A heart attack is an acute heart attack that occurs when the heart is damaged by a blood clot, which in some cases may be caused by an infection or an injury to the heart.
The first sign of an acute coronary syndrome (ACS) is rapid, shallow and severe chest pain.
Most people recover within a week or two, but some people may experience symptoms lasting months or years.
Some people also develop other problems, such as chest pain, difficulty breathing, and irregular heartbeat.
A heart infection may cause inflammation in the heart muscle, which can lead to irregular heartbeats.
If left untreated, the condition can lead eventually to death.
People with ACS also experience heart palpitations and breathing problems.
If ACS occurs during a pregnancy, the fetus can develop heart defects and death.
Symptoms of an ACS include chest pain and difficulty breathing.
ACS can also be fatal in people with heart disease, as well as in people who have a high blood pressure.
In rare cases, ACS may be fatal, but it is rare.
A person with ACS who is pregnant may also experience severe symptoms.
The ACS can cause serious health problems, including: sudden death, stroke, heart attack, and death from heart disease