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An electrophysiology (EP) study is a test that records the electrical activity and the electrical pathways of your heart. It can help find what’s causing your irregular heartbeat. It also helps.

Pulse oximetry, or pulse ox, is a quick and needle-free test that measures the amount of oxygen in your blood. It shows whether your heart and lungs. The latest predictive tool can help determine your risk of heart disease and whether or not you would benefit from statins as a preventive measure.

Learn more about coronary calcium scoring and. If you have a condition called bradycardia, otherwise known as a slow heartbeat, you and your doctor may decide an implantable heart device called a pacemaker is the right option for you. A pacemaker helps restore the heart’s rhythm, by sending tiny electrical signals to the heart to increase the heart rate, which relieves the symptoms of bradycardia. Performing moderate intensity aerobic activities or workouts = 3.0 to 5.9 METS.

Performing vigorous or strenuous aerobic activities or workouts = 6.0 or higher METS. If you work out on a treadmill at home, your machine may display the METS value of your exercise. For example, if you have chest pain (angina) related to coronary artery disease, your doctor may recommend a beta blocker to lower blood pressure, prevent chest pain, reduce your heart rate and decrease your risk of death. Updated guidelines for treating hypertension in adults ages 60 and older suggest doctors offer treatment for people with no history of heart disease only if their systolic blood pressure (the top number in a blood pressure reading) is at or above 150.

The American Heart Association encourages you to learn about how your heart works and how each of the valves function. When you understand the specifics of what your doctor or healthcare team is trying to evaluate and accomplish through treatment, you’ll be better equipped to make great decisions. The American College of Preventive Medicine does not recommend routine screening of adults using ECG, stress testing, or the blood test for C-reactive protein, a marker for inflammation. To find. You can test out of the first two years of college and save thousands off your degree.

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Withdrawing the left heart was not only possible, simplifying our decision tree, but also slightly improving the accuracy of the BLUE-protocol (90.3% if including the left heart, 90.5% if not considering it at all).

“Lung Ultrasound in the Critically Ill: The BLUE Protocol” by Daniel A. Lichtenstein
from Lung Ultrasound in the Critically Ill: The BLUE Protocol
by Daniel A. Lichtenstein
Springer International Publishing, 2015

In option 3, the client with third-degree heart block is most likely very unstable and may need a pacemaker.

“Illustrated Study Guide for the NCLEX-RN® Exam E-Book” by JoAnn Zerwekh
from Illustrated Study Guide for the NCLEX-RN® Exam E-Book
by JoAnn Zerwekh
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

Options 2, 3, and 4 reflect right-sided heart failure.

“Saunders Q&A Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination E-Book” by Linda Anne Silvestri
from Saunders Q&A Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination E-Book
by Linda Anne Silvestri
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2014

4 To avoid becoming obsessed with the pulse rate, the client should take the pulse less often; once daily is adequate.

“Mosby's Review Questions for the NCLEX-RN Exam E-Book” by Patricia M. Nugent, Judith S. Green, Barbara A. Vitale, Phyllis K. Pelikan
from Mosby’s Review Questions for the NCLEX-RN Exam E-Book
by Patricia M. Nugent, Judith S. Green, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

Recalling that a heart rate of 110 beats/min is within the normal range will direct you to option 3.

“Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination E-Book” by Linda Anne Silvestri
from Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination E-Book
by Linda Anne Silvestri
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

In a randomized trial of 200 out-ofhospital cardiac arrests in Oslo, there was a highly significant improvement in outcome if CPR was provided before defibrillation when the response time was >5 minutes.”

“Clinical Anesthesia” by Paul G. Barash
from Clinical Anesthesia
by Paul G. Barash
Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009

7.2 2 What would be the benefit of using a heart-rate monitor with a client who had indicated through

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from The Essential Guide to Fitness
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Cengage Learning Australia, 2019

Continue to step 5 if the patient did not experience a typical episode of palpitation during the period of rhythm monitoring.

“Macleod's Clinical Diagnosis E-Book” by Alan G Japp, Colin Robertson
from Macleod’s Clinical Diagnosis E-Book
by Alan G Japp, Colin Robertson
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

Option 3 shows atrial fibrillation (AF).

“Prioritization, Delegation, and Assignment E-Book: Practice Exercises for the NCLEX Exam” by Linda A. LaCharity, Candice K. Kumagai, Barbara Bartz
from Prioritization, Delegation, and Assignment E-Book: Practice Exercises for the NCLEX Exam
by Linda A. LaCharity, Candice K. Kumagai, Barbara Bartz
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2017

The Atrial Therapy Efficacy and Safety Trial (ATTEST)113 prospectively randomized bradycardia patients with the AT500 pacemaker after implantation to preventive pacing plus ATP activation or standard high right atrial pacing in the DDDR mode.

