Left ventricular overload.
Impending circulatory collapse.
Extracellular electrolyte imbalances.
Insufficient oxygen reaching the heart muscle.
Electrical conduction of the myocardium.
Oxygenation and perfusion of the heart.
Contractile status of the ventricles.
Physical integrity if the muscle.
Take one tablet every 2 to 5 min until the pain subsides.
Take one tablet and rest for 10minutes. Call the physician is the pain persists after 10minutes.
Take one tablet, then an additional tablet every 5 minutes for a total of three tablets. all the physician if pain persists after three tablets.
Take one tablet. If pain persists after 5 minutes, take two tablets. If pain still persists 5 minutes after, call the physician.
CVP=7 cm.; H2O
Serum potassium = 4m Eq/L
Hourly urine output = 30 to 60 mls.
"You will experience warm sensation as the contrast medium is injected."
"You will receive anesthesia."
"You will be placed in a tunnel- like device."
"You have to tell me if you have any allergy to seafoods."
Fixed rate pacemaker
Demand rate pacemaker
Dyspnea, crackles, ankle edema
Engorged neck vein, enlarged liver, weight gain
Hemoptysis, hypertension, pallor
Syncope, hemolytic anemia, clubbing of fingers
It last for more than 30minutes.
It radiates to the entire chest, neck and left arm.
It is relieved by rest.
It is crushing in character.
Taking a warm bath.
Having frequent rest period.
Eating a large meal.
Avoiding exposure to cold.
Elevated SGOT (AST)
Elevated SGPT (ALT)
Place the client in semi-Fowler's position.
Administer oxygen by small cannula as ordered.
Encourage use of bedpan for defecation
Provide low sodium, low fat and low cholesterol diet.