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Aubryknight
Answered: Sep 10, 2017

Why would you prescribe an ACE when the JNC8 recommendations is to treat a BPof >140/90 ages 18-59 and150/90 for those 60 and older?

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E. Austin
Answered: Jan 17, 2019
The type of test that is used in order to pinpoint if the person is suffering from pericarditis is to do a cardiac CT. This will be effective in checking the thickness of the pericardium. There...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jan 24, 2020
200j-see guideline 11.5 of the australian guidelines, and page 45 of the uk guidelines.for rectilinear biphasic waveforms the energy should be greater than 120j, and for truncated exponenetial...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jan 24, 2020
Cardiomyopathy (disease of the muscle of the heart) is a series of progressive events that culminates in impaired cardiac output and can lead to heart failure, sudden death, or...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jan 24, 2020
Avoid physical exercise-aortic regurgitation back up of blood from the left ventricle. has no period of rest. result of lesions affecting the integrity of the valves. affects the closing of the...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jan 24, 2020
Complete atb-2. oral hygiene-3. infection prevention-any of the layers of the heart may be affected by an infectious process.diseases are named by the layer of the heart that is affected.diagnosis...Read More

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W. Pratt, Marketing Analyst
Answered: May 01, 2019
The correct answer is option D
The right ventricle is the heart chamber most likely to have been opened had the blade penetrated completely.
The heart is an organ located in the...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jan 24, 2020
Atb, aspirin and corticosteroids-occurs most often in school-age children, after group a beta-hemolytic streptococcal pharyngitis. (strep infect prior to 3 weeks. pericardial and myocardial tissue...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: May 15, 2017
Chest pressure lasting 20 minutes that occurs at rest, that is all.

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John Adney
Answered: Jul 08, 2017

Visual changes are more likely to occur with glycosides, such as a blue green vision. Halo or flickering lights does not pertain to them.

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John Adney
Answered: May 31, 2017
I agree 10 pound wt loss, the others are not called for at this level.

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John Smith
Answered: Jan 24, 2020
1 shock followed by 2 minutes of cpr (chest compressions/ventilation)-see guideline 11.2 of the australian guidelines and page 44 of the uk guidelines.there are no studies comparing 3 stacked shocks...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jan 24, 2020
Every 3-5 minutes-2. after the second shock and with alternate shocks-see guideline 11.6 page 3 of the australian guidelines and page 46 of the uk guidelines.the immediate resumption of cpr...Read More

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