Heart Attack and Prevention and Treatment

Signs of Heart Attack and Prevention & Treatment

Although we have heard the word heart attack, many people do not know what the symptoms are or how to treat it. So in today’s article, we will know very briefly about the symptoms and treatment of heart attack.

Sometimes there are some symptoms before a heart attack occurs. For example, walking causes pain in the chest, and when the person stops, the pain decreases. In that case, if the doctor observes and examines the patient well, he can understand that the patient has a blockage in the blood vessels. Suddenly, when a blood vessel becomes completely blocked, the process of a heart attack begins.

The pain of a heart attack usually stays in the chest and is in the middle of the chest. Many times the pain is not actually like a pain such as it can be a kind of pressure, it can be heavy, and it can be like choking. That time the patient also sweats. The patient will sweat even if he is in a cold room. Along with this, nausea and dizziness may also occur.

Especially those with pressure, diabetes, those who smoke, and those with high cholesterol are more prone to heart block. People who have these 4 risk factors and if they ever report this type of pain, it is more likely that it is due to a heart attack.

Treatment:

The treatment is to go to a heart center as soon as the symptoms of a heart attack appear. A doctor at the heart center performs an ECG and realizes that the process of a heart attack has begun.

In the current modern medical system, the method used to treat Acute myocardial infarction is that the doctor examines and finds out which blood vessel is completely blocked. Then if the doctor puts a ring in that place after doing an angiogram, this is called percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty(PTCA). Then it becomes a matter of life-saving for the patient.

Here are the symptoms and treatment of heart attack in brief. So if you see such symptoms in someone, then go to the nearest medical center without delay.

 

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