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What is normal oxygenation?
Name the three cardiac enzymes?
A negative Troponin suggest what?
If the patient has an elevated BNP what else should we be looking for?
The SA node sits in which atrium?
How many vessels feed the heart muscle?
Blood flows out the left ventricle into the ……….
The widow maker is a blockage in this artery?
This is the first medication you should administer to a patient when suspecting a myocardial infarction
MONA stands for…..
You have administered three NTG-SL your next step should be…
After applying nasal canula oxygen the nurse should……
The patient says, “I am going to throw up!” Your next action is to……
Which do you do first? Give NTG sublingual or Start an IV access
The patient blood pressure has dropped to 80/60 after one dose of NTG-SL, EKG is normal and they still have chest pain, what should you stop doing?
The patient is having chest pain and you have to go to the bathroom, which is your priority?
What is normal oxygenation? O2 Saturation of %
Name the three cardiac enzymes? CPK LDH AST
A negative Troponin suggest what? No cardiac muscle damage
If the patient has an elevated BNP what else should we be looking for? Congestive Heart Failure
The SA node sits in which atrium? Right Atrium
How many vessels feed the heart muscle? Three Right Coronary Left Anterior Descending Left Circumflex
Blood flows out the left ventricle into the ………. Aorta
The widow maker is a blockage in this artery? Proximal Left Anterior Descending
This is the first medication you should administer to a patient when suspecting a myocardial infarction Oxygen
MONA stands for….. Morphine Oxygen Nitrogen Aspirin
You have administered three NTG-SL your next step should be… Stat EKG Start NTG IV Call Physician
After applying nasal canula oxygen the nurse should…… Check patient’s blood pressure
The patient says, “I am going to throw up!” Your next action is to…… Hand them a basin
Which do you do first? Give NTG sublingual or Start an IV access Start an IV access: if the patient’s blood pressure drops due to the NTG, you will never be able to get an IV access in.
The patient blood pressure has dropped to 80/60 after one dose of NTG-SL and the EKG is normal. What should you stop doing? Stop administering NTG-SL
The patient is having chest pain and you have to go to the bathroom, which is your priority? The patient having chest pain
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