“Electrophysiological Disorders of the Heart E-Book” by Sanjeev Saksena, A. John Camm
from Electrophysiological Disorders of the Heart E-Book
by Sanjeev Saksena, A. John Camm
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

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  • From this information, in my opinion more screening tests does not lead to better health. Many of these screening tests can lead to false alarms and put people through various procedures they don’t need because they thought there was a problem. Because there is a chance for false alarms, and people having procedures done they don’t need could worsen their health. These false alarms create stress about one’s health not better it. For example, Dr. Evans mentions Mammograms, ECG screenings, Vitamin D screenings and more. We all know that mammograms lead to false alarms of breast cancer so how could mammograms lead to better health. Yes having early or multiple mammograms could detect cancer early enough to treat it but it can also misdiagnose a woman who never had anything to worry about until the false alarm came along. As for ECG screenings, those are very confusing as well. Resting ECG sends mixed messages, and they are also not recommended if you are a low risks for heart disease. Why have a test done if you’re not at risk. More screening tests should only be done for people at higher risks with signs and symptoms. The 25 Hydroxy Vitamin D test has much debate about it because there isn’t an ideal Vitamin D level established for general population. The bottom line is with all these chances or misleading information form screening test more screening test just simply can’t lead to better health.
    I can agree more with the prevention visit every few years. Having a doctor that cares about ways to help you to prevent from becoming ill is better than one who just want to run many tests to make sure there isn’t anything wrong. Having a preventive lifestyle to change bad habits to lower risks of developing anything is better for the patient. It focuses on how the patient feels, and their values because every patient is different. Prevention visits lead to better health. Less test are better because through all the prevention visits the patient’s health is getting better overtime which indicates there are no high risks for certain things which leads to less tests. There would specifically be no need for any screenings unless a major sign or symptoms arose.

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  • I don’t believe that more screening test leads to you have a better health. Why get a test done if you don’t have too? Isn’t this just a waste of time and money?  If your doctor is constantly giving you screenings and comparing you to the average person, than you need to truly reconsider your doctor. Everyone is different and has different genetics and environment that might affect what their health is. Being compared to the average person, almost everyone should not be the same. Some screening tests are pointless. Like an example would be a person who has never smoked in their life getting a chest x-ray done. What’s the point of this? If there is no logic to have a screening done, than it shouldn’t be given. In all reality, I feel that the more screenings that you have done on you, the worst off you might actually  be. A person who is diagnosed with a bunch of different elements might have a poor self esteem after finding this out. Or they might be put on a bunch of medications that they don’t need or that might even interact with each other. So, I’m a firm believer that you don’t need a bunch of screening tests done.

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  • I think this issue is very important in healthcare right now. Especially since the new recommendations went into place for women getting mammograms. However from previous knowledge and the information provided in this video I do think screening should not be increased, unless there are previous risks, or knowledge of family members that have had diseases that could be passed on, or of course if the person chooses to have them done based on personal beliefs. There are so many false positives that can occur, which can lead to unnecessary treatments that could put stress on a person. Unless these false positive problems are fixed with new technologies, I think screenings should either be lessened or continued as they are now. I do see how recommended screenings by a doctor can improve the patient-doctor relationship, however I think this can be done in other ways too. If we start focusing on prevention more and lifestyle changes, many of these diseases the screenings check for would probably decrease.

  • I personally think that the amount of tests patients receive should be lowered. There are to many unnecessary test done that in the end may end up just scaring patients. Such as the Breast cancer test mentioned, there are false positives to many tests and in some cases patients are such low risks for diseases that unless there are symptoms the test isn’t needed. If there is a family history or and indications then the doctor should definitely recommend these tests, but other than that I agree with the vide more is not always better. Between false positives and even in some cases a misdiagnosis these tests can be causing more harm than good to the patient. The stress from waiting for results to a wrongful diagnosis of something such as breast cancer can turn a patients life upside down. The specific tests mentioned all have a good amount of false positives, so until the tests are more accurate they should not be done unless they are completely necessary.

  • I understand why doctors would lessen the amount of tests patients are receiving because of all of the false positives and inaccurate reading they are receiving, but I believe each patient is different. Like DocMikeEvans said each patient needs there own set of testings. If a patient has a high risk of breast cancer in their family, of course they should be tested more regularly than a patient who does not have high breast cancer in their family. I believe each patient should be treated as an individual, if the testings make the patient more comfortable and worry less, than they should stick with the regular screenings and testings. If the patent does not have any symptoms or any family genetic make up for the disease, and have a good peace of mind about not getting tested, then they should be able to chose to have less testings. With this kind of communication, patient-doctor relationships will become stronger. Communication is key, and it matters how the patient feels. If they believe they have control over their bodies, and can work along side their doctor they will feel more comfortable with decisions made.

  • I agree that preventative health and teaching patients how to care for themselves properly is more efficient than taking the time to do so many screenings on a regular basis that have ample room for false positives. Not only do these tests cost a lot, but receiving a false positive can cause unneeded stress and panic in patients. If someone is at a high risk for developing cancer, heart disease, diabetes etc., I think there should be relatively regular screenings to make sure all is well, but it is also the patient’s responsibility to take care of themselves and also monitor their own health along with the help of their doctor. To create a better working and more accurate health system, patients must be willing comply to doctors orders for preventative health measures, and doctors must be willing to get to know their patients’ histories and risks for developing certain ailments.

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  • I agree that certain testing should be limited depending on the patient. However, I also agree that thorough testing does build a better relationship between physician and patient. If the patient feels like they are being well taken care of it will improve their attitude and overall experience when visiting a physician. For example, if a patient has gone through various testing, there is a good chance that they will listen to their doctor if he or she recommends making changes to improve life quality whether or not the tests came back positive or negative.
    It also depends on the patient to a certain extent. Some people will want full testing done and others might not want to in fear of a false positive because at the time they feel fine. It comes down to relationships and communication. A great physician will know how to cater to their patients and make decisions that will not only keep them healthy but also produce the best level of well-being.

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  • I agree, you shouldn’t be getting tests done if you are at low risk. These screenings can cause more harm the patient especially if they are misdiagnose. Ther is no reason to be tested for things if they don’t even apply to you.