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November 23, 2017  
EDUCATION CENTER: Symptoms

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  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest

    Symptoms
    Cardiac arrest is often confused with a heart attack or myocardial infarction, which is a loss of blood to the heart tissue. Cardiac arrest usually occurs without warning. Warning signs of an impending cardiac arrest due to heart disease are:


    • Squeezing discomfort or pain in the chest, or behind the breastbone, lasting more than 10 minutes
    • Pain spreading up to the neck, out to the shoulders or arms
    • Sweating
    • Shortness of breath
    • The person may feel sick in the stomach

    If someone experiences these warning signs, seek medical assistance urgently and get an ambulance. If a cardiac arrest does occur, the person will need CPR from a bystander until the ambulance arrives with a defibrillators.

    Last updated: 23-Feb-07

       
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