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A heart attack occurs when blood flow to a part of the heart is blocked, usually by a blood clot lodged in one of the coronary arteries.
Christus' New Braunfels hospital accredited for treating chest pain
Christus Santa Rosa Hospital-New Braunfels has been accredited by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care for treating chest pain.
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Do women's heart attack symptoms differ from men's?
While crushing chest pressure could be a red flag symptom of a heart attack, women often do not have this pressure and instead may feel shortness of breath, pressure or pain in their upper abdomen, dizziness, or fainting, according to the American Heart Association's website .
Association of Hypoglycemia and Cardiac Ischemia
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Heart-Attack Chest Pain Similar in Men and Women
The signs of a heart attack in women might be different from those in men, but this may not be the case when it comes to chest pain, new research reveals.
Women's Chest Pain Unreliable Indicator of Heart Attack: Study
Chest pain is not a symptom that doctors can use to accurately diagnose a woman suffering a major heart attack, according to new research.
Findings not supportive of women-specific chest pain symptoms in heart attack diagnosis
Using chest pain characteristics specific to women in the early diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction in the emergency department does not seem to be supported by the findings of a study published by JAMA Internal Medicine , a JAMA Network publication.
Findings Not Supportive of Women-Specific Chest Pain Symptoms in Heart Attack Diagnosis
Newswise - Using chest pain characteristics specific to women in the early diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction in the emergency department does not seem to be supported by the findings of a study published by JAMA Internal Medicine , a JAMA Network publication.