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acute cardiac arrest
While we exercise vigorously, the body undergoes many changes such as increased levels of sugar, protein and white blood cells. In addition, exercise also makes Platelets clump together more, which is one of the reasons that can cause acute myocardial ischemia. However, in normal people The body can create the process of breaking down blood clots. more and more at the same time Make it clear or reduce the agglutination of platelets. But in the case of people with existing coronary artery disease There will be a risk of Acute myocardial ischemia. If exercising too hard so should choose correct exercise and appropriate for each individual If you've never exercised before Start with light exercise, such as slow jogging, and then gradually switch to jogging.
According to the American College of Sports Medicine (ACM) and the American Heart Association (AHA), the importance of exercise is not solely on the intensity of exercise. but also depends on “Consistency” of exercise as well. thereby reducing the risk of Myocardial infarction, diabetes and osteoporosis
Knowing this Why do professional soccer players have such unforeseen occurrences? Why do athletes fall on the field and their hearts suddenly stop beating? Or is a sudden cardiac arrest causing the athlete to fall? So how did this condition happen? Let's find out the truth about this acute cardiac arrest.
Acute cardiac arrest is a condition in which the heart is unable to supply blood to the organs. parts of the body immediately Most of the reasons are due to the presence of heart disease that the person may not know. or never checked before and if the patient dies within an hour of symptoms We call this condition “Sudden cardiac death” and it can happen to anyone without needing to. have a heart disease or have any other congenital disease before
United States data reveals 300,000 to 400,000 sudden cardiac arrests per year1 among athletes2. In a ratio of about 1: 65,000 to 1: 200,000 for Thailand Currently, the Heart Association of Thailand under the Royal Patronage of His Majesty the King and the National Institute of Emergency Medicine It was found that Sudden Cardiac Arrest, which is the cause of death in approximately 54,000 Thai people per year, averages 6 people per hour, and is the leading cause of death for people of all genders and ages. About half are sick Died before arriving at the hospital It could be at home or at work.
Heart Association Statistics of the United States Acute cardiac arrest can occur for many reasons. both from congenital heart abnormalities or external causes that cause the heart to stop beating For patients over 35 years of age, it is often caused by Most cases of acute myocardial infarction are caused by idiopathic myocardial infarction Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, in which exercise can trigger sudden cardiac arrest. It may also be caused by Premature coronary artery disease or congenital coronary artery anomalies (eg Marfan's syndrome). severely in the chest area causing acute cardiac arrhythmias Also known as commotio cordis. such as substance use Anabolic-androgenic steroids are also stimulants. can cause acute cardiac arrest as well
For people over 35 years of age, the most common risk factors for acute cardiac arrest include diabetes, hyperlipidemia. high blood pressure, smoking, etc., so an annual health check will help to know early on whether we have these diseases or not And should consult a doctor who specializes in specific diseases as well.
For those under the age of 35, a medical history and physical examination are mainly required. to find out have congenital abnormalities that may or may not be asymptomatic. A study by Fuller et al. 3 examined 5,615 athletes and concluded that, despite the use of electrocardiograms, to screen for the risk of birth acute cardiac arrest In those under 35 years of age, it is better than taking a history and physical examination. but still still can't Confirm the safety of this condition. Therefore, those who want to exercise hard should be under the supervision of a medical professional
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