Beltangady: 17-year-old PU student dies of cardiac arrest


Daijiworld Media Network – Beltangady (SS)

Beltangady, Aug 10: A 17-year-old PUC student died of cardiac arrest on Tuesday August 9 at Neriya village of the taluk.

The deceased is identified as Sachin. He was a resident of Pilikala Pumpset and was studying second year PUC at the Mundaje Pre-University College in the Arts section. He was believed to be suffering from a heart-related ailment.

The college was closed on account of a holiday on Tuesday and Sachin who was at home experienced chest pain all of a sudden.

Sachin is one of the twin sons born to their parents. He is survived by his parents and two brothers.

 

 

 

  

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  • ahmed, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 10 2022

    May his soul rest in peace. may god give the family the strength

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  • Thousif, Mangalore, bolar

    Wed, Aug 10 2022

    Eating veg. Being 17year heart can stop. Death come with reason.

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  • Daniel, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 10 2022

    RIP. Vaccines or their makers are the biggest culprits in these recent spike in cardiac arrest cases ? This graphene oxide used in vaccine as spike producing to mimick virus also for precise drug delivery to cells or organ can be deadlier as it is a good electrical conducting and hardened magnetic material which could affect electrical signal of heart rhythm also neuro electric signals ? Also spike could act against arteries and cells forming clots and more shots greater risks over the time as per world renowned Thai German microbiologist Dr Sucharit Bhakdi. With 5G emf this graphene oxide still more dangerous it may give rise to bleeding disease as per south american research. Looks like these emergency approved short term tested vaccines are not tested in environment 5G EMF frequencies. So when 5G roll out more cases expected due to 5G electro magnetic field as per south american studies.

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  • rahulraj, kadri

    Wed, Aug 10 2022

    Till date not a single doctor in and around Mangalore or bangalore have been able to answer this..i asked with many..all blabber bla bla bla....immediate CPR should be given within 5 to 6 mins of cardiac arrest..better people around learn about it

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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Aug 10 2022

    rahulraj Kadri,you are right But it seems to be unknown in our mangalore.People immediately rush first to next hospital.Till then worthful moments are gone and heart and brain doesnt get any oxygen .Then it is too late.First who ever around should learn to give heart massage or mouth to mouth breathing so that heart starts beating and oxygen is conveyed to organs.Otherwise all the organs suffer and die.Since so many heartattacks in area ,taking place and will also continue ,high time to learn even common man to save life and not get confused go to get vehicle.Organize some group here and there with medical asst.to learn heartmassage and what to do-.For protest people gather soon and lacs.Why not to learn to save life of your own people ?.Very sad young boy died.Heartfelt sympathy to the parents.May his soul rest in peace.Did his other brothers or twin boy too is sick?Did they test?

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  • Ecel, Udupi

    Wed, Aug 10 2022

    If you ask an "expert* he will say ' it's rare phenomenon occurring among..... bla bla bla.. and then bla bla bla.... But if you want tell the truth, it's the indirectly forced experimental 💉

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Wed, Aug 10 2022

    Cardiac arrest usually takes place with elderly, over weight, highly diabetic patients, those who are having heart ailment but of late young ones are succumbing to such fatal heart attacks ! Naturally, it give rise to account affect of Covid-19 Vaccine/booster ?

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  • Abdul, Vidyanagar /Kasaragod.

    Wed, Aug 10 2022

    R I P.

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  • Dam, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 10 2022

    after 2021 many youngsters ding bcoz of cardiac arrest / heart attack ..... what is the reason behind this ?

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  • Dev, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 10 2022

    Sad but a few questions to clear ambiguity- whether he had heart ailment by birth or after the jabs? Then only we can get clear picture about this incidence which is becoming New Normal.

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  • Alwyn, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 10 2022

    Continued.. Know the terms Heart attack: an acute condition in which something blocks blood flow to your heart. This is usually the result of coronary artery disease. It’s very rare in teens. Heart disease: a generic term that covers a variety of chronic heart conditions. The most common from trusted Source of heart disease in the United States is coronary artery disease. That’s when plaque builds up in the walls of your arteries and can block flow. Heart failure: a chronic condition in which the heart can’t pump enough blood to your other organs. This becomes congestive heart failure when fluid builds up in your heart and other organs. Heart failure in teens is usually due to a structural problem trusted Source with the heart. Cardiac arrest: when your heart stops because of an electrical issue or physical anomaly. This is rare in teens but occurs in some athletes and people with congenital heart problems.

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  • Alwyn, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 10 2022

    May his soul rest in peace. What can cause a heart attack in a child or teenager? Heart attacks in teenagers are extremely rare. Sudden cardiac arrest in teens is more common but still rare. Although people often use these two terms interchangeably, they don’t mean the same thing. Heart attacks occur when blood to the heart is suddenly stopped, usually due to coronary artery disease. Your arteries become blocked, so not enough blood can make it to your heart. Sudden cardiac arrest is when your heart stops pumping blood effectively. Blood can’t get to important organs in your body, like your brain and lungs. Teens can experience a heart attack or cardiac arrest for many of the same reasons as adults. But lifestyle factors tend to be a lesser cause just because they haven’t had as much time to cause damage in teens. In adults, things like smoking, a lack of exercise, high cholesterol, and other factors build up over decades to reduce heart function. In teens and young adults, congenital, electrical, or structural problems are more often the cause. Examples of these issues include things like: hypertrophic cardiomyopathy anomalous aortic origin of the coronary artery (AAOCA) catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia (CPVT) arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy (ARVC) long QT syndrome Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome Other conditions or factors associated with heart attacks or heart disease in adolescence can include things like: obesity smoking substance use breathing difficulty trauma rheumatic heart disease Kawasaki disease chronic kidney disease diabetes.

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  • prakash, Manipal

    Wed, Aug 10 2022

    Sad news... RIP to young soul... He had life ahead of him... But was snatched by cruel fate...

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