Describe the pathophysiology (cause, progression and outcome) of Angina
Describe the pathophysiology (cause, progression and outcome) of Angina. Include in your answer risk factors for Angina and the treatment options for Angina. Demonstrate links to Jon’s case (ie. What has been commenced for Jon in terms of preventative pharmacology and what preventative strategies would be appropriate in his case?). (400 words)
When you arrive at Jon’s bedside, he tells you he is experiencing severe chest pain after having his shower. You take an initial set of vital signs: Temp 35.8, Pulse irregular 110 bpm, BP 110/90, RR 24, SaO2 93% room air.
1.2 Discuss THREE types of physical nursing assessments that would be appropriate for Jon’s complaint (excluding vital signs) you would initiate for Jon and provide a description of each of these in the context of Jon’s complaint with rationale as to why these would be your priority. (400 words)
1.3 Discuss THREE nursing interventions (excluding pharmacological) you would initiate and provide rationale as to how these would improve physiological outcomes of Jon’s chest pain. (400 words). Nursing interventions would include nursing activities or actions that the nurse could initiate in response to nursing assessment findings.