Q.1- Data indicates that over 50% of first-time heart attack victims die with a sudden cardiac arrest mostly before reaching hospital, and this has been the case since 1950s. Doesn’t it mean that cardiovascular medicine is fundamentally handicapped in reaching most of its target population? Is there any other disease you can think of with such a limitation? How can we break this long-standing statistic, by doing more of what we have done or it’s time for new strategies?