How should the nurse intervene The nurse should explain that the client might

How should the nurse intervene the nurse should

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infarction made sexual comments to them. How should the nurse intervene? The nurse should explain that the client might have concerns about resuming sexual activity but is afraid to ask The nurse is providing education about angina pectoris to a hospitalized client who is about to be discharged. What instruction does the nurse include about managing this condition? Select all that apply. Balance rest with activity, carry nitro at all times, stop smoking Which client with a venous stasis ulcer is a candidate for topical hyperbaric oxygen therapy? A client with a chromic, nonhealing skin lesion Understanding atherosclerosis, the nurse identifies which of the following to be both a risk factor for the development of the disorder and an outcome? hypertension The charge nurse was discussing with the nursing student that studies have been published that suggest inflammation increases the risk of heart disease. Which modifiable factor would the nursing student target in teaching clients about prevention of inflammation that can lead to atherosclerosis? Addressing obesity The nurse is caring for a client experiencing an acute MI (STEMI). The nurse anticipates the physician will prescribe alteplase. Before administering this medication, which question is most important for the nurse to ask the client? What time did your chest pain start today? The nurse is caring for a ventilated client after coronary artery bypass graft surgery. What are the criterions for extubation for the client? Select all that apply. Breathing without assistance of the ventilator, adequate cough and gag reflex, acceptable arterial blood gas values
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An electrocardiogram (ECG) taken during a routine checkup reveals that a client has had a silent myocardial infarction. Changes in which leads of a 12-lead ECG indicate damage to the left ventricular septal region? Leads V3 and V4 A client has just arrived in the ER with a possible myocardial infarction (MI). The electrocardiogram (ECG) should be obtained within which time frame of arrival to the ER? 10mins The nurse is reevaluating a client 2 hours after a percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA) procedure. Which assessment finding may indicate the client is experiencing a complication of the procedure? Urine output of 40mL A client has had a 12-lead ECG completed as part of an annual physical examination. The nurse notes an abnormal Q wave on an otherwise unremarkable ECG. The nurse recognizes that this finding indicates an old MI A patient has had cardiac surgery and is being monitored in the intensive care unit (ICU). What complication should the nurse monitor for that is associated with an alteration in preload? Cardiac tamponade The nurse is teaching a client diagnosed with coronary artery disease about nitroglycerin. What is the cardiac premise behind administration of nitrates? Preload is reduced A client who is resting quietly reports chest pain to the nurse. The cardiac monitor indicates the presence of reversible ST-segment elevation. What type of angina is the client experiencing? Variant angina
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  • Alycia Combs
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