MS_1_CAD & Acute Coronary Dz

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vanwin
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MS_1_CAD & Acute Coronary Dz
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2014-07-29 16:37:26
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MedsurgII nursing MSII
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UT Tyler nursing
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  1. Obesity BMI # & normal waist circumference
    • BMI: 30
    • female waist: <35in
    • male waist: <40in
  2. lipid levels associated with ↑ risk of CAD
    • cholesterol > 200 or
    • fasting triglyceride higher than 150
  3. When to check lipid levels
    every 5 years after 20
  4. Lid diet control (3)
    • decrease saturated fat
    • increased complex carbs, fruits & vegies
    • total fat <30 of calories
  5. examples of saturated (5)
    • red meats
    • processed foods
    • palmoil
    • coconut oil
    • cocobutter
  6. Examples of unsaturated fats (5)
    • canola oil
    • olive oil
    • nuts
    • fish
    • walnuts
  7. Statin MoA, SE, Nursing Implications
    • MoA: lipid lowering ( inhibit synthesis of cholesterol)
    • SE: rhabdomyolysis
    • Nursing Implications: obs for muscle problems, check liver functions
  8. Rhabdomyolosis
    rapid muscle wasting r/t break down, leads to kidney failure
  9. Vitorin patient teaching
    avoid grapefruit
  10. Chronic Stable Angina on ECG
    depressed ST segment
  11. unstable angina nursing management (7)
    • pain control
    • O2 & vital signs
    • ECG
    • start 2 lrg bore IV
    • nitro for pain then morphine
    • monitor cardio status
    • promote comfort
  12. Nursing goals to maintain during MI (4)
    • maintain cardiac output
    • rest; decrease o2 demand by heart
    • monitor ECG (rhythm status)
    • pain control; o2, nitro morphine
  13. Cardiac Catheterization (5)
    • inform consent needed
    • IV sedation
    • dye contrast; warm flushing,
    • assess heart afterwards
    • *ask iodine allergy
  14. Fibrinolytic goal for therapy of acute MI
    • within 6hrs of symptom onset
    • or
    • within 30 mins of ER arrival
  15. Fibrinolytic therapy contraindications (3)
    • recent surgery
    • stroke
    • suspect of aorta disection
  16. post CABG nursing considerations (8)
    • mechanical ventilation
    • 2 chest tubes
    • hemodynamic monitorying
    • epicardial monitoring
    • pacing wires
    • foley
    • IV
    • cardiac monitoring

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