What are the risk factors of a 58 years female patient who survived from massive heart attack (ami) followed by angioplasty (ptca) and cardiac arrest?

AMI. Those questions need to be asked of the patient's physicians. In general what you describe suggests serious damage was likely done during the heart attack, but that can't be known from here. The state of the coronary bed and the myocardial function likewise. Best to discuss with the physician(s) who know this patient best rather than generalize.

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Mother 58 yr heart attack. Within 7 hrs angioplasty LAD for 100% block. After 12hrs cardic arrest. Then ventrilation. Cpk 389 now consious. Will survive?

She has already sur- Vived but in such situations can have another attack or some other complications. Your cardiologist will be the person to discuss it with. I am hopeful she'll do well as she is rather young. Good luck. Read more...

After a cardiac arrest in a normal person with heart attack, how long are patients in the hospital for?

Depends. If full cardiac recovery p-arrest pt is likely to be taken to cath and possible cabg. The total time confined may be 7 t 10 days. If cath or bypass not planned the pt may be discharged in 3 yo 4 days. Read more...

What benefit does the implantable cardioverter-defibrillator give to patients who have had a cardiac arrest or heart attack?

Prevent recurrence. Depending on the reason for cardiac arrest, an automatic implantable defibrillator can be very effective in preventing a second cardiac arrest in the future. Read more...
It may prevent death. Implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (icds) are used to treat ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation, which if untreated, may cause a fatal cardiac arrest. Icds can often quickly treat these conditions before permanent brain or heart damage can be done. Icds are not used to treat or prevent heart attacks, which are a "plumbing" issue. Read more...

Can a 30 year old have cardiac arrest & a heart attack I just won't too now?

Unusual but yes. This would be pretty unusual, but can occur. Some people have congenital abnormalities that can cause this. Additionally, use of stimulants such as Cocaine and methamphetamine scan cause this. Occasionally, we see patients who have very accelerated coronary disease- there is often a family history of early heart attacks. Read more...
Yes. Younger patients can have heart attacks and cardiac arrest. The reason may be coronary disease (same as older patient) but also may include congenital coronary abnormality, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, viral cardiomyopathy, right ventricular dysplasia. The frequency of heart attack and cardiac arrest in a 30-year-old is much less than it would be in an older patient. Read more...

You can survive from heart attack but cant from cardiac arrest right?

WRONG! Cardiac arrest is survivable if promptly dealt with~! Many Defibrillators are available now and people who know CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) save many lives from Cardiac arrest each year, ONCE IN THE HOSPITAL CARDIAC DEATH IS HIGHLY UNLIKELY! Hope this helps Happy Healthy New Year Dr Z. Read more...