Posted by Dave Woodhouse
First symptoms of a possible heart attack – what to do
In the event of a heart attack (or when the first symptoms of a heart attack are evident), you should immediately Dial 111, then take the 300mg of soluble non-coated aspirin  and either chew it yourself, or place it under the tongue of the victim if you are witness to the person having the heart attack. Note Avoid taking aspirin if there is a recent history of haemorrhage or bleeding ulcers.  IMPORTANT: Check for the presence of a Medi-Alert bracelet before administering and follow the instructions shown.