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Cardio
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2011-05-23 22:03:39
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  1. Most closely associated with the use of Nitroglycerin
    Headache
  2. Torsades-des-pointes, is caused by
    HypoMagnesemia
  3. Which electrolyte shortens QT intervals
    HeyperCalcemia
  4. EKG rhythm strip P-Waves regular, HR 64. What kind of rhythm?
    Normal Sinus Rhythm
  5. Which central line lies in the Superior Vena Cava
    Central Venus Catheter
  6. Stress test is used to
    See how the heart finctions during exercise
  7. Potassium is important to heart because
    It can alter cardiac muscle
  8. The most frequent NSR with PVC
    HypoKalemia
  9. Someone with Hypokalemia, what electrolyte has to be changed?
    Magnesium
  10. If a person had an MI, an increase of cardiac enzyme will occur
    In 4-6 hrs
  11. The usual insertion for Swans-Ganz is
    Subclavian Vein
  12. Which position can these ressures be most accurate?
    0-6- degree angle
  13. _____ is a difference of pressure of 10 degree angle plus difference between expiring and inspiring:
    Pulsus Paradoxus
  14. Resulting HypoKalemia
    • -GI loses
    • -Chronic steroid therapy
    • -Diuretic therapy with insuicient replacement
  15. Person on Coumadine
    Cabbage
  16. Serum cardiac markers
    • -CK-MD
    • -Myoglobin
    • -Troponin
  17. WOF is ass with R sided heart failure
    Nocturia/Nocturnal Polyuria
  18. _____ cord like structure attached to the mitral and tricuspid valve
    Chordae Tendineae
  19. _____ acute comp of heart due to pericardial fl. acc. results in
    Cardiac Tamponade
  20. Nurse in ICU receiving hemodynamic monitoring care. Which nursing dx can be used
    • _Fluid volume deficit
    • -Fluid volume excess
    • -Decrease cardiac output
    • -Ineffective tissue perfusion

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