Examples of heart attack in a Sentence
Her chest pains turned out to be caused by a minor heart attack.
He died of a massive heart attack.
Recent Examples of heart attack from the Web
Lee Kun-hee, 75, has been incapacitated since a heart attack in 2014.
Altman said based on the autopsy, Martin died of a heart attack based on homicide.
Starr, 83, has been battling to regain his health since suffering two strokes, a heart attack and multiple seizures in September 2014.
The website of the Mark Twain House and Museum states that Jean likely died of a heart attack brought on by an epileptic fit.
Some preliminary research even linked turmeric to a lower risk of heart attack post-bypass surgery.
Eaglestaff died of a heart attack in 1996 while dancing at a powwow in Oregon.
Squeri was named vice chairman in 2015 after President Ed Gilligan, who was considered Chenault’s most likely successor, died after suffering an embolism and subsequent heart attack on a return flight from Tokyo.
Doctors instead diagnosed Simpson with Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, a condition with symptoms that mimic heart attacks.
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First Known Use of heart attack
HEART ATTACK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of heart attack for English Language Learners
: a sudden painful and dangerous condition in which your heart stops beating properly
medical Definition of heart attack
- When a patient is in the throes of a heart attack, the physician's goal is restoring adequate blood flow to the starving heart muscle as swiftly as possible.
- —Harvard Medical School Health Letter, May 1993
- It has long been known that aspirin helps prevent blood clots … and many studies have shown that the drug can reduce the incidence of heart attacks and strokes.
- —Peter Aldhous, Science, 7 Jan. 1994
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