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A patient has heart failure with a normal ejection

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A patient has Heart Failure with a normalejection fraction. Which findings are mostlikely found in this patient? (select all thatapply)A. High Cardiac outputB. Pulmonary CongestionC. EdemaD. Ejection fraction greater than 50%E. Ejection fraction less than 45%B. Pulmonary CongestionC. EdemaD. Ejection fraction greater than 50%
3/22/2021WCU patho FINAL review Flashcards | QuizletThe most common causes of HeartFailure are (select all that apply).
10/17prolonged __________.
A patient with Forward Effects of HeartFailure may present with Whichsymptoms? (select all that apply)
Dysrhythmias are significant since they(select all that apply)
A patient's ECG lacks recognizablewaveforms and is deemed to be in sinusarrest. The patient's sinus arrest may be aresult of (select all that apply)A. MIB. electrical shockC. electrolyte disturbanceD. acidosisE. alkalosisA. MIB. electrical shockC. electrolyte disturbanceD. acidosis
Chronic elevation of myocardial wall
tension results in ________.First-degree block is identified by a
3/22/2021WCU patho FINAL review Flashcards | QuizletAllergic (extrinsic) asthma is associatedwithIgE mediated airway inflammationcopious amounts of foul-smelling sputumare generally associated withbronchiectasisEmphysema results from destruction ofalveolar walls and capillaries, which isdue torelease of proteolytic enzymes from immune cellschronic bronchitis often leads to corpulmonale because ofincreased pulmonary vascular resistanceall obstructive pulmonary disorders arecharacterized byresistance to airflowAsthma is categorized as a (n)Obstructive pulmonary disorderWhich pulmonary function test result is
11/17patient with asthma produces largequantities of:
consistent with a diagnosis of asthma?After evaluation, a child's asthma is
characterized as "extrinsic." This meansthat the asthma is:Cystic Fibrosis is associated withBronchiectasisCroup is characterized by:a barking coughObstructive disorders are associated withlow expiratory flow ratesCOPD leads to a Barrel Chest, because it
causes:When exposed to inhaled allergens, a
3/22/2021WCU patho FINAL review Flashcards | Quizlet12/17In individuals who have asthma, exposureto an allergen to which they aresensitized leads to which

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