The first 30 seconds is absolutely vital.
attack also known as myocardial infarction is heart hypoxia resulting
in blood coagulation, hence unable to transport oxygen to the brain.
This in turn leads to brain damage. Prime time to rescue is only 30
seconds. Two months prior to heart attack, the symptoms are usually
occasional chest tightness, bad mood and tired. One or two days
prior, the patient will be completely exhausted. If this condition
exists, one must pay special attention. This could happen to anyone
regardless of his/her age. So people around you must be equipped the
following first aid knowledge.
Do not let the patient fall asleep.
Continuously say his/her name, to keep the patient awake.
Prepare a small bottle of incense oil
(agalloch eaglewood oil is the king of first aid). Put a few drops
of incense oil on the patient's tongue.
Use a finger apply pressure on the patient's
"ren zhong", the mid-point between the nose and the upper
lip, till he/she frowns. (see diagram)
Hold fist to repeatedly roll on the mid chest
region to stimulate movement of the heart muscle. (see diagram)
Put the left hand on the right fist, apply
pressure the help of the body weight to roll from right to left on
the chest. Instruct the patient to inhale when you apply pressure,
and exhale when you release.
Continue until the patient moves his/her
shoulders and his/her face turn to look normal.
If you don't have anyone around you when this
occurs, you can do these:
1. cough strongly;
2. hit your
chest hard with fists;
3. lie on the floor, roll chest left and