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What is a primary difference in the clinical manifestations of acute coronary syndrome betweenmen and women?Men experience more disability after myocardial infarction than women.The initial cardiac event for men is more often unstable angina than myocardial infarction.More women than men present with acute myocardial infarction as the first sign of coronaryartery disease.Fewer women than men manifest the “classic” signs and symptoms of unstable angina ormyocardial infarction.
The nurse is caring for a patient who returns to the unit after percutaneous coronary intervention(PCI). Which intervention is apriorityon the patient’s arrival on the unit?
The emergency department receives a report from a paramedic who is transporting a patient withchest pain that is unrelieved by three sublingual nitroglycerin tablets.Whichprioritycollaborative care intervention should be implemented on the patient’s arrival?
The surgeon has explained the coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) procedure to a patient.Afterward the patient asks the nurse why he “just can’t get more stents.” How can the nurseexplain the difference between these procedures?
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Term
Fall
Professor
MaryMishler
Tags
Atherosclerosis, stable angina, angina pectoris

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