and what should you do if they have had one (apart from take then to hospital) He s got pins and needles in one side of his body and i think his speech was a bit slurred but he s refusing to go to hospital! Will it get worse?
their are some first aid techniques that can be learned, like mouth to mouth breathing, pumping the heart with jerks etc
the person usually finds himself in deep pain in the chest.
the best way is to call an ambulance and hospitalize immediately.
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