National Emergency Medicine Assoc. (NEMA)

 






  

a special program of the National Emergency Medicine Association (NEMA)

VISIT OUR "HEART OF THE MATTER" RADIO PROGRAM SIGHT FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HEART RELATED ISSUES

 Find out how to get YOUR own "Heart Attack First Aid Kit"

 Also check out our newest brochure "Your 5-Minute Guide to Heart Attack - Prevention and Survival".

EARLY WARNING SIGNS OF HEART ATTACK

Pressure, squeezing or pain in the chest for more than two minutes.
Pain may come on slowly and build up. It is often "diffused" or spread out.
Pain or strange sensation in the jaw or arms.
Severe pain, dizziness, fainting, sweating, nausea or shortness of breath.

Remember, denying the danger of these symptoms can be a killer. Get medical help immediately.

 

 

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Last modified: December 31, 2021