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Question 1 See full question 11s A nurse is obtaining a history from a new client in the cardiovascular clinic. When investigating for childhood diseases and disorders associated with structural heart disease, which finding should the nurse consider significant? You Selected: Rheumatic fever Correct response: Rheumatic fever Explanation: Reference: Hinkle, J.L., & Cheever, K.H., Brunner & Suddarth's Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing , 14 th ed., Philadelphia, Wolters Kluwer, 2018, Chapter 28: Management of Patients with Structural, Infectious and Inflammatory Cardiac Disorders, Rheumatic Endocarditis, p. 809. Chapter 28: Management of Patients with Structural, Infectious and Inflammatory Cardiac Disorders - Page 809 Add a Note Question 2 See full question 27s A nurse is caring for four clients on the cardiac unit. Which client has the greatest risk for contracting infective endocarditis? You Selected: A client with a history of repaired ventricular septal defect Correct response: A client 4 days postoperative after mitral valve replacement Explanation: Reference: Hinkle, J.L., & Cheever, K.H., Brunner & Suddarth's Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing , 14 th ed., Philadelphia, Wolters Kluwer, 2018, Chapter 28: Management of Patients with Structural, Infectious and Inflammatory Cardiac Disorders, Nursing Management, p. 793.
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Chapter 28: Management of Patients with Structural, Infectious and Inflammatory Cardiac Disorders - Page 793 Add a Note Question 3 See full question 12m 9s A nurse plans to have an education session with a client with cardiomyopathy and the client's spouse about ways to increase activity tolerance. What instructions would the nurse provide? You Selected: Alternate active periods with rest periods. Correct response: Alternate active periods with rest periods. Explanation: Reference: Hinkle, J.L., & Cheever, K.H., Brunner & Suddarth's Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing , 14 th ed., Philadelphia, Wolters Kluwer, 2018, Chapter 28: Management of Patients with Structural, Infectious and Inflammatory Cardiac Disorders, Increasing Activity Tolerance and Improving Gas Exchange, p. 808. Chapter 28: Management of Patients with Structural, Infectious and Inflammatory Cardiac Disorders - Page 808 Add a Note Question 4 See full question 49s A client with aortic stenosis is reluctant to have valve replacement surgery. A nurse is present when the health care provider talks to the client about a treatment that is less invasive than surgery which will likely relieve some of the client's symptoms. What treatment option has been discussed? You Selected: Balloon percutaneous valvuloplasty Correct response: Balloon percutaneous valvuloplasty Explanation: Reference: Hinkle, J.L., & Cheever, K.H., Brunner & Suddarth's Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing , 14 th ed., Philadelphia, Wolters Kluwer, 2018,
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Chapter 28: Management of Patients with Structural, Infectious and Inflammatory Cardiac Disorders, Medical Management, p. 796.
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  • Fall '17
  • mitral valve, Mitral valve prolapse, Valvular heart disease, Mitral regurgitation, Inflammatory Cardiac Disorders

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