Huether S McCance K 2012 Understanding pathophysiology Laureate custom Ed St

Huether s mccance k 2012 understanding

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Huether, S., & McCance, K. (2012). Understanding pathophysiology (Laureate custom Ed.). St. Louis, MO: Mosby.
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o Increase in capillary pressure o Pulmonary and peripheral Edema o Impaired gas exchange-Dyspnea o Confusion o Restlessness o Pulmonary crackles o Decrease 02 saturation o Increased PcO2 o Cyanosis o Dysrhythmias o Jugular vein distention o Ascites, hepatomegaly o Unexplained weight gain o Pitting edema o Nocturia Signs and Symptoms Heart Disease Facts. (2015). Retrieved from Physical assessment Review of symptoms Heart Cath Stress test BNP (lab testing) Diagnosis
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Treatment Rest Relief of anxiety Decrease cardiac workload Oxygen Lasix with replacement Potassium Hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ) Digoxin Vasodilators ACE inhibitors >Captopril >Lisinopril >Vasotec >Monopril >Accupril Nitrates McPhee, & Hammer (2012). Pathophysiology of disease: An introduction to clinical medicine ( custom ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Medical.
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Increase in capillary pressure, Pulmonary and peripheral Edema, Impaired gas exchange-Dyspnea, Pitting edema Confusion, Restlessness, Pulmonary crackles Decrease 02 saturation, Increased PcO2, Cyanosis Dysrhythmias, Jugular vein distention, Ascites, hepatomegaly, Unexplained weight gain
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