Hypertension Assessment And Management Of Patient Case Study

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Questions 1. What are pertinent assessments for a client with HTN?

2. What are pertinent assessments that must be conducted prior to administering a beta blocker?

3. What pertinent teaching should be provided to a client diagnosed with Hypertension (HTN)?

4. What patient teaching should be provided to a client taking a beta blocker?

5. What are the JNC stages of HTN?

6. What are pertinent history questions for Hypertension?

7. What is an SBAR report? What are the essential components?

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Patient Information Name: Anna Star Sex: Female Date of birth: 1/10/91 Medical record number: 110198 Allergies: NKDA History Anna Star is a 28-year-old Caucasian female returning to the outpatient clinic for a 6-week checkup after starting a new blood pressure medication to control hypertension. Patient also complains of experiencing headaches. Clinical Skills Essentials Videos to Review ● Head-to-Toe Assessment ● Assessing the Hair and Neck Vessels. Student Learning Outcomes ● Verify patient identity. ● Ask pertinent cardiac history questions. ● Complete vital signs and a focused cardiac assessment, and document abnormal findings. ● Communicate with physician using SBAR. Medications to Review ● Beta Blockers Student Preparation Questions 1. What are pertinent assessments for a client with HTN? 2. What are pertinent assessments that must be conducted prior to administering a beta blocker? 3. What pertinent teaching should be provided to a client diagnosed with Hypertension (HTN)? 4. What patient teaching should be provided to a client taking a beta blocker? 5. What are the JNC stages of HTN? 6. What are pertinent history questions for Hypertension? 7. What is an SBAR report? What are the essential components? Criteria Level 3 1 point Level 2 0.5 points Level 1 0 points Response to Questions Student submitted a well-written document using complete sentences. There are no answers written in bullet pointed format. Answers to each question were well researched and thorough. Student submitted a partial response to 1 or more of the questions. Answers are written in incomplete sentences or bullet point format. Student did not respond to 1 or more of the questions in the preparation document. Timeliness of Submission Student submitted the completed preparation document by the deadline. Student submitted a partially completed preparation document by the deadline. Student did not submit the preparation document by the required deadline. APA Format (No title page or abstract needed) Student used in-text citations throughout the responses to each question, and provided a reference list using APA format Student uses APA format to provide a reference list, but does not provide in-text citations. Student does not use APA format in the preparation document.
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What are pertinent assessments for a client with HTN?
An assessment for a client with HTN should include a thorough physical examination and health
history. The retinas should be examined, and laboratory studies performed to allow for the
assessment of organ damage. The laboratory tests include blood chemistry which involves the
analysis of potassium, sodium, glucose and lipoprotein creatinine density in the blood; urinalysis,
as well as a 12-lead electrocardiogram. Further studies include urine tests, creatinine clearance,
renin level tests, and 24-hour urine protein tests. A risk factor assessment is also necessary for the
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