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New Technology Might Diagnose Heart Attacks in Under 30 Minutes

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according to the CDC. ADVERTISEMENT While an EKG can detect heart disease rather quickly, health care professionals still must perform blood tests and analysis to confirm a heart attack.

Results from blood samples can take nearly eight hours. ADVERTISEMENT “The current methods used to diagnose a heart attack are not only time intensive, but they also have to be applied within a certain window of time to get accurate results,” said Pinar Zorlutuna, the Sheehan Family Collegiate Professor of Engineering at Notre Dame and lead author of the paper.

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