Northern Ireland

Health Focus: New Cardiology Procedure

Every six minutes someone in the UK dies from a heart attack.

The numbers would come down if victims were treated more quickly, and if potential victims were identified earlier.

In Northern Ireland, health professionals are making big inroads in saving lives.

The Belfast Health Trust is operating a new round-the-clock service with a team on standby to respond to 999 calls.

For this week's Health Focus, our correspondent, Marie-Louise Connolly, has exclusive access to the cardiac lab that's open all hours.

Click here for interview with procedure patient, Joan Love.

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