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Why a broken heart surgery technique may save your life

An article by Mashable reader “Lenny,” a resident in Los Angeles, told us that a heart surgery he received in the summer of 2016 is the best thing that has ever happened to him.

“I went to get a blood test for my husband and we had the blood test done and they told me I was having a heart attack,” he said.

“I was so scared, I cried, I just told them I was in shock.”

Lenny was diagnosed with an acute myocardial infarction and underwent a pacemaker and heart surgery.

He was able to have a pacifier inserted into his left ventricle, which he said was the best part of his heart surgery as he was able now to have normal heart rhythms.

“My husband and I had to make a decision and we chose to have this procedure, which was a complete miracle,” Lenny told us.

“Because it’s the best heart surgery I’ve ever done, it was a completely different life.

We went to the doctor, they were very good and they gave us a lot of advice about how to make sure I got this surgery, which we did.””

I have no idea why it worked,” he added.

“There’s not a whole lot that I can say, other than the fact that I am very, very lucky.”

While most heart surgeries are performed in the operating room, Lenny said he is able to return to work after a week of recovery.

“After this surgery I had my best job ever,” he told us, adding that he was working at a retail store.

Lenny’s surgery was performed by Dr. David Shultz, the president of the American Heart Association.

“Heart surgery is not only the best way to save lives, but it is also the safest and most effective way to help patients recover,” Shultz said in a statement.

“This is why American Heart has endorsed heart surgery for patients over 60 years old.”

Lack of sleep is another factor in the success of heart surgery in the United States.

A 2016 study by the American College of Cardiology found that patients who sleep at least five hours a night have a 50 percent lower risk of death compared to those who sleep fewer than three hours a day.

Lenny is now back at work and has no plans to quit his job.