Hong Kong businessman Yeung Yuk-kong, 58, was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation five years ago. His heart rate was only 30 beats per minute at one point. Merely one month after minimally invasive heart surgery at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital, he was able to pick up jogging again. He now runs 10km every day. Photo: Ali Ghorbani

How minimally invasive heart surgery helped keen marathon runner with life-threatening condition to get his ‘rhythm’ back

Yeung Yuk-kong’s abnormal heartbeat meant he ‘could have died at any time’, but feels like ‘new man’ thanks to Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Stubbs Road

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Hong Kong businessman Yeung Yuk-kong, 58, was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation five years ago. His heart rate was only 30 beats per minute at one point. Merely one month after minimally invasive heart surgery at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital, he was able to pick up jogging again. He now runs 10km every day. Photo: Ali Ghorbani
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