CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS2Cardiovascular disordersDuring admission, Mrs. J requires immediate intervention which according to my view is thatshe requires to be subjected to ABC which are airway, breathing and circulation. Herconcentration of oxygen is only spo2 of 82% which is too low as compared to the normal rangewhich is about 90%. The nursing intervention that was given to Mrs. J was very important as ithelped her in making sure that all the signs and symptoms that she had were considered andmedication started immediately. As a result of this application of nasal cannula would form thefirst intervention ad proper position of Mrs. J’s head to ensure that she is comfortable with theprovision of care services Initiation of IV furosemide would then follow and treatment processwould take place as per the drugs that have been provided to the patient as indicated below(Copstead and Banasik, 2013):1.IV furosemide (Lasix): from the symptoms given of lung crackles, breathing problems,jugular veins that are visible, peripheral pulses that are weak and anxiety, the patientneeds Lasix diuretic which helps in the removal of excess fluid available in the bodythrough kidneys. Routine assessment of Mrs. J’s kidney therefore needs to be done.2.Enalapril (Vasotec): is used in the working of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone systemwhereby vasotec is used to inhibit angiotensin conversion and hence allowing conversionof enzymes. It is used to remedy congestive heart failure and hypertension whereby it isused together with diuretic where in this case they used Lasix.