Right sided valve damage
Left sided valve damage
Left-sided heart failure
Left ventricular hypertrophy
Decreasing blood pressure and increasing mobility
Increasing blood pressure and reducing mobility
Stabilizing the heart rate and blood pressure and easing anxiety
Increasing blood pressure and monitoring fluid intake and output
Prothrombin time (PT)
Partial thromboplastin time (PTT)
Assessing the patency of the airway
Administering I.V. medications
Administering a countershock of 200 joules
Breathing for the client after inserting an endotracheal (ET) tube
Dry, nonproductive cough
Elevated WBC count
Fever, chest discomfort, and elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR)
Low urine output secondary to left ventricular dysfunction
Lethargy, anorexia, and heart failure
Pitting edema, chest discomfort, and nonspecific ST-segment elevation
Jugular vein distention
Being the CEO of a company
Being 30 y/o
"When I finish the rehabilitation program I'll never have to worry about heart trouble again."
"I won't be able to jog again even with rehabilitation."
"Rehabilitation will help me function as well as I physically can."
"I'll get rest during these rehabilitation classes. All I have to do is sit and listen to the instructor."