Studies show that people who recover from a corona infection are more likely to develop heart disease. We hear that many patients who have recovered from corona have chest pain. Let’s see how to deal with a heart attack in this environment!
If a person has a heart attack it is important to get to the hospital as soon as possible.
A person may have chest pain, chest tightness, or a tingling sensation in the center of the chest
Pain or discomfort in the shoulder, arm, back, neck, jaw, teeth or upper abdomen
Nausea, digestive problems, heartburn, abdominal pain
Shortness of breath,
Headache, dizziness, lightheadedness
If he has symptoms of sweating, he may feel that he has had a heart attack.
Need to go to the hospital fast. Ask someone nearby to take you to the hospital. Chew an aspirin pill before going to the hospital. This will prevent the blood from clotting. Helps reduce the risk of heart attack.
If the patient is unconscious and not breathing, first aid called CPR should be done. That is, first aid can be done by pressing the hand on the chest area, holding the nose and blowing air into the mouth. Only those who know how to do this first aid should do it. Do not try at all. It can have a different impact.
If the patient is alert he should be kept quiet or seated until the vehicle arrives. Make sure the ventilation is good. Ask them to take an aspirin pill.
Note: CPR is not the most difficult first aid training to learn. The training is provided by the Red Cross and some emergency hospitals. Those who want to get first aid training should contact them and get training. It can save many lives!