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It is done by infusion of dobutamine to increase

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IT IS DONE BY INFUSION OF DOBUTAMINE TO INCREASE MYOCARDIAL OXYGEN DEMAND. 381
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MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION: MOST PATIENTS OF A.MI. PRESENT WITH CHEST PAIN, BUT INITIALLY THE DIAGNOSIS OF A.MI. IS NOT CERTAIN. THUS ALL PATIENTS PRESENTING WITH CHEST PAIN ARE INITIALLY CLASSIFIED INTO ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROMES. ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME INCLUDE UNSTABLE ANGINA, NON ST ELEVATED MI AND ST ELEVATED M.I. THE INITIAL MANAGEMENT AND DIAGNOSIS OF ALL THE PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME IS SAME. 382
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IT INCLUDES OXYGEN ADMINISTRATION. ANALGESIA. OPIOIDS (MORPHINE) NITROGLYCERINE RELIEF OF ISCHEMIA, RELIEVES PAIN. ASPIRIN. (MONA) ONCE THE INITIAL MANAGEMENT IS OVER, THE SUBSEQUENT MANAGEMENT DEPENDS UPON THE E. C. G FINDINGS OF THE PATIENT. 383
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HYPERTENSION 390
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391 Ans. is 'a' i.e., Essential Hypertension. . Most common cause of Hypertension in adults is Essential Hypertension. - Essential (primary or idiopathic) hypertension is the most common cause of hypertension in adolescents and adults.
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A HIGH DIETARY INTAKE OF SODIUM IS ASSOCIATED WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF HYPERTENSION. SOME INDIVIDUALS ARE PARTICULARLY SENSITIVE TO SODIUM IN THE DIET AND ARE REFERRED TO AS BEING SODIUM SENSITIVE. IN ALL HYPERTENSIVE INDIVIDUALS DIETARY SODIUM INTAKE SHOULD BE REDUCED. A REASONABLE GOAL IS TO REDUCE DAILY SODIUM INTAKE TO < 100 MEQ/DAY. 396
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  • Winter '16
  • jean grey
  • Cardiology, Ans., Constrictive pericarditis

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