Right-sided heart failure.
Acute pulmonary edema.
Control headache pain.
Enhance the immune response.
Prevent intracranial bleeding.
Reduce platelet agglutination.
Decreased cardiac output related to depressed myocardial function, fluid volume deficit, or impaired electrical conduction
Anxiety related to an actual threat to health status, invasive procedures, and pain
Ineffective family coping related to knowledge deficit and a temporary change in family dynamics
Hypothermia related to exposure to cold temperatures and a long cardiopulmonary bypass time
Gender, obesity, family history, and smoking.
Inactivity, stress, gender, and smoking.
Obesity, inactivity, diet, and smoking.
Stress, family history, and obesity.
Stop the heparin infusion immediately.
Notify the physician.
Administer a coumarin derivative, as prescribed, to counteract heparin.
Reassure the client that bleeding gums are a normal effect of heparin.
Hemorrhage and shock
Shortness of breath.
Lower substernal abdominal pain.
Diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, and heredity
Diabetes, age, and gender
Age, gender, and heredity
Diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, and hypertension
The client is experiencing heart failure.
The client is going into cardiogenic shock.
The client shows signs of aneurysm rupture.
The client is in the early stage of right-sided heart failure.
Increase in blood pressure
Increase in blood volume
Low serum potassium level
High serum sodium level