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1

at what age is a AAA of increased likelihood to have and to die

over 60, and die over 65

2

what are the risk factors of a AAA

-age
-male
-smoking
-hyper cholesterol and Coronary heart disease
-family history of AAA

3

what are the clinical manifestations of a AAA

asymptomatic, but can get pain in the lumbar region, hip, groin, butt.
satiety, weight loss, nausea,
palpable AAA

4

how do you know of the AAA is a vessel dissection

hot, searing, ripping and tearing pain

5

is an AAA dissection an emergency

YES

6

what is the third most common CVD

DVT

7

what are some complications associated with DVT

PE, postphlebetic syndrome, chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension

8

what are some risk factors for a DVT

pervious History
history of cancer or congestive heart
history of lupus
chemo
major surgery or trauma
immobility,
limb paralysis
pregnant women
oral contraceptives or hormone therapies
over 60 y/o

9

what are the clinical manifestations of a DVT

ache, tightness, tender, general and pitting edema, superficial vein plexus are prominent increased skin temperature

10

what is the mortality rate from a PE

from 5-20 percent

11

70% of DVT are in the

lower limb

12

what are the risk factors for a PE

history PE or DVT
immobility
abdominal or pelvic surgery
TKA, THA,
pregnancy
lower limb fracture
malignancy in the pelvis or abdomen

13

what are the clinical manifestations of a PE

dyspnea,
tachypnea
pleurite chest pain, intensified with deep respiration and cough
persistent cough
apprehension or anxiety
tachycardia
palpitations

14

how does more of an MI

women

15

what are modifiable risk factors of an MI

cigarette,
high cholesterol, LDL and serum levels high,
HTN
DM
Obesity
sedentary
alcohol

16

what are the non modifiable risk factors

age (over 55 women, over 45 men)
family history
ethnicity (highest in African Americans)

17

MI in women manifestations

50% chest pain, with or without UE pain
SOB
fatigue
sleep disturbances
nausea
palpitations
dizziness
diaphoresis
anxiety