Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor was released from a hospital Saturday and was undergoing antibiotic treatment at home for leg and blood infections, her husband said.
Gabor, 93, was hospitalized Friday for a suspected blood clot that turned out to be an infection. She has been in and out of the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles since she fell and broke her hip in July, and was so sick in August that she asked to have the last rites read.
Her husband, Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, told Reuters that two nurses were overseeing her home care.
Gabor made appearances on radio and television shows in the 1950s and 1960s. She also appeared in movies such as "Moulin Rouge," "Lili" and "Touch of Evil."
She was celebrated for her bubbly personality and beauty and has had a string of wealthy husbands. Gabor had a penchant for calling everyone "dah-ling" in her thick Hungarian accent and with her sisters, Eva and Magda, was a fixture on Hollywood's social circuit.
On Friday, her spokesman, John Blanchette, said she complained of pain and swelling in her leg in the morning. A doctor was called to her home and determined she had a blood clot that could move to her heart.
"He was afraid she was in jeopardy of heart attack," Blanchette said.