Heart Attack First Aid: What should be done in case of heart attack? Know the immediate treatment to save the life of heart patient

These days the cases of heart attack are increasing rapidly. Increasing the risk of heart attack in people at a young age is becoming a serious problem. In the last few years, people below the age of 40 have died due to heart attack. In most of the cases, people active in gym and fitness have got heart attack. Experts emphasize the need to take special vigilance from prevention to heart attack problem. It is not that a person dies immediately after having a heart attack. Due to not getting treatment at the right time, the patient reaches a fatal condition. Therefore, along with knowing the measures to prevent heart attack, one should know about the treatment to be done immediately in case of heart attack, so that the patient can be saved in time.

A sample of this was seen in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, when a person suddenly got a heart attack while walking on the road. Due to heart attack, the person fell on the road, only then a woman sub-inspector immediately reached the spot and saved the person’s life. The lady sub-inspector immediately gave CPR to the patient. He was later admitted to the hospital, where he received proper treatment. At the same time, there is a case of Mexico, where a man named Andres Moreno, who was very overweight. His wife left Andres because he was overweight. Due to increased weight and mental stress, Andres Moreno suffered a heart attack and died.

CPR is an effective way to save a patient’s life after a heart attack. In many cases, it has been found that giving CPR after a heart attack can save the patient’s life. Let’s know how the sub-inspector of Gwalior saved the patient’s life after a heart attack through the speaker? How can CPR be given and how effective is it?

What is CPR?

CPR stands for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. This is a life-saving technique, which is useful in emergencies like heart attack. CPR is given when a patient has a heart attack or is not breathing after drowning in water. Blood and oxygen can be circulated in the patient’s body through CPR.

How to give CPR?

Cardiologists say that giving CPR with the right technique can save a patient’s life. This is an essential measure of treatment at the initial stage after a heart attack. This can reduce the risk of death due to heart attack to some extent.

Experts point out that there is a special technique to give CPR. In a heart attack, chest compressions are done at a rate of 100-120/min. To do this process, join both the hands in such a way that the lower part of the palm comes on the chest. Then press by placing the palm on the lower half of the center of the chest. Compress the chest by 5 cm. Take care not to apply pressure too quickly.

What happens after giving CPR?

Cardiologists tell that through the process of CPR, artificial method helps the heart to pump blood and oxygenated blood starts reaching the body parts. Actually, heart attack affects the functioning of the heart. The circulation of blood and oxygen gets interrupted. Through CPR technique, an attempt is made to maintain the flow of blood throughout the body by pressing the chest.

What to do immediately after CPR?

If CPR is given after an emergency like a heart attack, it is very important to contact a specialist immediately. CPR is not a cure for heart attack, but an emergency measure to artificially maintain blood circulation in the body.

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