Unit 1: Discussion – Myocardial Infarction 1200w.due 1-10-22

Initial Response-800 words

Read the following case study and answer the posed questions:
Mr. T., a 45-year-old black man employed as a midlevel corporate manager, came to the doctor’s office seeking a physical examination. He appeared somewhat overweight. He denied taking any medications or smoking, but admitted drinking alcohol. His father and older brother have hypertension (HTN) and his paternal grandfather experienced a myocardial infarction (MI) and a CVA at a young age. Mr. T. stated, “A year ago at a health fair my cholesterol was tested. I was told later by mail that my cholesterol was 250 and I had to recheck my blood pressure.” His Bp at the time of his examination was 159/94, HR 96, weight 275, height 5’11 in.

200 words
. Using the attached text
(CHAPTER 31 Angina and Myocardial Infarction) and link to Explain the progressive pathophysiologic relationship between an MI and the development of left ventricular (LV) failure.


200 words.
What factors affect the severity of LV failure?

Next, visit 

http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/dvt/facts.html Links to an external site.
 and access resources about deep vein thrombosis.


200 words
. Document the manifestations and management of clients with deep vein thrombosis.
CHAPTER 35 Peripheral Vascular Diseases page 225.


200 words
. Submit a summary of some of the things you learned from this video. 

Please be sure to validate your opinions and ideas with citations and references in APA format.

Peer Response -400 words

Look at your course colleagues’ responses. 

200 words
. From your advanced practice mindset reflect on a discussion you would like to have with two of your course colleagues about their responses.


200 words
. Post a response individually to each of them that expresses your advanced practice nursing role perspective of the data represented in their response.

Use scholarly resources relevant to your advanced practice nursing role to support the key elements of the peer discussions you construct. [For example – if you are a nurse educator (clinical or academic) what are your thoughts about their ability to follow task instructions for constructing the assignment, etc.?; if you a nurse leader what are your thoughts about the success of their application of a process improvement model, etc.?; if you are a nurse practitioner what are your observations about the non-conventional modality presented in the schemata, can you locate any evidence or the foundational basic sciences that support the modality, etc?
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