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Before A Cardiac Arrest, Men & Women Have Different Symptoms, Study Finds

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Of the more than 356,000 cardiac arrests in the United States each year, 90% are fatal. Image fo illustration purposes
Of the more than 356,000 cardiac arrests in the United States each year, 90% are fatal. Image fo illustration purposes

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  • Of the more than 356,000 cardiac arrests in the United States each year, 90% are fatal. 
  • While there are some known signs of sudden cardiac arrest, it usually occurs without warning. 
  • Researchers from the Smidt Heart Institute at Cedars-Sinai Health System have found that half of people experiencing a sudden cardiac arrest also had a telling symptom 24 hours beforehand.
  • Scientists also discovered those warning symptoms are different between men and women. 

More than 356,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests occur in the United States each year. Of that number, about 90% cause a fatality. 

Follow the link below to read heh full story on Medical News Today:

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/cardia-arrest-symptoms-24-hours-before-men-vs-women

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