The warning signs of a heart attack can be varied and may not always be sudden or severe. With heart attacks, every minute counts. Too many people die because they take too long to call Triple Zero for an ambulance. Professor Ian Meredith talks about the warning signs of heart attack and what to do in such an emergency. Act quickly your life or the life of a family member or friend may depend on it.

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This video has been published with the permission of the National Heart Foundation of Australia.

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Last updated: June 2017

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