It is likely that a person is having a cardiac arrest if they:
1. Collapse suddenly and lose consciousness (pass out)
2. Are not breathing or their breathing is ineffective
3. They are gasping for air
4. Do not respond to shouting or shaking
5. Do not have a pulse
If you think someone is having a cardiac arrest, call 9-1-1 and then start CPR right away. You do not need to try to find a pulse.
|Journal Topics||Diseases Symptoms|
|Journal Types||Health Coaches, Information, Videos Included|
|Medical Diseases||Health & Living, Heart|
|Medical Professionals||General Medicine Professionals (GMP)|
Around 74% of all deaths in the United States occur as a result of 10 causes. Over the past 5 years, the main causes of death in the U.S. have remained fairly consistent.
Heart conditions include diseased vessels, structural problems, and blood clots.
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