Is there what in myocardial infarction?
1. Typical manifestation is chest pain. Most people show severe and persistent chest pain, dyspnea, no relief from changing posture, often feeling agitated, scared, and even feeling that they are going to lose.
2. Atypical manifestations can include: chest tightness, feeling a stone pressed on the chest, and always trying to get out of breath; Stomach discomfort, this kind of discomfort feeling continues to worsen and the scope expands, sometimes there will be vomiting performance; Feel tired, dizzy and cold sweat; Atypical pain, such as toothache, back pain, arm numbness, etc.
3. The symptoms of acute myocardial infarction usually last for more than 30 minutes, and nitroglycerin cannot be completely improved. The above symptoms exceeding 15 minutes need to be paid great attention to.
Myocardial infarction, how to do?
Acute myocardial infarction is a critical emergency that the patient cannot handle and has a high mortality rate. It is necessary to see a doctor as soon as possible. It is better to make a mistake than to miss it. Don’t trust any folk prescription that leads to delay in seeing a doctor.
Step 1 Call for help in time
If the above symptoms occur, ask your family and the people around you for help immediately, or call 120 emergency calls directly.
2. Control your emotions and reduce your activities
Emotional excitement and activities will increase oxygen consumption in the heart and aggravate the disease. At this time, you should control your nervousness, take deep breaths slowly, stay in bed as much as possible, and pay attention to avoid accidental injuries caused by falls.
3. Choose drugs carefully
After making it clear that the blood pressure is not low, use nitroglycerin again. If you do not have the conditions to measure your blood pressure and feel weak pulse, accompanied by dizziness and sweat, do not blindly take nitroglycerin. Do not take aspirin without authorization.
Step 4 Inhale oxygen
If you have dyspnea, inhale oxygen as soon as possible to relieve the symptoms.
If the patient’s respiratory and cardiac arrest occurs, the surrounding personnel should call 120 as soon as possible and carry out cardiopulmonary resuscitation immediately until the emergency personnel arrive.
How to prevent myocardial infarction?
Quit smoking and drink less.
Actively control blood pressure, blood sugar, blood lipid, etc., especially for men over 55 years old and women over 65 years old; Actively treat coronary heart disease.
For patients with angina pectoris, nitroglycerin is always available at home, as well as sphygmomanometers and oxygen inhalation equipment.
Healthy diet, moderate exercise, smooth mood.
High-risk groups can put relevant medical records, examination reports, medical insurance cards, etc. together, which can be easily and quickly accessed in case of illness.