Keywords: coronary heart disease treatment
(1) angina: should immediately stop physical activity ‘resting place’ cold ’emotional incentive to try to eliminate; immediately sublingual nitroglycerin or isosorbide dinitrate an’ if not alleviate ‘every 5-10 minutes and then with the time ‘three consecutive times containing invalid’ chest pain lasting more than 15 minutes and should be immediately sent to hospital with myocardial infarction may ‘first aid place; 3 mg of oral diazepam’ conditional should oxygen for 10-30 minutes. Patients with coronary artery disease should carry nitroglycerin and other drugs ‘chest pain immediately sublingual’ Note Do not use the failure of the drug. Stable angina will ease the ‘rest and nitroglycerin angina Unstable angina is a serious and potentially dangerous disease’ should be immediately sent to hospital for treatment and close observation.
(2) myocardial infarction: acute myocardial infarction mortality high ‘more than half of patients in the hospital before death’ Most of the deaths occurred in 1 hour after the onset of ‘general shivering from ventricular fibrillation caused. So local aid measures and conveyed to hospital quickly is essential. Event in high-risk patients (hypertension ‘diabetes’ a history of angina hair Author): chest discomfort’ extreme fatigue ‘breathing difficulties’ especially accompanied by sweat’ dizziness’ palpitations’ sense of impending doom ‘highly suspected myocardial infarction ‘should be immediately sent to the nearest’ conditional the electrocardiogram ‘ECG’ the DC defibrillator ‘intravenous thrombolysis medical institutions. Keep calm and at the same time ‘not to cause panic and fear of patients’ and containing of nitroglycerin ‘or JiuXinWan’ Guanxinshu co-balls ‘conditional intramuscular injection of papaverine’ or pethidine ‘and stability’ and maintain ventilation and suction The oxygen ‘taboos’ Now oral administration of 300 mg aspirin. Such as the occurrence of ventricular tachycardia ‘VF vicious the arrhythmia immediately to DC defibrillation. In the event of cardiac arrest ‘should immediately artificial respiration and external cardiac massage cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
(3) acute heart failure and cardiogenic shock: acute myocardial infarction and ischemic cardiomyopathy may occur with acute heart failure ‘due to the large area of myocardial necrosis. Acute left ventricular failure’ patients with severe breathing problems’ associated with irritability ‘sense of suffocation’ looking schungite ‘lips cyanosis’ sweating’ cough ‘slightly white or pink frothy sputum’ This situation must be immediately sent to hospital.