B, C, D, F
Rationale: Modifiable risk factors are lifestyle choices that can be controlled by the client, such as smoking, activity level, control of serum lipid levels, and control of obesity through dietary management. Nonmodifiable risk factors are personal characteristics that cannot be altered or controlled. These risk factors, which interact with each other, include age, gender, family history, and ethnic background.
When planning emergent care for a patient with a suspected MI, the nurse will anticipate administration of:
A. Oxygen, nitroglycerin, aspirin, and morphine.
B. Oxygen, furosemide (Lasix), nitroglycerin, and meperidine.
C. Aspirin, nitroprusside (Nipride), dopamine (Intropin), and oxygen.
D. Nitroglycerin, lorazepam (Ativan), oxygen, and warfarin (Coumadin).
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