Atrial Fibrillation Essays and Term Papers

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Atrial Fibrillation

... as verapamil are some of the avilable medications that try to improve the atrial refractory period to control AF. [Josephson, 2003] Restoration of cardiac rhythm by means of electrical ...…[more]

Words: 1046 (3 Pages) Sources: 3 Topic: Medical Nursing Citation Style: None

Nursing Implications For Effective Management Of Atrial Fibrillation

... of Atrial Fibrillation. I found an interesting article from the International Journal of Nursing Studies which outlined a randomized controlled study performed at an outpatient Atrial Fibrillation clinic of a hospital in the Netherlands. The article is titled, "An……[more]

Words: 430 (2 Pages) Topic: Nursing Document Type: Research Paper

Cardiology

... atrial tissue that had been stretched. These findings offer a plausible explanation for atrial fibrillation after heart surgery. It was also found that atrial fibrillation begets atrial fibrillation. Once the heart starts fibrillating it tends to develop a ...…[more]

Words: 3811 (11 Pages) Sources: 20 Topic: Medical general Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: Harvard

Directions Refer Milestone 2 Nursing Diagnosis Care Plan Guidelines Grading Rubric Found Doc Sharing Complete Information This Assignment Worth 250 Points 10 Points Awarded Clarity Writing Means Proper Grammar Spelling Medical Language

... Mexican-born retired bus driver with a relevant past medical history of atrial fibrillation and deep vein thrombosis treated with Coumadin who presents with ...…[more]

Words: 1021 (4 Pages) Sources: 4 Topic: Not Specified Document Type: Essays

Warfarin Vs Debagatrin In

... and inhibiting thrombin, thus preventing clots from forming. Atrial fibrillation patients often suffer from coronary artery disease, so the ... FDA approves Pradaxa to prevent stroke in people with atrial fibrillation." U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 19 Oct. 2010.……[more]

Words: 1519 (4 Pages) Sources: 3 Topic: Pharmacy Document Type: Research Paper

Include A Minimum 7 Relevant References Support Work Be APA Format Final Reference Page Do Identify Research Material Describe Discuss Relevant Issue You Demonstrate Understanding Material Evidence Includes Expert Opinion

... especially after he has been diagnosed with a heart condition: Atrial fibrillation. There is potential that he might be suffering mental health ... ). Mr. H has serious actual internal stressors: his heart has atrial fibrillation, low blood pressure,……[more]

Words: 1134 (5 Pages) Sources: 7 Topic: Women s Issues Health Issues Document Type: Essays

Meet Sallie Mae Fisher Pathophysiology 1 As A Group Observe Simulated Home Visit Meet Sallie Mae Fisher Located Multimedia Folder Canyon Connect 2 Refer Sallie Mae s Health History Discharge Orders Located Additional Resources Folder Canyon Connect Specifics Related Case Study Inform Assignment

This is an essay on Sallie Mae's home visit. It identifies, prioritizes, and describes at least four problems. It provides rational for interventions identified. The paper also features a dialogue with Sallie the patient recovering from home. The dialog addresses……[more]

Words: 333 (4 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Not Specified Document Type: Essays

Primary And Secondary Assessment

Tracy Folsom is a 28 year old female who was brought to the Emergency Department by her neighbor. The neighbor stated that Miss Folsom was found lying semi-conscious in the shower. The patient was received in the ED by the……[more]

Words: 2299 (7 Pages) Sources: 7 Topic: Medical and Medicine Nursing Document Type: Essay

Relationship Between Cardiac Disorders And Sleep Apnea

... with other cardiovascular disorders, including coronary artery disease, stroke, and atrial fibrillation." (Somers, et al, 2008, p.1080) Central sleep apnea occurs primarily in patients with ...…[more]

Words: 3084 (14 Pages) Sources: 14 Topic: Nursing Document Type: Research Paper Citation Style: APA

CHF

If an individual has a risk factor for congestive heart failure, the likelihood of getting that disease or condition is increased. However, it is possible to develop congestive heart failure even without the risk factors, and possible that congestive heart……[more]

Words: 14844 (8 Pages) Topic: Drugs and Alcohol Document Type: Term Paper

Cardiology Telemetry ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY

... Cotiga, D., et al. (2007). Acute Conversion of Persistent Atrial Fibrillation During Dofetilide Initiation. Pacing & Clinical Electrophysiology ... atrial signal discrimination and morphology analysis of atrial electrograms in high atrial sensitivity settings may increase reliability of atrial arrhythmia……[more]

Words: 1275 (4 Pages) Sources: 7 Topic: Nursing Document Type: Annotated Bibliography

Bloodless Surgery

... the authors of this study were not able to pinpoint the increase in atrial fibrillation to inflammatory changes, the results do suggest an association between onset of AF and blood ...…[more]

