Increasing cases of heart attacks are being reported all over the world. In the last few days, a large number of incidents of death due to heart attack have been reported in India, cases of heart attack are also being reported in young people. Recently, a case has come to light from Ghaziabad, UP, where a young man suddenly fell and died while running on a treadmill. It is said that the young man’s heart failed while exercising in the gym in Saraswati Vihar, Khoda and later the doctors declared him dead.
The name of the deceased is Siddharth. He was the only child of his parents and was a first year student in a college in Noida. Siddharth lived with his father in Saraswati Vihar and his mother was posted as a government teacher there.
Siddharth had talked to his mother about 20 minutes before the heart attack and then started going back to the gym. But Siddharth died after just 20 minutes. The entire video of this incident has been captured in CCTV. It is clearly visible in the video that Siddharth falls on the treadmill, then some youth present at the spot go to him. Then they are seen trying to lift it. However, despite all efforts, Siddharth could not be saved.
How to recognize symptoms of heart attack? How To Recognize The Symptoms Of Heart Attack
- chest pain and discomfort
- In some cases, some symptoms start appearing beforehand, like indigestion or nausea, extreme fatigue, shortness of breath, feeling unwell etc.
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How to save a patient’s life in case of a heart attack?
If someone has a heart attack in front of you, then without panic, first of all bring the patient to a comfortable position, for this you should make the patient lie down.
Now give the patient an aspirin tablet to suck, this prevents blood clots. Taking aspirin can help break up blood clots that form inside your arteries, which can block blood flow in an artery during a heart attack. Doctors also recommend chewing this medicine instead of swallowing it, so that it can enter your system faster.
Breathe into the patient’s mouth so that blockage in the respiratory tract can be reduced.
If the patient is not breathing or you cannot find a pulse, begin CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) to maintain blood circulation. Make sure you call for emergency medical help first and then start CPR.
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