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ischemia. She should be assessed for other symptoms that may indicate an underlying problem. With no other symptoms, it can be assumed that the dysrhythmia is benign since it is so common in children.Tina’s 68-year-old paternal aunt struggles with controlling her hypertension andhigh cholesterol. What concerns might you have concerning all body systems, andhow would this change your assessment? What teaching points would you reviewwith Tina’s paternal aunt?Student Response: Hypertension leads to blood vessel constriction and patients becomes high risk for cardiovascular and peripheral vascular disorders,stroke,renal failure.High cholesterol can lead to the narrowing of the arteries and is an etiological factor for hypertension.Assessment is focused on cardiovascular ,renal and peripheral vascular systems.Educate about the healthy life style including regular tolerable exercises,avoid salt and fatty foods, intake of leafy vegetables and fruits,regular intake of prescribed medications and treatment plan.