Aspod

Aspod – the safe way to carry Aspirin

Aspod is a simple carrier for emergency Aspirin. ¬†There is evidence that aspirin, taken during a heart attack, can reduce the size of the clot causing the heart attack and may even cause the platelets in the clot to disperse. Research shows that the death rate can be reduced by 20-25%. Aspirin, used in the […]

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Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial Fibrillation

A normal heart beats between 60 and 100 per minute when resting, but when someone has Atrial Fibrillation, this may be increased to over 140 beats per minute and may be irregular. You may detect this when caring for someone by doing a pulse check. In the heart of someone with this condition, the upper […]

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Heart Attack

Heart Attack

A sudden cardiac arrest is when the heart stops, but a heart attack is when the heart is in major trauma caused by a blockage in the heart, which is starving it of blood and therefore oxygen. Heart attacks are very serious, as the heart could stop at any time. There are around 200,000 deaths […]

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