Heart attack care delayed for women

Tufts University researchers determined women were 52 percent more likely to be delayed in getting full care.

Response times were the same, but treatment for women broke down from there.

Researchers say emergency workers often don't recognize women's symptoms such as shortness of breath, nausea or chest tightness as heart problems.

Experts urge women to emphasize their symptoms are out of the ordinary.


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