Definition of a Heart Attack
Heart Attack Symptoms
- Chest Pain
- Shortness of breath or heavy breath
- Cold Sweat
Cardiac Arrest Treatment
Complications of cardiac arrest
- Heart failure
- Cardiogenic shock
- Torn Heart
Cardiac Arrest Prevention
- Increase consumption of unsaturated fats and fibers
- Removes fat that accumulates in the abdomen and other body parts
- Treating Diabetes and hypertension
- Exercise regularly
- Avoiding alcoholic beverages
- Manage Stress Well
Heart Attack Symptoms
- Chest pain such as depressed or overt. These symptoms can spread to the neck, jaw, arm, or back area.
- Shortness of breath.
- Cold Sweat.
- Indigestion, such as nausea, vomiting, or abdominal pain.
- Feeling very anxious and anxious.
- Decreased consciousness.
Causes of a Heart Attack
Coronary heart disease
Abuse of NAPZA
Lack of oxygen in the blood (hypoxia)
- Elderly (males aged 45 years old or above or females 55 years old and above)
- Infrequent exercise
- Suffering from hypertension
- Suffer from high cholesterol or high triglycerides
- Experiencing diabetes
- Experiencing obesity
- Experiencing stress
- Have a family member who has experienced a heart attack
Diagnosis of Heart Attack
- Blood test
- Coronary angiography or cardiac catheterization
- Treadmill ECG
Heart attack treatment
- Antiplatelet drugs, such as aspirin and clopidogrel, to prevent blood clots, so that blood can still flow through blood vessels that undergo narrowing.
- Blood vessel smelbar drugs, such as nitroglycerin, to dilate blood vessels thereby increasing blood flow to the heart.
- Painkillers, such as morphine, to relieve sufferers ' pain.
- Blood clot crusher drugs, such as streptokinase, to help dissolve blood clots that prevent blood flow to the heart muscle.
- Anticoagulant drugs, such as enoxaparin, to prevent blood clotting occur again.
- Cholesterol medications, e.g. atorvastatin, to lower cholestroller levels.
- Hypertensive drugs type ACE inhibitors, e.g. ramipril, to dilate blood vessels and lower blood pressure, thereby reducing the heart burden.
- The drug is a type of hypertensive beta inhibitory, e.g. bisoprolol, to lower heart rate and reduce blood pressure, thereby easing the work of the heart.