tachycardia, dyspnea. pulmonary congestion, Assess patient saturation status, especially if the patient is recei... ... middle of paper ... ...nce. The pain or discomfort: May be more severe and last longer than other types of angina pain. May occur with shortness of breath, sleep problems, fatigue, and lack of energy Often is first noticed during routine daily activities and times of mental stress Statins, angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, or low-dose aspirin), as well as treatment for angina and myocardial ischemia (with β-blockers, calcium channel blockers, nitrates, or Ranolazine). Additional symptom management techniques may include tricyclic medication, enhanced external counter pulsation, hypnosis, and spinal cord stimulation.
Acidosis versus Alkalosis Respiratory acidosis is a disorder that presents itself when the lungs are not able to remove enough of the carbon dioxide, or CO2, that is created by the body. When there is too much CO2 present the pH of blood, along with other bodily fluids decrease, which in turn makes them overly acidic. Normal blood pH falls in the 7.5 to 7.45 range; acidosis is present when the pH of the blood falls the normal pH range. (Team, T. H. (2017, March 22).) Respiratory acidosis is often caused by an underlying disease or condition, such as asthma, COPD, pneumonia, or sleep apnea.
The growing plaques may block the delivery of nutrients to the artery walls, causing them to lose their elasticity. This in turn may lead to high blood pressure, which also increases the risk of coronary heart disease. When the arteries become narrowed the blood and oxygen supply to the heart muscle is restricted, particularly when you exert yourself and the demands of the heart muscle increase. It has been recognised that the risk of developing coronary heart disease increases with age. Atherosclerosis takes a long time to develop and the arteries naturally become less elastic as we age, often leading to a greater risk of high blood pressure.
When the body builds up with fluids, it becomes congested. Many conditions can cause heart failure, and they are Coronary artery disease, Heart attack, Cardiomyopathy, and conditions that overwork the heart. Systolic and Diastolic are the two types of Heart Failure. Systolic dysfunction occurs when the heart muscle doesn't contract with enough force, which means there is less oxygen-rich blood that is pumped throughout the body. Diastolic dysfunction is the heart contracts normally, but the ventricle does not relax properly, reducing the amount of blood that can enter the heart and raise the blood pressure in the lungs.
Respiratory Acidosis Respiratory acidosis happens when the lungs can’t remove enough of the carbon dioxide produced by the body. Excess CO2 causes the pH of blood and other bodily fluids to decrease, making them too acidic. The body is able to balance the ions that control acidity. This balance is measured on a pH scale from 0 to 14. Acidosis occurs when the pH of the blood falls below 7.35.
If this pressure on the walls of the arteries stays too high over time it will damage the body in many ways. So if a person is overweight then they have a higher change of having high blood pressure. When a person is obese it can lead to a build of plaque in your arteries and if one of these areas of plaque rupture it can cause a blood clot to form. Hopefully this clot is not by a person’s brain because if it is it can block the flow of blood to your brain and cause a stroke. You also could get type two Diabetes which is a disease when the body’s blood glucose, or blood sugar, level is way too high.
Being such, this disease can show small signs such as tingling in the fingertips, arms, and legs, temporary vision loss or red/ green discoloration, double vision, dizziness, and clumsiness. Sometimes the disease can skip the small beginner signs and show larger symptoms that are harder to dismiss such as, onset depression, inability to multitask, incapability to regulate bladder, fatigue mentally or physically, muscle spasms, and the inability to control one’s bladder. Signs and symptoms can occur over the course of one to ten days, and then disappear; this is known as an attack or
This can weaken blood vessels and damage major organs, such as the brain. Left untreated, high blood pressure can lead to stroke. Blood pressure, like a person's heart rate, will vary occasionally with exercise or stress. For people over age 18, an optimal blood pressure reading is considered 120/80 or lower. A blood pressure reading consistently higher than 120/80 is considered "pre-hypertension."
In this condition, the blood glucose may rise to 6–20 times the normal range and unconsciousness may develop. Urgent medical care and re-hydration are required. Besides these, early cataract formation, decreased vision, repeated fungal and bacterial infections, kidney damage, heart disease, muscle weakness and abnormal/decreased sensations, etc., are other common complications of uncontrolled Diabetes.
Some symptoms related to this disease if severe are nausea and vomiting,loss of appetite,excessive thirst,frequent urination,constipation,abdominal pain,muscle weakness,muscle and joint aches,confusion and lethargy and fatigue. Some of these symptoms would be normal but if continues occurrence, consulting a doctor can help. There may be other conditions relating to those symptoms. Some of which are ost... ... middle of paper ... ... are use to rebuild bone if damange by this disease are bisphosphonates. This group of drugs can greatly reduce calcium level in about two to four days.