Words: 1772 (6 Pages) Sources: 4 Citation Style: APA

I Essay Written Heart Disease Taking A Toll Elderly This Essay 10 Pages Double Spaced Written APA Format A Reference List Page Incuded

The objective of this work in writing is to examine how heart disease takes a toll elderly. Toward this end, this work will conduct a review of literature that examines the toll that heart disease takes on the elderly population.……[more]

Words: 2887 (10 Pages) Sources: 7 Topic: Business Technical Writing Document Type: Essays Citation Style: APA

19 Year Old Caucasian Female With Panic Attack

Case of a 19 year old Caucasian female who presents to the university health center with complaints of chest pain, racing pulse, anxiety, and breathlessness. The patient's symptoms are discussed, differential diagnoses ruled out, examination and diagnosis are discussed. The……[more]

Words: 3053 (13 Pages) Sources: 9 Topic: Health Nursing Document Type: Case Study

Etiology And Epidemiology Of Cardiac Arrhythmias

... of cardiac arrhythmias, however the two main types are; atrial fibrillation and a life threatening cardiac arrhythmias. Atrial fibrillation is the most common type of cardiac arrhythmia, it involves ... life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias this could be very catastrophic; there……[more]

Words: 656 (2 Pages) Sources: 3 Topic: Medical and Medicine Document Type: Professional Citation Style: Harvard

Strokes And There Causes

It implies a complete program intended to recover a number of functions and compensate stable losses. Some of the preventive measures for the various kinds of strokes include blood pressure regulation and stopping the act of smoking cigarette. Introduction Stroke……[more]

Words: 2152 (5 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Health Document Type: Research Paper

Management Of Left Ventricular Heart Failure

" (Young and Mills, 2004) Young and Mills state that contraction and relaxation abnormalities develop "with systemic flow decrements that trigger subsequent physiological responses. This process includes a variety of clinical manifestations ranging from asymptomatic ventricular dysfunction (both systolic and……[more]

Words: 3431 (14 Pages) Sources: 20 Topic: Health Nursing Citation Style: Harvard

IV Aspirin For Acute Myocardial Infarction Patients

Because of this, identification of these patients with aspirin resistance by measuring platelet function is of great interest. As the platelets adhere, they undergo secretion and recruitment of other platelets to build a platelet plug. This is termed ‘platelet aggregation'……[more]

Words: 14003 (100 Pages) Sources: 50 Topic: Medical general Citation Style: Harvard

Hyperthyroidism Desease

In general, life stresses that may incite the increased response of the thyroid may include pregnancy, particularly the postpartum period; iodine excess, particularly in areas of iodine deficiency; lithium therapy; viral or bacterial infections and glucocorticoid withdrawal in patients with……[more]

Words: 2805 (10 Pages) Topic: Genetics Document Type: Term Paper

Cardiac Function

Hypertension can be very destructive if present over time and it needs to be addressed. Patients can do this using better diet, no smoking, a low amount of alcohol consumption and increased physical activity. Family history can be very relevant……[more]

Words: 1271 (4 Pages) Sources: 4 Topic: Medical and Medicine Nursing Document Type: Essay

Heart Disease In Children

This increases their risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Underlying medical conditions, which further increase the risk include diabetes, chronic kidney disease, heart transplantation, Kawasaki disease and receiving treatment for cancer in childhood (Ferranti & Newburger). Every year, thousands of infants……[more]

Words: 1335 (4 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Children Document Type: Research Paper

Autoimmune Disorder

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Words: 317 (2 Pages) Sources: 2 Document Type: Research Paper

Stroke

One of the important impairments caused by stroke is paralysis. In most cases, a patient loses motor functions in one side of the body, a condition that is commonly referred to as hemiplegia. Similarly dysphagia, a condition where the patient……[more]

Words: 940 (3 Pages) Topic: Nursing Document Type: Essay

Perioperative Serum Glucose Control In Patients Undergoing Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery

Nevertheless, no consensus exists on the optimal administration of intraoperative hyperglycemia in cardiac surgical patients because of the lack of evidence from randomized trials. Researchers are increasingly discovering evidence from studies that assess the role of strict postoperative glycemic control……[more]

Words: 2707 (9 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Medical and Medicine Document Type: Other

ECG

... , thus increased activity is being caused by other organs, not the heart; Atrial Fibrillation, rhythm irregular, rate 100-160 BPM, P wave indistinguishable and firing ...…[more]

Words: 756 (3 Pages) Topic: Nursing Document Type: Essay

Beta Blockers

... expectancy, digoxin has been shown to reduce hospitalization for patients with atrial fibrillation and is still used today. Significant increases in angina and heart attacks ...…[more]

Words: 1990 (7 Pages) Sources: 20 Topic: Medical Pharmacy Citation Style: Harvard

Drug History Of Coumadin

It is easily absorbed through the digestive tract and is therefore almost always administered orally; the substance can also be absorbed through the skin, so gloves would be worn when handling large quantities of warfarin sodium (WHO 1995). Warfarin works……[more]

