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Cardiovascular Signs

Cardiovascular Disorders Signs and Symptoms

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Pain, (usually relieved by rest), heaviness or tightness in chest, usually substernal or retrosternal, may radiate, dyspnea, anxiety, apprehension, Diaphorisis and nausea Angina Pectoris
Asymptomatic (silent mi), pain ( not relieved by rest), nausea, SOB, dizziness, weakness, diaphoresis, pallor (ashen-color), and sens of impending doom. Myocardial Infarction
Decreased cardiac output, fatigue, angina, anxiety, oliguria, decreased gi mobility, pale cool skin, weight gain, and restlessness. Congestive Heart Failure
Restlessness, agitation, disorientation, diaphoresis, dyspnea, tachypnea, pallor or cyanosis, cough (large amts of blood tinged frothy sputum), wheezing, crackles, and cold extermities. Pulmonary Endema
Fatigue, angina, oliguria, pale cool skin, weight gain, restlessness, abnormal breath sounds, and edema Valvular Heart Disease
Elevated temperature, elevated heart rate, epistaxis, anemia, joint pain and stiffness, nodules of the joints, specific to valve affected, and heart murmur. Rheumatic Heart Disease
Debilitatin pain (aggravated by lying supine, deep breathing, coughing, swallowing and moving the trunk. Also, dyspnea, fever, chills, dyaphoresis, leukocytosis, pericardial friction rub, and pericardial effusion (x-ray) Pericarditis
Influenza like symptoms, fever, fatigue, chest pain, headaches, joint pain and chills. Endocarditis
Vary according to site of infection, cardiac enlargement, murmur, gallop and tachycardia. Myocarditis
Angina, syncope, fatigue, dyspnea on exertion, severe exercise intolerance, s/s of left and right sided CHF (dyspnea, peripheral edema, ascites and hepatic dysfunction). Cardiomyopathy
Created by: dallen_71