An individual visits a doctor and the doctor tells them their ECG reveals a defective mitral valve and a heart murmur. What could the patient have misunderstood from the doctor when he explained the ...
I know this is a stimulant but what can I do to stop my heart from hurting after drinking coffee. I just drank it since I need to study for my history final tomorrow but my heart keeps hurting, which ...
I agree with Dr. Deth's answer. There are many causes of sudden death, now known as SDS, sudden death Syndromes.
might be neither one - an autopsy would tell you.
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By reading the coroner's report.
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there are two kinds of heart attack, I suspect you are talking about cardiac arrest where the pacemaker stops. If it was a blood clot in the heart, there would probably be warning signs and the person would have time to tell you about chest pains and such. There are also two kinds of stroke. You are probably talking about hemorrhagic stroke because blood clots are more survivable and less sudden. Between the 2 sudden death types of pacemaker and hemorrhagic, it is difficult to tell which one it is. Autopsy or examine the CSP for blood. If CSP has blood then it's hemorrhagic stroke. If not then most likely it's pacemaker death. If the death certicate says "natural causes" then they don't know or there was no autopsy.