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5 Multiple choice questions

  1. ACEI
    ARBs
    Combo: hydralazine/isosorbide dinitrate
    Beta-blockers
    Diuretics
    Digoxin
    Ca++ channel blockers
  2. Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the lungs.
    May be in the interstitial space or alveoli
    Can occur d/t MI or exacerbation of HF
  3. DOE/PND
    SOB
    Rales
    Cough
    Oliguria/nocturia
    Confusion/anxiety
    Tachycardia
    Fatigue
    Pale, cool, clammy skin
  4. Ascites
    Peripheral edema
    Hepatomegaly
    RUQ pain
    Splenomegaly
    JVD
    Anorexia
  5. Chest x-ray
    ECG
    Hemodynamic assessment
    Lytes, BUN, creatinine, UA
    BNP
    Stress testing

4 True/False questions

  1. Causes of Left Sided FailureMost common form
    Blood backs up through the left atrium into the pulmonary veins
    Pulmonary congestion and edema

          

  2. S/S Pulomonary edemaAbnormal accumulation of fluid in the lungs.
    May be in the interstitial space or alveoli
    Can occur d/t MI or exacerbation of HF

          

  3. CHF Risk FactorsChest x-ray
    ECG
    Hemodynamic assessment
    Lytes, BUN, creatinine, UA
    BNP
    Stress testing

          

  4. Right sided failureBackward flow to the right atrium and venous circulation
    Results from diseased right ventricle
    Primary cause is left-sided failure