Anaemia and unstable angina anaemia can disturb the balance between myocardial oxygen supply and demand: a decrease in the number of red blood cells can lead to a reduction in the supply of oxygen to the myocardium thus correction of the causative factor would be sensible in the treatment of unstable angina for the patient in context mr. Patients with unstable angina represent a heterogeneous population therefore, the clinician must obtain a focused history of the patient’s symptoms and coronary risk factors and immediately review the electrocardiogram (ecg) to develop an early risk stratification (see prognosis) initially.
Not suitable for day-to-day use as injection – only for acute situations (eg unstable angina) requires careful dilution and use of speciﬁc types of syringes and infusion lines (case study level 1–angina, completed) [end_columns] general references clinical knowledge summaries (2003) angina. With unstable angina, symptoms may (1) occur at rest (2) become more frequent, severe, or prolonged than the usual pattern of angina (3) change from the usual pattern of angina or (4) not respond to rest or nitroglycerin. So, im working on my unstable angina case study, however the ed nurse already stared all the basic interventions (asprin, nitrate, o2) but yet i have to think of the top 3 nursing diagnosis and their interventions. Conclusion: the patient has stable or exertional angina as indicated by the consistent onset of symptoms at the same double product and nature of symptomatology.
Clinical note age 58 sex m date chief complaint pain on my chest on and off for the past six months history of present illness mr solomon is a 58 year old insurance broker who presents tonight in the office following an episode of chest pain that he experienced earlier in the day during a golf game although he minimizes the severity of. • new-onset exertional angina • angina of increasing frequency or duration or refractory to nitroglycerin • angina at rest 3 how is the diagnosis of unstable angina made • a diagnosis of unstable angina requires determination of the likelihood of cad and assessment of the severity of presentation.
A 57-year-old woman with unstable angina case study restored the hematocrit to approximately 28% during 2 weeks of diagnostic workup, the patient had several episodes of angina after her hematocrit dropped below 25% she was admitted twice to the hospital for transfusion of red blood cells. Stable angina stable angina is generally characterized by pain on exertion (or with emotional excitement), depression of the st segment, consistent double product occurrence, and is usually due to ischemia due to poor perfusion from the coronary arteries caused by some sort of fixed obstruction as occurs in atherosclerosis and chd.
Case study on unstable angina submitted by: ms cayas, jennylyn ms moleta, hazel joyce bsn-iii, rle group 2 submitted to: ms ma nicoleta m dizon i abstract, identification and introduction unstable angina generally represents a condition more serious than chronic stable angina pectoris. Let us write or edit the case study on your topic unstable angina and hyperosmolar hypoglycaemic nontetotic with a personal 20% discount. Stable angina: a case study the patient: 45 year old male symptoms: chest pain on exercise and during sexual intercourse exercise tolerance test shows pain occurring at consistent double product ekg shows st segment depression during exercise but not during rest.
Fraker td jr, fihn sd, gibbons rj, et al 2007 chronic angina focused update of the acc/aha 2002 guidelines for the management of patients with chronic stable angina: a report of the american college of cardiology/american heart association task force on practice guidelines writing group to develop the focused update of the 2002 guidelines for the management of patients with chronic stable angina. Full text full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version get a printable copy (pdf file) of the complete article (715k), or click on a page image below to browse page by page.