Acute Heart Attack

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Acute Heart Attack

Acute Heart Attack

Having a heart attack may not always be intense, as their signs can be subtle and different from what most people typically imagine. However, regular check-ups can reduce or eliminate the risk of getting a heart attack, whereas early medical care can help mitigate the devastating impact, restore blood flow, prevent the heart from further damage and survive a heart attack.   

A heart attack, technically known as acute myocardial infarction, is a life-threatening condition that arises when blood flow to the heart muscle is abruptly obstructed due to the blockage in one or more of the coronary arteries. A blockage occurs due to a buildup of plaque over a period of time, resulting in severe damage to the heart tissue. The plaque is usually composed of fat, cholesterol, and cellular waste products.

The heart attack may manifest with sudden severe chest pain traveling to the left hand, jaw, or to the back, accompanied by sweating and weaknes....
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