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Chest pain in the adult patient population typically is an indication of an ischemic event related to coronary arterial disease (CAD).
However, not all chest pain is related to Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS). There are many other conditions that can cause chest pain.
Using a case study approach, signs, symptoms, and typical/atypical patient presentations of chest pain will be reviewed, including how to prevent, identify, and treat adverse outcomes.
Cardiac emergencies, such as acute pulmonary edema, hypertensive emergencies, cardiac tamponade, acute aortic dissection, and chest trauma will be outlined.
Emphasis will be placed on pathophysiology, assessment, pharmacology, and treatment options.
This session will benefit all nurses working with the adult patient population.
Due to copyright regulations and protecting Patient Health Information (PHI), some of the slides will not contain the pictures as seen in class.
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