What information should The unit council in the telemetry unit gather to study whether client education about resuming sexual activity after an acute myocardial infarction (MI) is being taught?
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A. The percentage of clients on the unit diagnosed with an acute MI who were taught about resuming sexual activity B. The quality of teaching by the nurses who educate the acute MI clients on the telemetry unit C. The amount of education the acute MI clients received on the telemetry unit D. The nurses assessment of the quality of client education about resuming sexual activity after an acute MI
A myocardial infarction is otherwise known as MI and it is a problem that occurs due to blockage of blood to the heart or the heart stops for another reason. Most commonly, people know this medical problem as a heart attack. If a patient has an acute heart attack, then it is still a serious issue but patients usually recover after that.
To recover from a heart attack or a myocardial infarction, you may have to change parts of your lifestyle. You need to know how to take care of you by realizing the medicine you need to take. Also, you may be fearful and things may be affected including your ability to exercise which also affects your sexual activity.
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 council needs to identify the number of clients who were taught, not the quality of the teaching. only education about resuming sexual activity is pertinent to this performance improvement study. the nurses assessment of the quality of client education isnt pertinent to this study either.client needs category: safe, effective care environmentclient needs subcategory: management of carecognitive level: analysisreference: taylor, c., et al. fundamentals of nursing: the art and science of nursing care, 6th ed. philadelphia: lippincott williams & wilkins, 2008, p. 344.