By Amy Norton
HealthDay Reporter

FRIDAY, April seventeen, 2020 (HealthDay News) — As U.S. hospitals deal with a continuing inflow of COVID-19 individuals, cardiologists are sounding an alarm: Persons might be ignoring coronary heart attack signs or symptoms in panic of going to the ER.

Considering that the coronavirus very first strike the United States, physicians at a selection of hospitals have observed a pattern. Fewer individuals are being dealt with for coronary heart attacks at a time when — if just about anything — an increase would be envisioned.

“It started out out anecdotally, with physicians chatting about cases