By Amy Norton
HealthDay Reporter

FRIDAY, April seventeen, 2020 (HealthDay News) — As U.S. hospitals offer with a continuing influx of COVID-19 people, cardiologists are sounding an alarm: People may possibly be ignoring coronary heart assault signs in worry of heading to the ER.

Given that the coronavirus first hit the United States, medical professionals at a quantity of hospitals have seen a sample. Fewer people are remaining treated for coronary heart attacks at a time when — if anything — an raise would be anticipated.

“It started out out anecdotally, with medical professionals chatting about scenarios in which people