Don’t do strenuous exercise after staying up late, be careful to induce myocardial infarction
Reporter Chen Hui of jinyang.com correspondent you Hualing he Ting
Recently, a 22-year-old patient with cardiac arrest was admitted to the emergency department of the Third Affiliated Hospital of Southern Medical University. Because his favorite team lost, he went to the park to run to vent his anger, and then he felt severe chest pain and tightness Fortunately, the rescue was timely and a life was recovered.
Rescue in time, pick up a life
Zhou Tao, director of Cardiology Department of the Third Affiliated Hospital of Southern Medical University, recalled that the young patient was a football fan. During the game, after working in the daytime for several consecutive days, he stayed up all night to watch the game. Because his favorite team lost, he was angry and went to the Park to run to vent his emotions. Then he felt severe chest pain, chest tightness, nausea, sweating and collapse, so he died They went to the emergency department of the Third Hospital of Southern medicine.
Results as soon as he arrived at the emergency room, he fainted on the ground. After the examination, the patient’s heart and breath stopped suddenly. After the emergency doctors rescued him with cardiopulmonary resuscitation and electric defibrillation, the patient recovered.
After interventional surgery and cardiac rehabilitation treatment, the patient’s condition has been alleviated and can get out of bed.
Young people still suffer from myocardial infarction due to bad living habits
Zhou Tao, director of cardiovascular internal medicine, inquired about the patient and his family members and learned that the patient did not have hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia and other risk factors for coronary heart disease, but had a large number of smoking, often staying up late, lack of exercise, irregular diet and other adverse cardiovascular and health risk factors. These risk factors are becoming “invisible killers” in young people.
Zhou Tao introduced that many people think that they are young, have a good health foundation, and acute myocardial infarction will not happen to them. This is actually a misunderstanding. In clinical practice, there are many cases of myocardial infarction in young people, which is mainly related to the neglect of such diseases and their bad diet and living habits. I hope more and more young people pay attention to cardiovascular disease Under the guidance of doctors, we should timely adjust our lifestyle and eating habits, so as to achieve early prevention, early detection and early intervention.
It’s better to call 120
when you go to the hospital by yourself
Zhou Tao said that this young myocardial infarction patient’s practice is actually wrong, but he is lucky. He has arrived at the hospital before cardiac arrest. If he falls outside the hospital, he may miss the rescue opportunity, and the consequences are unimaginable.
If there are symptoms similar to myocardial infarction, such as continuous chest tightness, severe chest pain, nausea and vomiting, we must call 120 in time, and lie flat before the rescue. If the patient’s heart suddenly stops beating, the family must not pick it up, shake and call, but should immediately use chest compressions and other emergency measures until the doctor arrives.