Medical tests miss most heart attacks – nearly two-thirds are “unrecognized”

(Natural News) A new study on myocardial infarctions (MI; commonly referred to as heart attacks) raised concerns that standard medical tests fail to properly diagnose up to two-thirds of unrecognized MI cases. An unrecognized heart attack is a sub-clinical event. That is to say, its symptoms are too faint to be detected by common medical exams. Their accurate detection requires electrocardiographic…

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