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  • Persistent and crushing chest pain, spreading up to the jaw and down one or both the arms, which does not subside when the casualty rests.
  • High discomfort in the abdomen region that might feel like severe indigestion, nausea, and vomiting.
  • Breathlessness, possibly gasping for air.
  • A dizzy feeling that might lead the casualty to collapse.
  • Pale, grey, or sweaty skin
  • Rapid, slow, or irregular pulse
  • Possible loss of consciousness
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