MUNOZ DOING WELL AFTER HEART SURGERY
The doctor who transplanted a heart into United Airlines CEO Oscar Muñoz says the heart is functioning well and he is optimistic about a full recovery.
Muñoz, 57, who has been on medical leave since a heart attack in October, underwent a transplant Wednesday at the Northwestern University hospital in Chicago.
On Thursday, United Continental Holdings Inc. released a statement from Northwestern’s Dr. Duc Pham, who led the surgery team. Also, United disclosed that Muñoz had a device implanted to help after the heart attack but that a transplant was considered the better longterm treatment.
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