Chief complaint Severe chest pain for 2 hours
first thought? Is this an acute coronary syndrome?
FIRST THINGS FIRST: Any patient with a
suspected acute coronary syndrome should
chew 160-325 mg of ASA; one simple therapy
is associated with a 35-day mortal
Top 100 drugs for 2017
You need to make medication cards for each drug: you need to know classifications, MOA, side effects
and patient teaching.
Heart MattersAll Things Cardiac
Barb Bancroft RN, MSN, PNP
OK, so what are we going to do today?
Risk factors for heart disease
Drugs used to treat cardiovascular conditions
Lab Tests for cardiac risks and functionlipid profile,
Complete each statement.
1. Round your answer to the nearest whole number.
A patient is receiving lidocaine at 15 mL/h. The concentration of lidocaine is 2 g/500 mL of D5W.
Calculate the milligrams per minute the patient is receiv