shock, such as passing out or feeling very dizzy, weak, or less alert.
If you witness a person become unconscious, call
911 or other emergency services and start
cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The emergency operator can coach you on
how to do CPR. For more information about CPR, see the Rescue Breathing
and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation section of the topic
Dealing With Emergencies.
If you've been diagnosed with heart disease, you and your doctor have probably discussed heart disease medicines you need to maintain your heart health.
Your doctor has hundreds of different heart disease medicines to choose from. These medicines work in a variety of ways to help your heart work better. What are the different types of heart disease medicines? How do they help? Here is a list of the types of heart disease medicines:
A "cold foot" or a black or blue painful toe for no apparent reason.
Call for a doctor appointment if you have:
Pain in the chest, abdomen, or lower back,
possibly spreading to the groin, buttocks, or legs. The pain may be deep,
aching, gnawing, and/or throbbing, and may last for hours or days. It is
typically not affected by movement, although certain positions may be more
comfortable than others.