Chest pain and shortness of breath are the most important symptoms of a heart attack. Pain that starts suddenly, spreads from the anterior wall of the chest to the neck and jaw, sometimes in the shoulder and inside of the arms, in the form of tightness / pressure, should suggest a heart attack. In some cases, heart attacks can be transmitted without chest pain (especially in diabetic patients) (silent heart attack). Sometimes it can be a sudden onset of breathing, cold sweating, and a heart attack. Whenever these complaints come to mind as to whether or not a heart attack is suspected, it is of vital importance to consult a specialist physician in this regard by contacting the nearest hospital emergency department and obtaining a cardiac electrosurgery.