Chest pain: call fast relief!

Myocardial infarction remains the leading cause of death. Treating it is a race against the clock, and deaths still occur because it was late to call relief, especially in the early morning.

Myocardial infarction is a clot that forms in one of the arteries that supply the heart. What causes a lack of oxygen to the cells of the heart and the signs well-known: chest pain radiating in the left arm. Eventually, this leads to final damage to part of the heart muscle, the heart muscle wall. If the lesion is too large, the heart will no longer provide its role of pump. In addition, assaulted downtown can get carried away, and death occur by rhythm disorder.

Chest pain

The treatment of myocardial infarction: clogged artery
Treat statement a little plumbing: it must lead the artery. To do this, there are two ways:
Fibrinolysis, which is injected products that will “dissolve” clot. It can be effective in the first hours. It can now be carried out by the UAS to the bed of the patient; Continue reading “Chest pain: call fast relief!”