Management Of Abdominal Pain Accompanied By Pain Around The Heart?

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Good afternoon doctor, I want to ask, my friend was diagnosed with a heart attack, if his stomach had recurred. what medicine? and how to handle it what if it has recurred? thank you

1 Answer:

Hello Azeki, Thank you for the question.


Heart attack is a condition of disruption of blood flow to the heart, causing damage or death of the heart muscle. This disruption in blood flow can be caused by blood clots or accumulation of fat in the heart's blood vessels. Some of the factors that cause a higher risk of having a heart attack are having diabetes, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol levels, smoking habits, and being overweight / obese. Heart attack sufferers will experience a number of symptoms such as left chest pain that can be blown to the left arm, neck or jaw, shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting, cold sweat, and fainting.


To diagnose a heart attack the doctor will conduct a medical interview, physical examination, and supporting examinations such as ECG and blood tests. If it is proven to have a heart attack, the doctor will suggest treatment at the hospital to be treated immediately by a heart specialist, to receive further treatment in the form of drugs and other measures such as stenting or bypass surgery. After the patient's condition improves and is stable, the patient can continue with outpatient care. Usually the patient will also be given several medicines including drugs that can be used when chest pain recurs. Thus, if your friend has chest pain, suggest that the patient immediately stop the activity, rest, and immediately take the medicine given by the doctor. After that, advise patients to immediately go to the nearest hospital, especially if the complaint does not improve with the drug.


Hopefully this information is useful.

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