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American Academy of CPR & First Aid, Inc.®

Welcome to First Aid Course

Heart Attack
FA   heart attack Treatment:
  • Call EMS or 911 and state that you suspect a heart attack.
  • Make the victim sit in a comfortable position
  • If the person is conscious, ask the person to chew a 325 mg aspirin tablet or two 81 mg baby aspirins (if no allergic reaction to aspirin or recent GI bleed)
  • If victim has medicine for angina (e.g. nitroglycerine), then help him or her take it.
  • Monitor and record vital signs – level of response, pulse and breathing
  • Be prepared to administer CPR


 
 
 
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Welcome to First Aid Course

Heart Attack
FA   heart attack Treatment:
  • Call EMS or 911 and state that you suspect a heart attack.
  • Make the victim sit in a comfortable position
  • If the person is conscious, ask the person to chew a 325 mg aspirin tablet or two 81 mg baby aspirins (if no allergic reaction to aspirin or recent GI bleed)
  • If victim has medicine for angina (e.g. nitroglycerine), then help him or her take it.
  • Monitor and record vital signs – level of response, pulse and breathing
  • Be prepared to administer CPR
 
 
 
Start    
End
 
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