Knowing the Early signs and Symptoms of a Heart Attack General Purpose:
To inform the class on the signs and symptoms of someone having a heart attack. Thesis Statement:
To successfully educate a prospective person to know the signs and symptoms of someone that is having a heart attack.
I. [attention-getter] What is the number one killer among men and women in the United States? A. I’m sure that the majority of the class is thinking of different possibilities that could be the number one killer in the United States B. Unfortunately there is only one major killer that takes about 1.1 million away from the loved ones.
II. [topic intro and justification] Knowing the signs and symptoms is the first step that someone is in need of some medical assistance. A. There are several different signs to watch out for, when someone is seriously need of medical attention. B. The first impression can lead to the fatal impact, in which can result in the specific person‘s life on the line.
III. [credibility Statement] My name is Michael Croy. I am here tonight to make each and every one of you aware of the signs and symptoms of someone having a heart attack. I lost my mother at the age of 47 due to a Myocardial Infraction, also known as a Heart attack. A. I have taken the next step to educate myself on the different signs and symptoms to make myself aware of someone suffering from a heart attack. B. Many people are unaware of the different symptoms of someone suffering from a heart attack. Today will be a new day folks. I will explain the statics, the signs and symptoms, and to also make sure you aware of the few simple things that can be prevented with having a heart attack.
IV. [preview/thesis statement] Today is going to be a new day folks. I am going to explain the different risk factors, the signs, and the symptoms of someone suffering from a heart attack. A. First, a person needs to have some basic knowledge of the signs and symptoms of a heart attack. B. Second, a person needs to make sure they know how to perform CPR if needed at the time of the situation. C. Finally, the person needs to put them self in the persons that is having the heart attack, and think to them self, am I ready to go.
Transition: You’re finally ready to get further into the subject of heart attacks. Now what? The first step would be gather the information and make sure you’re aware of the subject, and how you can save someone’s life. Body
I. What is a heart attack? A heart attack is when blood vessels that supply blood to the heart are blocked, preventing enough oxygen from getting to the heart. The heart muscle dies or becomes permanently damaged. (Pub Med Health, 2010) A. Heart attack statistics reveals that the total of number of deaths attributed to heart attacks in the United States is much more than the total of deaths attributed to ailments such as cancer.(Naik, 2010) 1. In the United States, 785,000 individuals suffer their first heart attack and 470,000 individuals suffer from their second heart attack every year. (Naik, 2010) a. Approximately 1.5 million Americans suffer from a Heart Attack in the United States every year, from which as many as 500,000 die. Out of these 500,000 deaths recorded in the United States every year, 250,000 deaths occur on the way to the hospital. (Naik, 2010) b. In case of heart attack, 50 percent deaths occur within an hour of the heart attack before they could get proper medical help.(Naik, 2010) c. Sudden death from a heart attack is more common in women than it is in men. According to the National Registry of Myocardial Infarction, women under the age of 50 are twice as likely to succumb to a heart attack as oppose to their male counterparts. (Naik, 2010) 2. There are many different sources to obtain this information. a. The web would have the most updated information to seek to know the...
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