A heart attack is also known as a myocardial infarction. A heart attack is when a part of the heart muscle is damaged or dies because it is not receiving oxygen. A heart attack is the death of heart muscle and it is caused by a sudden block of a coronary artery by a blood clot. Coronary arteries are blood vessels that supply the heart muscle with blood and oxygen. Causing injury to the heart muscle can cause chest main and pressure. If blood flow is not restored within 20 to 40 minutes permanent damage and death to the heart muscle will begin to occur. The heart muscle will continue to die for another 6-8 hours at this time the heart attack is complete. The death of heart muscle is replaced by scar tissue. Your over all lifestyle, what you eat, your exercise, and stress plays a role in your recovery from a heart attack. One million Americans suffer a heart attack each year. Four hundred thousand of those one million die each year. Coronary heart disease is America’s number one killer. Before going back to work, several weeks may be needed for the heart muscle to heal. There are three types of a heart attack a small, moderate, and large. After having a small heart attack, with little damage to the heart muscle, a patient usually can resume work after about two weeks. A moderate heart attack has moderate damage to the heart muscle and you gradually increase activity for up to four weeks. A large heart attack has lots of damage to the heart muscle and it may result in a recovery period of six week or longer. This is necessary in order for the dead heart muscle to substantially complete the scarring process. During this healing period the patient should avoid heavy lifting or lifting things over 20 pounds. A heart attack can occur at any time though most heart attacks occur between 4:00A.M. and 10:00 A.M. because of the higher blood levels during the morning hours. The sooner you get treatment the greater the chance that the doctors can prevent further damage to
General Purpose : To inform
Specific Purpose : To inform my audience about the three main god,their weapon and the creatures.
Central Idea : Heart attacks is the most fearful killer of million peoples around theworld.
Main point :-
Main point I : The prevention and control of the heart attack involves.
Main Point II : People who at risk of the heart attacks.
Main Point III : Symptoms of the heart attacks.
• If you think that in young age you….
Running head: Heart Attack
Heart attack: sudden illness
First Aid and CPR (HNES 210)
December 6, 2008
North Dakota State University
A heart attack occurs when the blood supply to part of the heart muscle itself — the myocardium….
infarction based on pathology:
Transmural: associated with atherosclerosis involving a major coronary artery. It can be subclassified into anterior, posterior, inferior, lateral or septal. Transmural infarcts extend through the whole thickness of the heart muscle and are usually a result of complete occlusion of the area's blood supply. In addition, on ECG, ST elevation and Q waves are seen.
Subendocardial: involving a small area in the subendocardial wall of the left ventricle, ventricular septum….
1 PLEASE READ BEFORE Organizing the Preparation Outline & Using this Template
I. Always start organizing your speech with Main Points – Don’t Start with the Introduction or at the beginning of the speech – START WITH THE BODY of the speech and the Main Points!!
A. Look at the research and try to find a way to organize your main points (MPs) - (chronological, spatial, topical, problem-solution, cause-effect).
B. You should have at least two and no more than five main points.
C. Try to keep….
As many people might not now cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of Women in America. Heart attacks are the leading cause of many deaths. However, what is cardiovascular disease and what is a heart attack? A cardiovascular disease is defined as a disease of the heart or blood vessels. A heart attack is defined as a sudden and sometimes fatal occurrence of coronary thrombosis, typically resulting in the death of part of heart muscle.
Heart attacks and heart disease….
Carbohydrates & Glycobiology
Dr. Jeelan Moghraby
Lecture 13 & 14
Describe the structure of carbohydrates
Classify the types of carbohydrates
Recognise different types of glycoconjugates and
Dr. Jeelan Moghraby
Most abundant organic molecule in nature
Empirical formula (CH2O)n
Originally produced from CO2 and H2O during….
Each Year 1.1 Million people in the United States have heart attacks and almost half of them die. It may be surprising that while many women believe breast cancer is most threatening to them, it is a fact that they are eight times more likely to die of a heart attack. Coronary Artery Disease which often leads to a heart attack is by far the leading cause of death of both men and women.
WHAT IS A HEART ATTACK?
Other Names for a heart attack include the name Myocardial Infarction….
Heal Heart Attack Damage
There is obviously immediate danger in a heart attack and it is important that it is attended to on an emergency basis. However, what most people do not know is that the part of the heart that is deprived of blood supply may have suffered irreversible damage. Scar tissue is formed.
The Stanford University Study on Reversing Heart Attack Damage
It has been known for some time that after a heart attack, some heart tissue may be essentially dead, which makes the heart less effective….
A Divine Heart Attack -Zaynab Hararah
As a native San Franciscan, my mission growing up was to find the perfect burger. After sixteen years and three months, mission accomplished. I call it; well actually the founder and owner named it -- Burger Meister. Burger Meister serves as my occasional comfort food. Burger Meister is featured at the newly remodeled Westlake Shopping Center in Daly City, which is about five minutes from San Francisco State University. After this location….
Journal 1: Nerves
The first article I read about was called, ‘I Wasn’t Nervous Beforehand, but When I Got Up There I Thought I Was Having a Heart Attack.’ The main assumption behind the theory in this section is that it is better to over-prepare for a public speaking event than to under prepare for it. To know how you react to that pressure is the key to success, because then you are able to combat your reaction to the stressful situation. If one were to ignore this theory, then they might be very….