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Volume 1: No. 3, July 2004

ORIGINAL RESEARCH
Increasing Employee Awareness of the Signs and Symptoms of Heart Attack and the Need to Use 911 in a State Health Department

  Male (%) Female (%) Age < 45 Years (%) Age ≥ 45 Years (%)
Baseline 67 70 67 70
Follow-up 81 93 89 90

Figure 2. 
Awareness among Montana state health department employees of 5 or more heart attack signs and symptoms at baseline and follow-up, by sex and by age, 2003.

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  Male (%) Female (%) Age < 45 Years (%) Age ≥ 45 Years (%)
Baseline 86 83 85 83
Follow-up 85 92 96 86

Figure 3. 
Awareness among Montana state health department employees of need to use 911 emergency telephone services if someone is having a heart attack or stroke at baseline and follow-up, by sex and by age, 2003.

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