The First aid in the event of a heart attack


First aid in the event of a heart attack is very important because of the seriousness of the injury and the speed of occurrence, and mean heart attack all cases that end with the cessation of heart function in the position of relaxation or ventricular fibrillation, where the heart muscle is unable to push the blood in the vessels to produce measurable arterial pressure, and often occurs when blood clot prevents blood flow in the coronary artery, and thus partial damage to the heart muscle and in some cases may stop the heart muscle from work completely, Here are just a few minutes to save the patient from the damage of nerve cells of the brain which are very sensitive to hypoxia, so do not waste any minute and doing necessary first aid.

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How is first aid done in the event of a heart attack?

General principles of first aid in the event of a heart attack:

1- Heart muscle stroking to make it work or use an electric shock device

2- Artificial respiration to secure oxygen.

3- Use drugs to repair the disorder.

 - Most important in these three principles in first aid in the event of a heart attack is to do all at the same time.

- If a paramedic is alone, he should insure the artificial respiration and external stroking of the heart.

- Extend the injured on a hard surface and put the palm of the right hand on the end of the lower shear and left hand over the right hand and Pressing the end of the shear, sporadic pressure, at a rate of 60 per minute and for every 5 pressures in the massage process, blow one breath of air.

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How can a heart attack be reduced?

Nowadays, there is a great deal of awareness about the symptoms that accompany a person in the event of a heart attack, which include, shortness of breath, sweating, numbness and pain at the same time in the limbs, nausea and vomiting, the methods of treatment have improved considerably. In fact, daily life plays a major role in reducing the risk factors for heart attacks. All health factors must be combined with healthy food, physical activity, and non-exposure to stress in prevention of Heart attack, and generally stop smoking, maintain an ideal weight, exercise regularly, overcome psychological tensions, in addition to periodic checkups and use of preventive drugs as blood transfusions (For people who have had at least one heart attack, or for people who are most likely to be exposed to it). All of these measures can actually prevent a heart attack and, if exposed, learning how to do first aid in a heart attack.

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