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A heart attack occurs when the blood supply is severely reduced or interrupted.

Symptoms include tightness and pain in the center of the chest, pain radiating to the shoulders, neck, and arms, pallor, sweating, nausea, and shortness of breath.

What to do?

  1. Call an ambulance or go to the emergency room.
  2. Check vital parameters.
  3. Help the victim get into the least painful position (usually sitting with legs raised and knees bent).
  4. Check to see if the patient has any medicines prescribed by the doctor, and if the patient is conscious, help the patient to take them.

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