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NHLBI Educational Materials Catalog: Act In Time To Heart Attack Signs - Video

Act In Time To Heart Attack Signs - Video

The dramatic, moving stories of three heart attack survivors and their families illustrate the importance of heeding heart attack warning signs and seeking medical care quickly. They vividly convey how a real heart attack may differ from the stereotypical "movie heart attack" and how getting immediate treatment can save lives. The warm and sympathetic narration by an emergency department physician explains what a heart attack is, the treatments that can save lives if given quickly, why many heart attack victims delay hours and even days in seeking care, and how to make a heart attack survival plan. Useful for health fairs, medical waiting rooms, community groups, and home viewing.

Also available in Spanish.

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Item No.: 56-042N
Availability: Video | Item (Information about file types)
Format: Video/CD ROM : Color

Subject: Heart Attack-Act in Time to Heart Attack Signs
Audience: Health Professionals and General Public
Language: English
Size: VHS
Date of Publication: 2001




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