Heart attack warning.. Call an ambulance as soon as you notice these symptoms

Because every minute has a price in saving the patient

German cardiologist Herbert Schönkert said: The symptoms of a heart attack are: (severe chest pain, shortness of breath, nausea, and cold sweats).

According to the German news agency “dpa”, Professor “Schunkert” stressed the need to call an ambulance as soon as these symptoms are noticed; Because every minute counts in saving the patient from death or the long-term dire consequences of a heart attack, such as heart failure.

Schonkert pointed out that the risk factors that may lead to a heart attack are: genetic factors, masculinity, advanced age, obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and an unhealthy lifestyle, which is represented by a diet rich in fats and calories and lack of movement. and smoking.

Heart attack warning.. Call an ambulance as soon as you notice these symptoms


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German cardiologist Herbert Schönkert said: The symptoms of a heart attack are: (severe chest pain, shortness of breath, nausea, and cold sweats).

According to the German news agency “dpa”, Professor “Schunkert” stressed the need to call an ambulance as soon as these symptoms are noticed; Because every minute counts in saving the patient from death or the long-term dire consequences of a heart attack, such as heart failure.

Schonkert pointed out that the risk factors that may lead to a heart attack are: genetic factors, masculinity, advanced age, obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and an unhealthy lifestyle, which is represented by a diet rich in fats and calories and lack of movement. and smoking.

October 28, 2021 – Rabi` al-Awwal 22, 1443

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Because every minute has a price in saving the patient

German cardiologist Herbert Schönkert said: The symptoms of a heart attack are: (severe chest pain, shortness of breath, nausea, and cold sweats).

According to the German news agency “dpa”, Professor “Schunkert” stressed the need to call an ambulance as soon as these symptoms are noticed; Because every minute counts in saving the patient from death or the long-term dire consequences of a heart attack, such as heart failure.

Schonkert pointed out that the risk factors that may lead to a heart attack are: genetic factors, masculinity, advanced age, obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and an unhealthy lifestyle, which is represented by a diet rich in fats and calories and lack of movement. and smoking.

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