Heart Attack Signs And Symptoms  

Heart Attack Signs And Symptoms

Whenever you talk to people about heart attack signs and symptoms, they will invariably tell you that a person suffering from an attack will clutch his or her chest and collapse onto the floor. However, this is a misconception as all people do not display the same signs and symptoms. As a matter of fact, there are some who have no signs or symptoms of a heart attack whatsoever. More...

 

 

Nursing Care Plans For A Person Experiencing Chest Pain

Nursing Care Plans For A Person Experiencing Chest Pain

When a person shows symptoms of chest pain, it is invariably feared that the person is suffering from a heart attack. However, chest pain can be brought on due to number of reasons, including indigestion, lung infection, heartburn, lung cancer, fractured or injured ribs, or muscle strain. So, when you are taking care of a person with chest pain in a hospital, you need to know how to go about it. More...

 

 

Congestive Heart Failure Information

Congestive Heart Failure Information

CHF, or congestive heart failure, is a medical condition wherein the heart is unable to pump oxygen-rich blood to the various parts of the body due to a problem with the valves of the heart, weakening of the muscle of the heart, stiffening of the muscle of the heart or diseases that cause more demand for oxygen that even the heart cannot keep up with. More...

 

 

 

What Is A Heart Murmur ?

What Is A Heart Murmur ?

When a heart beats, a doctor will hear 2 sounds. The first sound is a lub sound that occurs when the mitral valve and the tricuspid valve close, and this sound occurs at the start of the systole. The second sound is dub sound that occurs when the aortic valve and the pulmonary valve close at the start of the diastole. The lub-dub sound should occur one after another without any other sound coming in between. However, in some kids and adults, between the lub-dub sound, there is another sound that is known a heart murmur. More...

 

 

 

    
 

Heart Attack :

Precautions After Heart Attack       If you have already had a heart attack, then you should educate yourself on the precautions after a heart attack. It has been seen that nearly ten percent of people end up suffering from another attack within a year of getting out of the hospital and the chances of getting a subsequent heart attack reduces by 3 percent every subsequent year thereafter. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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