Heart attack! Male tutoring children suddenly fainted, admitted to hospital for rescue!

 Heart attack! Male tutoring children suddenly fainted, admitted to hospital for rescue!

A true portrayal of tutoring children

Every parent who accompanies their children to do homework

There is a history of blood and tears


There is a father in Shenzhen

The patient was admitted to the hospital for rescue

Tutoring homework for children

Mr. Liu, 45, has been tutoring his childrens homework every day since school began in September.

Last week, Mr. Liu tutored his third graders homework as usual. As a result, he talked about a problem countless times, and the child was still confused.

Looking at this situation, Mr. Liu, who was sitting on one side and resting, rubbed to stand up and was just about to join the battlefield again when he had a chest cramp,

All of a sudden, he fainted.

After a nights rest at home, Mr. Liu, who was really miserable, went to the third peoples Hospital of Shenzhen at 4 p.m. the next day.

Not long after arriving at the emergency hall, Lius father fainted,

The medical staff immediately came forward to give first aid to Lius father. After about 5 minutes, Lius father regained consciousness.

The cardiologist arrived at the scene for consultation. After examination, the diagnosis was as follows:

It is also known as myocardial infarction.

Mr. Lius medical record

Later, after emergency rescue by doctors, Mr. Liu was out of danger. At present, Mr. Liu is conscious and recovering well. He is hospitalized in CCU.

According to Gao Hong, director of Cardiology, myocardial necrosis is not renewable, and heart failure is also easy to cause multiple organ failure. If you come to the hospital a little later, the consequences will be unimaginable.

So here comes the question...

Mr. Liu said he didnt

Why sudden myocardial infarction?

Its angry

Doctors remind:

Emotional excitement

It is a potential trigger for myocardial infarction

In fact, excitement is a potential trigger for myocardial infarction, which can increase the risk of angina pectoris, acute myocardial infarction or sudden cardiac death by 2-3 times.

Gao Hongu2014u2014

If a persons mood is in a state of excitement and tension for a long time, it will increase the excitability of sympathetic nerve, stimulate the heart rate, and constrict the peripheral blood vessels, resulting in the increase of blood pressure, and then damage the blood vessels and heart.


Make myocardial oxygen consumption increase, cause myocardial ischemia, can also make coronary artery spasm, produce chest tightness, severe angina pectoris, leading to the occurrence of myocardial infarction.

u270e in addition, the following are also the causes of myocardial infarction


Improper diet

Chronic constipation

Long term smoking and drinking

The risk of myocardial infarction is self-evident

The following, please keep in mind


u2460 Appear chest pain, hair stuffy, walk to climb the building aggravate, after rest alleviate, highly suspect angina pectoris!

u2461 After angina pectoris, never have any heavy physical activity, as soon as possible to the hospital cardiology examination;

u2463 Eyes appear dark, that is, in front of a black, myocardial ischemia aggravated, has affected the brain blood supply, red alarm!

u2466 Dont be afraid of trouble, angina pectoris is not timely and comprehensive diagnosis and treatment, it will only become more and more serious, once myocardial infarction occurs, the trouble and cost will be up and down!

Coach a homework to be angry to myocardial infarction

This father is really a wife. Its hard

See here

Many parents expressed their sympathy

Youre not alone

Ive already looked down on everything

Its important to protect your life

Finally, I would like to remind my parents

Caution in tutoring

Its better not to lose your temper

Well, its really hard

Source: Southern Metropolis Daily, Shenzhen Third Peoples Hospital editor: Li Chaoran, advertising cooperation: 18505342620_ NB17476

Source: Southern Metropolis Daily, Shenzhen Third Peoples Hospital

Editor: Li Chaoran