DR. STEVE BEDI AMERICAN TRAINED PHYSICIAN. HE HAS PRACTICED, UROLOGY, GENERAL SURGERY AND INTEGRATED MEDICINE (INNER SCIENCE, UNCONDITIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS,). HE GRADUATED 1966 FROM MAULANA AZAD MEDICAL COLLEGE, NEW DELHI, INDIA. HE WENT TO UNITED STATE IN MARCH OF1967. HE DID HIS INTERNSHIP, GENERAL SURGERY AND A UROLOGICAL TRAINING IN WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN, USA.
A feeling of pressure, tightness, pain, squeezing, or aching in the chest or arms that spreads to the neck, jaw, or back can be a sign that a person is having a heart attack.
Symptoms include tightness or pain in the chest, neck, back or arms, as well as fatigue, lightheadedness, abnormal heartbeat and anxiety. Women are more likely to have atypical symptoms than men.
A heart attack is a medical emergency in which the supply of blood to the heart becomes blocked, often as the result of a blood clot. An infarction is when the blood supply to an area is cut off, and the tissue in that area dies. The blockage is most often a buildup of fat, cholesterol and other substances, which form a plaque in the arteries that feed the heart. A heart attack is the death of a segment of heart muscle caused by a loss of blood supply. The blood is usually cut off when an artery supplying the heart muscle is blocked by a blood clot.