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A medication that may produce exercise intolerance in a patient who has hypertension is:
CorrectAccording to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, which characteristic listed below is a coronary heart disease (CHD) risk equivalent; that is, which riskfactor places the patient at a CHD risk similar to a history of CHD?
CorrectAn 80-year-old female who is otherwise well has the following
blood pressure readings. How should she be managed pharmacologically?Mr. Smith is a 72-year-old patient who takes warfarin for chronic atrial fibrillation. His INR and CBC results are provided. The nurse practitioner should:
Most hypertension in preadolescents and children is:secondary hypertension.secondary hypertension.Correct
A patient taking an angiotensin receptor blocker (ARB) should avoid:
A patient with poorly controlled hypertension andhistory of myocardial infarction 6 yearsago presents today with mild shortness of breath. He takes quinapril, ASA, metoprolol, and astatin daily. Whatsymptom is NOT indicative of heart failure?
Older adults havea unique blood pressure pattern.Which blood pressure reading below reflects this pattern?
hypertension should be initiated for:The usual clinicalcourse of mitral valve prolapse:is benign.is benign.Correct
The correlation between blood pressure and agegreater than 60 years is that as age increases:
Classic symptoms of deep vein thrombosis (DVT)include:
A 42-year-old hypertensive patient was givena thiazide diuretic 4 weeks ago for treatmentof primary hypertension. Onhis return visit
today, he reportsfeeling weak and tired. What should the NP consider to evaluate the weakness and fatigue?A 75-year-old hasisolated systolic hypertension. She started on amlodipine 4 weeks ago. She states that since then, she has developed urinary incontinence. What is the nursepractitioner's assessment?
CorrectWhich class of medication is frequently used to improve long-term outcomes inACE inhibitorsACE inhibitorsCorrect

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