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10/17/2017Cardiovascular | Completed | Shadow Health1/2Cardiovascular Results | CompletedAdvanced Health Assessment - September '17 , NREO81 NRE-662 01AReturn to AssignmentYour ResultsTurn InLab PassActivity Time: 4 minLifespanTina’s 5-year-old cousin comes into the clinic and you notice that her heart rate increaseswith inspiration and decreases with expiration. What is your differential diagnosis andtreatment plan for this finding?Student Response:Sinus arrhythmia. It is generally normal in the young, only if it occurs with breathing. As such, it is. Monitorthroughout life because it could turn into tachy-brady syndrome and result in a pacer being placed.Model Note:Differential diagnosis includes benign sinus dysrhythmia, increased intracranial pressure,increased vagal tone, and myocardial ischemia. Her blood pressure should be monitored to ensure perfusionto rule out myocardial ischemia. She should be assessed for other symptoms that may indicate an underlying