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Acting quickly after heart attack symptoms start can be a heart saver

Science Daily Thursday, 14 January 2021 ()
The degree of heart muscle damage from a heart attack is associated with how long it takes from when heart attack symptoms start to when patients receive an artery-clearing procedure called percutaneous coronary intervention, or PCI. The longer the time period before PCI, called symptom-to-balloon time, the more significant and damaging the heart attack.
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