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Mr. Smith is complaining of fatigue and GI distress. His peripheral venous pressure is elevated and you notice that his jugular veins are distended and his hands and feet are swollen. You suspect he has:
Right sided heart failure.
Mr. Smith is coughing up a pink frothy sputum. He is restless and confused and is having trouble breathing when lying down (orthopnea). You see cyanosis on his hands and feet. You suspect he has:
left sided heart failure
National Cholestorol education panel recomends a total cholesterol level of
<200 mg/dL
200-239 is borderline high
Mr. Smith has a total cholesterol level of 241 mg/dL and a HDL cholesterol level of 35. He is 59, smokes and has hypertension. He is at risk for:
Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)
Mrs. Smith gets vasospasms in the arteries and arterioles of her fingers and toes that cause them to turn pale. she has:
Raynaud's diseas