[Solved] Still Requires Bypass Graphing
You have received a patient from the cardiac catheterization lab after an early morning emergent presentation for an acute myocardial infarction. The patient has an intra-aortic balloon pump indwelling, and the cardiologist placed a pulmonary artery catheter for hemodynamic monitoring. The patient is experiencing cardiogenic shock.
- Explain the treatment for suppressed cardiac output, suppressed cardiac index, and altered systemic vascular resistance.
- Recommend possible environmental and nutritional interventions for treating the patient.
- Recognize that the patient received emergent stenting and still requires bypass graphing once stabilized.
Support your summary and recommendations plan with a minimum of two APRN-approved scholarly resources.