1) Which of the following client conditions put a client at risk for Obstructive Shock? Select all that apply.

2) A nurse needs to make a referral to cardiac rehabilitation for a client who is recovering from a heart attack. Which describes an example of a barrier the nurse would experience in making a referral? Select all that apply.

3) A 56-year-old patient is being seen at the primary care clinic for follow-up after having chest pain. He tells the nurse, I think I had a heart attack yesterday but it could have just been chest pain. It still hurts some, though. The physician orders a troponin level and an ECG. Which response from the nurse is most appropriate?

4) A 77-year-old patient is seen in the ED for chest pain; the patient believes he has had a heart attack. The physician orders lab work to determine if damage has been done to the heart muscle. Which lab test is a cardiac enzyme that would be ordered to check for heart damage?

5) A patient who has recovered from a heart attack will be moved to a different room in the hospital and placed on telemetry. As the nurse is connecting the leads to the patient, he says, Why do I have to wear this? What information should the nurse give this patient about telemetry? Select all that apply.

6) What heart valve is identified in this image?

What heart valve is identified in this image?

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