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Content Review Directions: •Respond to each item. Each response should be concise and between 2–3 paragraphs in length. •Use MS Word to write your responses, and submit your answers to all three questions in one Word document. •Copy and paste each question within the document, so that your Instructor can see which question you are responding to. 1.After reviewing pages 375-386 in your course text, summarize how children’s socializing experiences relate to the physical, economic, social, and personal conditions of the community in which they live. 2.Communities can offer families vital prevention, support, and rehabilitation services. Review pages 390-396 in your text. Choose one example from each of these areas and explain why each is integral to healthy child and family development. 3.It can be said that caring communities “improve the opportunities for every young person, regardless of circumstances, to become a healthy, secure, educated, economically self-sufficient, and productive adult” (Berns, 2015, p. 396). From your perspective as a future early childhood professional, identify and explain three ways that a caring community can meet the needs of young children and their families, including those with the greatest needs attachment WK5ASSGN1AbronA1006.docx attachment EEK5LearningResources.docx attachment IMG_1983.PNG attachment IMG_1984.PNG attachment IMG_1985.PNG attachment IMG_1986.PNG attachment IMG_1987.PNG attachment IMG_1988.PNG
July 29, 2019


John is a 76-year-old man with a long history of stable angina and hypertension. He is prescribed nitroglycerin tablets as needed for chest pain and lisinopril for his hypertension. John has noticed that his chest pain is occurring with increasing frequency and less activity is required to initiate the symptoms; however, the pain subsides quickly with rest and one or two nitroglycerin tablets.

John is awakened from sleep with chest pain and shortness of breath. The pain is much more severe than his usual anginal pain and radiates to the jaw and the left arm. He experienced some nausea and became diaphoretic and pale. Upon admission to the local emergency department, he was noted to have significant ST-segment elevation on a 12-lead electrocardiogram (ECG).

Discussion Questions:

1. What diagnosis is consistent with John’s history and physical exam?

2. Please differentiate between a STEMI and Non-STEMI.

3. What are the pathophysiological findings specifying an MI?

4.What are the differences between angina, silent ischemia, and myocardial ischemia?

5.Provide a description of the three factors associated with Sudden Cardiac Death.

6.What are the possible complications post-MI might the NP be aware of when caring for John?


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