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Along with persistent, crushing chest pain, which signs/symptoms would make the nurse suspect that the client is experiencing a myocardial infarction?
Diaphoresis and cool clammy skin. – these are systemic reaction
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Which of the following best describes symptoms of diabetes mellitus? A.loss of coordination on one side, slurred speech, and difficulty concentrating B.flu-like symptoms, headache, and stiff neck C.crushing chest pain, nausea, weakness, and fatigue D.excessive urination, thirst, and hunger
D.excessive urination, thirst, and hunger
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14. Along with persistent, crushing chest pain, which signs/symptoms would make the nurse suspect that the client is experiencing a myocardial infarction? 1. Midepigastric pain and pyrosis. 2. Diaphoresis and cool clammy skin. 3. Intermittent claudication and pallor. 4. Jugular vein distention and dependent edema.
2. Diaphoresis (sweating) is a systemic reaction to the MI. The body vasoconstricts to shunt blood from the periphery to the trunk of the body; this, in turn, leads to cold, clammy skin. Wrong 1. Midepigastric pain would support a diagnosis of peptic ulcer disease; pyrosis is belching. 3. Intermittent claudication is leg pain secondary to decreased oxygen to the muscle, and pallor is paleness of the skin as a result of decreased blood supply. Neither is an early sign of MI. 4. Jugular vein distension (JVD) and dependent edema are signs/symptoms of congestive heart failure, not of MI.
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