Angina pectoris

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  • Causes Of Congestive Heart Failure

    is the main cause of a myocardial infarction. Many patients that have an acute myocardial infarction often have chest pains that indicate the lack of oxygen to the heart muscle. Some signs and symptoms of an acute myocardial infarction include angina pectoris such as tightness of the chest or a heaviness with a crushing oppressive quality. Pain that will radiate to other parts of the body such as the jaw or the extremities. Nausea, vomiting, and sweating are other symptoms that usually indicate…

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  • Common Signs And Symptoms And Risk Factors For Anemia

    anemia. The other signs include pasty or sallow complexion or no color in the palms, gums, nails beds, and lining of eyelids. People who are weak, get tired easily are often out of breath, and feels dizzy are severely anemic (Laberge, Frey, Longe).Angina pectoris, pica, headache, difficulty in concentrating, irregular heartbeat, heavy breathing, sweating, and thirst are some of the symptoms of anemia. Mild to moderate anemia has or may have mild symptoms or none to be noticed. The signs and…

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  • Circulatory Coronary System

    There are multiple factors that contribute to the build-up of plaque in the vessels and in turn, the development of atherosclerosis (Silverthorn et al., 2009 p327). The disease attacks different arteries in the body, but the most harmful conditions involve damages to the vessels of the brain and the heart (Silverthorn et al., 2009 p329). Understanding of the structures and mechanisms that take place in the heart and the brain to allow for blood distribution is a critical component for anyone…

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  • Chronic Bronchitis Case Study Essay

    1. What clinical findings are likely in R.S. as a consequence of his COPD B? There are multiple types of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), COPD “characterized by chronic and recurrent obstruction of airflow in the pulmonary airways (Porth & Matfin, 2009). The recurrent obstruction makes it difficult for a person to breath overtime this problem occurs in the lower respiratory tract. COPD compromises the flow of air in the lungs this causes less oxygen that is being circulated…

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  • Pharmacology Research Assignment

    Pharmacology Research Assignment Part A Mary’s Conditions Clear, concise description of each condition at a pathophysiological level (2 each) Signs and symptoms that would be seen clinically (1 each) State which meds are taken for each condition (1 each) Explanation of how the drug relieves the symptoms of each condition at a physiological level (2 each) Comments/Mark hypertension a sustained, raised blood pressure over more than one reading (equal to or greater than 140/90 mm Hg (Lewis, 2014…

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  • How To Write An Essay On The Cardiovascular System

    Cardiovascular System Have you ever felt your heart racing before a big exam? How about after running a marathon? That fast, steady pace, making you breathe heavily. This is part of your cardiovascular system. A larger system made up of your heart system and circulatory system. The heart works to push out about 5 liters, on average, of blood every minute, to the organs, tissues and cells of the human body. This hard working organ, fully matured is only about the size of your clenched fist. Each…

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  • Erickson's Development Theory

    According to Erickson’s stages of development theory my patient is in the adulthood stage ranging from 40-64 years of age. He’s 50 years old. This range represents generativity vs. stagnation and significant relationships are focused on those in the house hold and workmates. The primary concern is in guiding the next generation and contributing to society. My patient is the only source of income for his self and his family and has been for the past 30 years. He makes a decent amount of money and…

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  • Clinical Manifestation: A Case Study

    Clinical Manifestations “Some stated that healthcare providers who deny the existence of symptoms have never lived with HTN,” (Patros, Schlomann, Schmitke & Virgin, 2012). When healthcare providers disregard the symptoms the client expresses, the clients’ felt undetermined efforts to express themselves. “Participants described the following symptoms: headache, facial flushing, being tired, dizziness, blurring of vision, seeing stars, patting in the temple area, rapid heart rate, swelling,…

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  • Sherlock Holmes: The Mystery Of Baskerville Hall

    SELECTED TEXT CHAPTER IX. Second Report of Dr. Watson THE LIGHT UPON THE MOOR Baskerville Hall, Oct. 15th. My dear Holmes: If I was compelled to leave you without much news during the early days of my mission you must acknowledge that I am making up for lost time, and that events are now crowding thick and fast upon us. In my last report I ended upon my top note with Barrymore at the window, and now I have quite a budget already which will, unless I am much mistaken, considerably surprise you.…

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  • Coronary Artery Atherosclerosis Case Study

    and hydrogen ions. Coronary artery atherosclerosis is a progressive disease related to and accumulating atheroma (fibrous fatty plaque), which damage the supporting vessels of the heart and eventually progress to cardiac complications such as angina pectoris, MI, heart failure, and extracardiac complications.…

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