What Is a Massive Coronary?

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Massive coronary refers to an acute myocardial infarction that blocks blood flow into the heart. The patient usually becomes short of breath and can die in a matter of minutes if left untreated. The emergency treatment before the patient reaches hospital is performing a cardiopulmonary resuscitation on them.
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