Is it ok to put aed electrodes on someone who may have heart attack ahead of time?

Probably not good. If you know when they are going to have heart attack, put it on two minutes before. Otherwise, don't do it. Pads dry out, fall off. Replacing a pad or troubleshooting a system might be much more trouble than it is worth.

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Before 6 months I have had a heart attack. I have two stents. Now I am cycling 2 hours, 4 times in the week, with 130 to 150 heart beats. Is that ok?

Yes. Maximum heart rate is computed by 220 minus age. Adequate aerobic and vo2 maximum conditioning workout is usually recommended for target heart rate of 70% to 80% of maximal heart rate, up to 85% of maximal heart rate. Using the formula given, your maximum heart rate is 178, with target heart rate of 124.6 to 142.4, and up to 151.3. Following myocardial infarction, exercise tolerance can varies. Read more...

How much time between signs of a heart attack and the heart attack?

Heart attack. Warning symptoms of heart attack can be none or can occur witha variable time frame, usually chest discomfort coming with less and less exertion. Read more...
Variable,simultaneos. Symptoms: chest and neck and left arm pain can all occur elephant sitting on your chest shortness of breath fatigue anxiety fear some are asymptomatic signs: cold clammy low pulse rate, or fast irregular sudden death, . Read more...

What are some early signs of a heart attack?

Read on.. http://www.heart.org/heartorg/conditions/heartattack/warningsignsofaheartattack/warning-signs-of-a-heart-attack_ucm_002039_article.jsp. Read more...
Variable. Symptoms: chest and neck and left arm pain can all occur elephant sitting on your chest shortness of breath fatigue anxiety fear some are asymptomatic signs: cold clammy low pulse rate, or fast irregular sudden death, . Read more...

Do you risk heart attack every time after cocaine?

Risk..yes. Cocaine can cause coronary spasm, which limits blood flow to that portion of the heart. Does this happen every time? Do you want to risk potentially damaging your heart? Read more...

Will boxing and smoking put you at risk for heart attack?

NO and YES. Smoking increases risk of heart attack among other very bad effects. Boxing is beneficial as exercise but risks brain injury. Exercise reduces the risk of heart attack. Read more...
Smoking is hazardous. Boxing, no. Smoking, YES INDEED. Smoking is a major risk factor for coronary artery disease ( the cause of heart attacks) as well as cancer and emphysema. Read more...

How much time after you've had a heart attack can doctors diagnose that you had one?

It depends. EKGs after heart attacks may show the "scar" for many years, but some EKGs normalize over time, depending on the size and location of the heart attack. On the other hand, EKGs read as "heart attacks" may be false positives and the heart be completely normal. Kind of confusing, isn't it? Ask the same question with EKG in hand to your cardiologist and he will be able to explain. Read more...

Would having a family history of heart attack put you more at risk than other people?

Heart attack. Family history is one of the risk factors for atherosclerosis and for heart attack. If heart attack 'runs' in your family then you are prudent to be very careful not to smoke and to diet, exercise and take care of all those risk factors that you can improve. You're stuck with your family history. Read more...