Words: 767 (3 Pages) Sources: 4 Topic: Health Nursing Citation Style: APA

Effects Of Mindful Meditation On Functional Mobility Of COPD Patients

Leslie Scrivener (2008), a physician and cancer survivor, specifically stresses that psychological stress can produce the same effects as bad eating habits, and promote cancer. According to Scrivener, "Cancer cells are in all of us, but not all of us……[more]

Words: 27208 (7 Pages) Sources: 10 Citation Style: APA

Prevalence And Prevention Of Stroke In The United States

The report shows that heart disease and stroke are also becoming more deadly, with a projected combined death toll of 24 million by 2030. Both kill 17 million persons every year and are increasingly likely to afflict those in poor……[more]

Words: 1802 (5 Pages) Sources: 6 Topic: Sociology Miscellaneous Citation Style: APA

Congestive Heart Failure

Men are likelier to develop coronary disease than women before age 60 or 70. Family history predisposes one to have it. African Americans have been found to develop heart failure than Caucasian Americans (Drug Digest). Treatments Lifestyle Modifications Treatment for……[more]

Words: 4495 (15 Pages) Sources: 15 Topic: Health general Document Type: Term Paper Citation Style: MLA

Congested Cardiac Failure Health Assessment

(Karapolat et al. 2008) Other evaluators include exercise tolerance. The nurse should question the patient how many stairs he is able to climb or what distance he is able to walk before he reaches a stage of exhaustion. Further considerations……[more]

Words: 2095 (7 Pages) Sources: 7 Topic: Health Nursing Document Type: Essay Citation Style: Harvard

Cardiac Case Study

... the counter drugs, supplements, or illicit drugs. Question #2: Possible Diagnosis 1. Hypertension or Atrial Fibrillation 2. Drug interaction or side effect 3. Overactive thyroid 4. Chronic Kidney Disease Question ...…[more]

Words: 227 (2 Pages) Topic: Medical general Document Type: Case Study

Transition Theory By Afaf Ibrahim Meleis

The transition theory gives a procedure in which the process of transition can be studied. From its definition, they are periods in which change in an environment which has some commonalities or individual is likely to take place. This is……[more]

Words: 3163 (10 Pages) Sources: 5 Topic: Accounting Theory Document Type: Research Paper

Nursing Paper Gerontological And Griatric Nursing Course Name Answer 2 Questions Total 4 Questions Listed 1 Topic End Life Issuesand Elderly Select ONE 2 Questions 1 Identify Discuss 1 2 Factor s End Life Care Elderly Palliative Care Elderly

Palliative care is an approach to provide a coordinated medical, nursing, and allied health for people with progressive incurable illness. Nurses play critical role in providing family centred care to an elderly palliative client. Some of the nurse's roles for……[more]

Words: 1692 (6 Pages) Sources: 8 Topic: Death and Dying Elderly Document Type: Essays

Pathophysiology Of Hemorrhagic Versus Ischemic Stroke

... that cause strokes, but risk factors include high blood pressure, atrial fibrillation, high cholesterol, and diabetes (Warlow, 2008). Old age is also a factor ...…[more]

Words: 667 (2 Pages) Sources: 3 Topic: Nursing Document Type: Research Paper

Cover Letter

Assigned to the perioperative services a| | |fast paced, high volume, high patient acuity, 70 OR suite utilizing complex technology. Actively participated| | |in development and implementation of the MIS, Robotic, TAVI, Hybrid and Pediatric programs for patients with |……[more]

Words: 969 (2 Pages) Topic: Nursing Document Type: Corporate Documents

Scarlet Letter

(2) The admission form is designed to indicate nursing diagnoses and plan of care. However, June did not form a nursing diagnoses nor develop a plan of care. (3) Interventions were not implemented as evidenced by the physician’s orders of……[more]

Words: 2374 (1 Pages) Topic: Psychology Abnormal Document Type: Term Paper

Texas BNE Rules And Regulation

... admitted from a physician's office in order to rule out myocardial infarction and atrial fibrillation, a condition which requires a rapid diagnosis and treatment (Lewis, 2004, 823 ...…[more]

Words: 2217 (9 Pages) Citation Style: APA

Bowel Obstruction

... to the bowel. Emboli can originate from thrombi in patients with chronic atrial fibrillation, diseased heart valves, and prosthetic valves. Venous thrombosis can be seen ...…[more]

Words: 2418 (7 Pages) Topic: Health Nutrition Document Type: Term Paper

Critical Care Nursing

Mrs. Margaret Cronin is in critical care. The symptoms that she's exhibiting, along with her varied medical history mean that she needs immediate and strategic care. She has an irregular heart rate, history of hypertension and pneumonia and appears anxious……[more]

Words: 4213 (12 Pages) Sources: 20 Topic: Nursing Document Type: Case Study

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