How To Tell The Difference Between A Heart Attack And Cardiac Arrest

SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST

Heart arrest is the condition in which the heart stops the supply of blood to all organs and stop beating eventually. In this case, the mode and time of human death rate are unexpected. The heart occurs some shortly or at the same time the symptoms appeared. When the electric system of heart goes down, it causes arrhythmias or heart start to have an irregular pattern of heartbeats. Ventricular fibrillation is the condition in which the arrhythmias cause sudden heart arrest. This state of heart is more dangerous than the heart attack because it left no time for human without treatment to survive and the death can occur within nearly 8 to 10 minutes.

Symptoms:

1. The heart merely has a heart beat.

2. Less supply of oxygen leading to suffocation.

3. You start turning into blue.

4. Eyes start rolling to back of head

5. Dizziness and unconsciousness.

What to do?

If you feel or saw someone having such kind of symptoms around, you need to act at the same time to restore the heart else you may lost that person. Use an automated external defibrillator, it helps to provide the electrical shock to the heart and it will start working again. Other option, is to perform CPR to the heart arrest person.

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