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The correct answer to this question is C. After a myocardial injury, Troponin I levels rise rapidly and are detectable within the hour, but Troponin I levels are not detectable in people who have not suffered a cardiac injury. Lactate dehydrogenase is present in almost all body tissues bu...Read More

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CAD refers to coronary artery disease and it is very dangerous to the patient. If someone has coronary artery disease, then they have a cardiovascular disease. There are many different types that affect the heart. Many people who suffer from one of these diseases would have pain in their chest....Read More

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The percentage of clients on the unit diagnosed with an acute mi who were taught about resuming sexual activity-rationale: the unit council needs to assess the number of clients diagnosed with an acute mi on the telemetry unit who were actually taught about resuming sexual activity. the unit...Read More

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Lowers resistance, reduces cardiac workload, and decreases myocardial oxygen demand.-rationale: when given to treat acute mi, morphine eliminates pain, reduces venous return to the heart, reduces vascular resistance, reduces cardiac workload, and reduces the oxygen demand of the heart. morphine...Read More

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Oxygen is one of the most important things that most organs in the body live off of. In order to be healthy, some people may need oxygenation. This means that certain organs were not getting enough oxygen and are needing more. This is where oxygenation comes into play. Myocardial oxygenation...Read More

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The answer to this is letter B. This refers to 25 ml/hour. There is a formula that should be followed in order to reach this conclusion. The total volume divided by the total time of infusion in hours. If we would be using the details that are mentioned above, the formula would read ml/hour100...Read More

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Digoxin consumption can result in poisoning, but oddly enough digoxin toxicity can come from the consumption of certain medicines that contain digoxin or from eating the plant foxglove which contains something like digoxin. Both of these problems after resulting in poisoning due to consuming...Read More

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The defibrillator won\ t deliver a shock if the synchronizer switch is turned on.-rationale: the nurse needs to check the synchronizer switch to ensure the switch is turned off. the defibrillator wont deliver a shock to the client in ventricular fibrillation if the synchronizer switch is turned on...Read More

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1. elevate the client's head to 90 degrees.- rationale: as the right upper abdomen (the area over the liver) is compressed for 30 to 40 seconds, the nurse observes the internal jugular vein. If the internal jugular vein becomes distended, a client has positive hepatojugular reflux....Read More

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When someone loses fluid too fast, they need for it to be replaced or they may suffer from dehydration or something worse. This person may have lost fluid quickly by sweating or bleeding. When this happens, the fluids must be replaced. They may undergo fluid replacement therapy either by...Read More

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