Nursing Care Plan – Myocardial Infarction

Daisy Jane Antipuesto RN MN

Currently a Nursing Local Board Examination Reviewer. Subjects handled are Pediatric, Obstetric and Psychiatric Nursing. Previous work experiences include: Clinical instructor/lecturer, clinical coordinator (Level II), caregiver instructor/lecturer, NC2 examination reviewer and staff/clinic nurse. Areas of specialization: Emergency room, Orthopedic Ward and Delivery Room. Also an IELTS passer.

39 Responses

  1. Asia Yusuf says:

    Thanx for ur refreshing us

  2. Thank you for always posting those excellent imperative idea, such a good meaning of heart attack.

  3. Good meaning of heart attack

  4. thanks it good and easy information about MI

  5. This explains why…i have 2 sisters who have MI…thanks 4 the info

    • Monika Wieland says:

      Hello
      I am one of the old version of nursing and treating MRI and AMRI.
      But is there not a Blood thinner missing to avoid further occlusion from Blood and a Relaxation Drug to calm the patient down, especially at the first stage.

  6. Ferdz Bobis says:

    Nice pathophy.of MI..easy to undrztand

  7. Geeataa Gng says:

    very informative!!!

  8. Great job tash good info

  9. Please post some information on the endocrine system student here and love how you make it easy and makes sense. Ty

  10. good for me because l worked in ccu

  11. PTS days here….bang on….good description of an MI…….

  12. i can recall… when i was studying in my midwifery course on my Anatomy subject.. very interesting.!!

  13. Ting Dacuma says:

    Very informative, sad facts that many of our pt. died

  14. nice, thik is absolutely perfect description about MI

  15. Allen Jamir says:

    Liked it. Good explanations.

  16. bhem says:

    ..???…tnx nursingcrib..u r a big help 2 us..we cn easily make some ncp and case study 'coz of this webpage…???…

  17. sapphire says:

    please help me im a student nurse help me to do my ncp for my patient, he is comatose the dx is cp arrest secondary to MI.asap thank you!

  18. Javed Ansari says:

    Please help me to make a NCP of patient with otitis media.

  19. jecka says:

    sir/ mam.. can u help me make a nsg care plan for H mole?

  20. DArwin says:

    hi!please me help me to know about the nursing care plan of diffficulty of breathing..thanks a lot..

  21. Ana says:

    please help me. I don’t know the real problem here if it’s MI or pulmonary embolism, or cardiac arrest. I have to make atleast 2 nursing diagnosis and make ncp.Here is the case. MR. BONG CASTRO IS A PHYSICALLY ACTIVE 52 YRS OLD STOCK BROKER.WHILE JOGGING DURING HIS LUNCH HOUR, MR.CASTRO SUDDENLY FALLS TO HIS KNEES AND COLLAPSES ON THE PAVEMENT. A FELLOW RUNNER SEES THAT MR. CASTRO IS NOT BREATHING & IS “TURNING BLUE”. HE INITIATES CPR, W/C IS CONTINUED BY PARAMEDICS CALLED TO THE SCENE.
    ASSESSMENT: WHEN MR. CASTRO ARRIVED AT THE CORONARY CARE UNIT, 2 HRS LATER, THE NURSE, Ms. GABUYA PERFORMS THE INITIAL ASSESSMENT. MS.GABUYA FINDS THAT MR. CASTRO’S CARDIOPULMONARY STATUS IS STABLE, W/ NORMAL SINUS RHYTHM AND OCCASIONAL UNIFOCAL PREMATURE VENTRICULAR CONTRACTIONS.OXYGEN MASK IS ADMINISTERED THROUGH FACIAL MASK.HIS BLOOD PRESSURE 90/60 mmHg, & VASOPRESSOR ARE NOT REQUIRED.HIS TEMPERATURE IS NORMAL.
    MR.CASTRO DOES NOT OPEN HIS EYES TO COMMAND, NOISE, OR PAIN. THERE IS NO PURPOSEFUL MOVEMENT, THAT IS, NO WITHDRAWAL FROM OR LOCALIZATION OF PAINFUL STIMULATION. HIS PUPILS ARE EQUAL, ROUND, 2 MILLIMETERS IN DIAMETER, & NON-REACTIVE TO LIGHT. HIS DEEP TENDON REFLEXES ARE SYMMETRICALLY HYPERACTIVE, AND HE HAS BILATERAL POSITIVE BABINSKI RESPONSES. THE NEUROLOGIST DIAGNOSES A COMA DUE TO ANOXIA FOLLOWING CARDIOPULMONARY ARREST, AND FEELS IT IS TOO SOON TO PREDICT MR.CASTRO’S CHANCES FOR RECOVERY.

  22. Nicka says:

    nice site..i rili appreciate ur inf0s..tnx 4 d learnings..kip it up..

  23. KATHY MASTRO-BATTISTA says:

    I AM TRYING TO PRINT OUT THE NURSING CARE PLAN FOR MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION, HOWEVER ALL OTHER TEXT PRINTS EXCEPT THE NURSING CARE PLAN. PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHAT I NEED TO DO TO PRINT THIS CARE PLAN.

    THANKS

    KATHY MASTRO-BATTISTA

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