Past medical history includes hypertension diagnosed ten years ago which was being controlled by labetalol. Mr. Michaels suffered from anxiety but chose smoking over seeking medical attention for his anxiety issues. Due to his smoking he suffered from a chronic cough. He has not experienced any hospitalization or surgical procedures. Furthermore, there are no known drug allergies, insect allergies, or food allergies. Medications he is currently taking include labetalol 100mg PO qd since, being diagnosed with hypertension ten years ago. Family history consist of his mother and father. The mother dies at age 46 from myocardial infraction. The father at age 78 is still alive diagnosed with hypertension, coronary artery disease, and glaucoma.
Mr. Michaels is a construction worker. He is divorced with seven children 2 grandchildren that he sees daily. Mr. Michaels is also the sole provider for two of his children and grandchildren. Between his job, children, and grandchildren he experiences a lot of anxiety. He smokes one pack ...
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...posing condition, as well as those to minimize the effects of the MI, are prescribed (VanMeter, 2015, p. 242). Also, Mr. Michaels will be made aware of the signs and symptoms of a heart attacks. For example, sudden substernal chest pain, left arm, jaw, shoulder, or neck pain. Pain that can be described as gastric discomfort. Also, pallor and diapdoresis, weakness, dizziness, and dyspnea. Mr Michaels will have a plan of action set in place just in case he experiences any of the signs or symptoms.
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