Stroke - Act FAST
A stroke is a medical emergency and the public are urged to take the below symptoms seriously and call 999 immediately if they notice any single one of them in themselves or others.
Call 999 if you see any one of these signs.
Heart Attack? Know the signs and symptoms
Heart attack symptoms vary from one person to another. The most common signs of a heart attack are:
Think quick, act fast, call 999 immediately.
A4 poster giving information on recognising the signs of a stroke, why you must act F.A.S.T. and how to reduce your risk.
This handy poster shows some of the common symptoms of a heart attack.
A handy fold-up card that fits neatly in your wallet or purse and covers the key points of the Heartstart course, including what to do if someone is unconscious, needs CPR, has chest pain, is choking or is bleeding heavily.
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