Two more died of Heart Attack- Toll Reaches 15 in 2 weeks in Kashmir Valley

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Two more died of heart attack- toll reaches 15 in 2 weeks in Kashmir Valley
Two more died of heart attack- toll reaches 15 in 2 weeks in Kashmir Valley

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Srinagar, Jan 13, 2021: With the demise of two more ladies resulting from coronary heart attack in the past 24 hours, the death toll from the cardiovascular decease has risen to fifteen up to now about two weeks within the Kashmir valley, where specialists have warned increase in the cardiac arrest instances throughout winter resulting from extreme cold in case precautionary measures are not taken.




Official sources mentioned on Wednesday that a girl Mubeena (30) suffered an enormous coronary heart assault at her residence Sumbal in north Kashmir district of Bandipora. Nevertheless, other members of the family instantly rushed her to hospital where she was declared brought dead.

They mentioned one other girl recognized as Dilshada (40) also suffered a coronary heart assault at her residence Naugam Chadoora in Badgam district of Central Kashmir. She was also rushed to hospital where she was declared dead.

Three individuals, together with a sarpanch and a personal college trainer, died resulting from cardiac arrest in the valley on January 10.

With these deaths, a complete of 15 individuals, largely youth, died resulting from cardiac arrest within the valley through the past about two weeks.

The medical doctors and different specialists have already suggested individuals affected by coronary heart ailment to take additional precaution in winter, when probabilities of sudden coronary heart attacks will increase resulting from extreme cold.

The Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) president Dr Nissar ul Hassan and other specialists have warned increase in the coronary heart assaults within the valley throughout winter resulting from extreme cold. Nevertheless, they expressed concern over the rise in the coronary heart assaults among the youth.

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