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R. N. Thakur
Ranjana Sharma
Sudhir Singh Gangwar
Amita Tilak


heart attack is a disease that  occurs when there is a impulsive thorough blockage of an artery that supplies blood to an part of any individual heart. A heart is a organ which needs a good blood amount to keep it fit. When we  become older with aging  the straight inside walls of the arteries that stream the blood to the heart can convert  and damaged get narrow owing to fatty materials un wanted collestreal named plaque.When an part of plaque halts, blood cells and additional portions of the blood branch to the injured area and generates blood clots. A heart attack happensafter a blood clot fullychunks the movement of blood and extremelydiminishes blood flow to the heart muscle. This correspondinglymarks in patients facing chest pain certain parts of the heart muscle starts to die.A heart attack is the demise of a section of heart muscle affected by a loss of blood stream. The blood is frequently cut off when an artery providing the heart muscle is jammed by a blood clot.A heart attack is occasionally called a myocardial infarction (MI), acute myocardial infarction, coronary occlusion  even some time coronary thrombosis.


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Thakur, R. N., Sharma, R., Gangwar, S. S., & Tilak, A. (2018). HEART ATTACK,THE DAMAGE TO HEART MUSSLE. Innovat International Journal Of Medical & Pharmaceutical Sciences, 3(1). https://doi.org/10.24018/10.24018/iijmps.2018.v1i1.22
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