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How To Stop A Heart Attack

Onlymyhealth Editorial Team, Date:2013-06-25

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Heart attack is a situation where there is a blockage in one of the arteries and the blood supply to the heart muscles suddenly stops or becomes very less. Heart attack can be prevented by reopening that artery and it can be done by taking aspirin immediately. Put the aspirin under your tongue and chew it. After that you should get your ECG done in 10 minutes after your arrival at the nearest hospital and it should be interpreted by an experienced cardiologist so that the best therapy can be suggested for you. Blood thinner or primary angioplasty means immediate angiography and angioplasty that helps in opening the blocked artery.Watch this video to know how to stop a heart attack.
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