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What are Cerebral Embolic Protection Devices?


Cerebral Embolic Protection Devices are used during percutaneous cardiac procedures. These devices are designed by Keystone Heart to capture and remove debris that may be dislodged during procedures. For more information, drop mail @ info@keystoneheart.com – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: What are Cerebral Embolic Protection Devices?

How To Deal With A Heart Attack When Alone
  • A heart attack is a common problem these days! It
    can even lead you to death. However, its curable
    too via heart surgeries and other advanced
    treatments. To make heart surgery successful,
    doctors use embolic cerebral protection
    devices during cardiac procedures. 
  • A heart attack happens suddenly. If you suffer a
    heart attack while in the company of people, they
    will help you! But, how will you deal with a
    heart attack if you are alone? Will you survive
    it? Firstly you should know the symptoms of a
    heart attack

Symptoms of a heart attack include
  • Severe chest pain (like heaviness, squeezing,
    pressing) at the center or left side of the
    chest. This usually lasts for a minimum of 20
  • Pain that flows to the left upper arm, neck, or
  • Excessive sweating and a bad feeling.
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Nausea or Vomiting
  • Pain in the abdomen

What To Do!
If you notice the above symptoms then the first
thing is a call for emergency medical help. In
the meanwhile, you can take aspirin too. It is
the popular blood-thinning medication, which will
improve your chances of survival during a heart
What Not To Do!
  • Do not cough repeatedly 

Certainly, this will not going to prevent heart
attack but can help you to deal with that and
increase the chances of your survival. 
What Not To Do!
  • Do not apply pressure on the chest

Applying pressure on the chest will not going to
help unless it is the cardiac arrest which means
the persons heart has stopped beating. If this
happens, the CPR is the solution that should be
performed by a trained person.
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