1024MyocardialInfarctionDiagnosticWorksheet

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Dr. Jim Bloxton NAME CHEM 1024 Myocardial Infarction Diagnostic Worksheet 1. A patient has a total cholesterol level of 280 mg/dL; a negative urine glucose test, a urine pH level of 7.0, a positive blood test for troponin I, and is complaining of chest pain. Give an initial diagnosis, suggest any possible treatment options and suggest any methods of prevention. If possible justify your diagnosis and treatment options. 2. A patient has a total cholesterol level of 180 mg/dL; a negative urine glucose test, a urine pH level of 7.0, a negative blood test for troponins I and T, and is complaining of chest pain. Give an initial diagnosis, suggest any possible treatment options and suggest any methods of prevention. If possible justify your diagnosis and treatment options. 3. A patient has a total cholesterol level of 180 mg/dL; a blood potassium level of 3.2 mEq/L, a urine pH level of 6.0, a negative blood test for troponins I and T, and has an electrocardiogram that has a depressed ST segment.
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Unformatted text preview: Give an initial diagnosis, suggest any possible treatment options and suggest any methods of prevention. If possible justify your diagnosis and treatment options. 4. A patient has a total cholesterol level of 180 mg/dL; a blood potassium level of 8.2 mM, a blood pH level of 7.15, a negative blood test for troponins I and T, and is experiencing fibrillation. Give an initial diagnosis, suggest any possible treatment options and suggest any methods of prevention. If possible justify your diagnosis and treatment options. 5. A patient has a total cholesterol level of 330 mg/dL; a blood potassium level of 8.2 mM, a blood pH level of 7.15, an elevated level of CPK, an ECG that has an elevated ST segment, and is experiencing sweating, nausea chest pain and pain in the left arm and left hand. Give an initial diagnosis, suggest any possible treatment options and suggest any methods of prevention. If possible justify your diagnosis and treatment options....
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