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What are the clinical manifestations of HNT? Fatigue; Dizziness; Palpations, angina; Dyspnea.
What are the Diagnostic tests for HTN? CBC; Urinalysis, blood chemistry, lipid profile
What is the collaborative care for HTN? Patient goal to control BP and decrease risk; Lifestyle changes.
How do you prevent HTN? Decrease weight, diet, exercise, less alcohol, no tobacco.
What is the nursing care for Pt's on Diuretics? Daily weight; I&O; Urine output; Response of B/P; Electrolytes; Take pulse; Ischemic episodes; Complications.
What are the RN managements for HTN? Assessment (health patterns; Past medical/medicine; Physical assess); Nursing Dx; Health promotion, Education
What are some RN Dx's for HTN? Ineffective self-health management; Anxiety; Sexual dysfunction; Disturbed body image; Risk for decreased cardiac tissue perfusion, ineffective cerebral tissue perfusion, and risk for ineffective renal perfusion.
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