23 Septal Wall MI The patient with a septal wall MI is at increased risk for

23 septal wall mi the patient with a septal wall mi

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23 Septal Wall MI The patient with a septal wall MI is at increased risk for developing a ventricular septal defect. ECG changes are present in leads V1 and V 2 . The left anterior descending artery also supplies blood to the ventericular septum.
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Anterio Septal Wall MI
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25 Lateral Wall MI A lateral wall MI is usually caused by a blockage in the left circumflex artery and shows characterstic changes in to the left lateral leads I, aVL, and V5 to V6. The type of infraction typically causes premature ventricylar contractions and varying degrees of heart block. A lateral MI usually accompanies an anterior or inferior MI.
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Inferior wall MI
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Cardiac Surgeries Repair of valves Blockages of Coronary Arteries Heart Transplants Repair of congenital Heart Defects
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Review of Coronary system
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Angina Class Class I : angina on strenuous exertion Class II: angina on walking and climbing stairs rapidly. Class III: Angina on walking one or two level blocks. Class IV: angina on any physical activity and at rest
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Types of CABG Traditional Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting Off-Pump Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting Minimally Invasive Direct Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting
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Conduit classification Arterial Vs. Venous graft Age Life expectancy Patency Operative risk Emergent/ elective procedure
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Nursing care Patient background (age, sex) Type of operation (CABG, valve, elective vs. urgent etc) Indications for operation Pre-operative cath report (vessels involved, LVEF) Success of operation (completely or incompletely revascularized, difficulties, complications) CPB time and aortic cross-clamp time
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