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1

Increasing intracranial pressure, hemorrhagic stroke are ______ clinical manifestations of ____

cerebral; aneurysms

2

Sudden severe tearing pain, radiates into back/abdomen, shock are ______ clinical manifestations of ______

aortic; aneurysms

3

CT, MRI, cerebral angiography are _____ tests for ______

cerebral; aneurysms

4

CT, TEE are ______ tests for ______

aortic; aneurysms

5

May result from thrombi/emboli or mechanical compression

acute arterial occlusion

6

What are the 6 P's of acute arterial occlusion?

Pallor
Paresthesia
Paralysis
Pain
Polar
Pulseless
Pistol shot

7

Absence of arterial circulation—emergency

Acute arterial occlusion

8

The following include treatment for ___________
Loosen tight dressing
Cut cast
Anticoagulant therapy
Thrombolytic therapy

acute arterial occlusion

9

The following include treatment for ________
Bypass surgery
Embolectomy
Amputation

acute arterial occlusion

10

Dissecting aortic aneurysms are considered a ______. Treated with _______

medical emergency; vasodilators and graft

11

Incompetent valves (obesity, pregnancy, right heart failure, prolonged standing) producing varicose veins, chronic venous insufficiency, and obstruction by deep vein thrombosis are examples of

alterations in venous flow

12

Deep vein thrombosis can be _______

life threatening

13

Alterations in venous flow accompanied by _____(3)_____

edema, venous stasis ulcers, pain

14

Overstretching of the valves owing to excessive venous pressures resulting in backflow of blood

Valvular incompetence

15

Valvular incompetence results in ____(2)

venous insufficiency, varicose veins

16

Treatment for valvular incontinence includes;

smoking cessation; exercise; drugs that interfere with platelet aggregation

17

Impaired venous return results in superficial, darkened, raised, and tortuous veins

varicose veins

18

Greater ________ vein most commonly affected by varicose veins

saphenous

19

Treatment for varicose veins includes increasing venous ______ and reducing venous _______

flow; pressure

20

sclerotherapy and surgical interventions may be used for severe cases of ______

varicose veins

21

Elevate legs, avoid standing, elastic stockings types of treatment for _____

varicose veins

22

Vein stripping and vein ligation treatment for _____

varicose veins

23

Results when valvular incompetence involves the deep veins

chronic venous insufficiency

24

_______ ulcers are typically present, skin turns brown in chronic venous insufficiency

venous stasis

25

Best method for evaluation of chronic venous insufficiency

Ultrasound

26

Treatment for chronic venous insufficiency includes _____ therapy and ____ control

compression; infection

27

Most frequently due to thrombus in a deep vein of the lower extremity

Deep vein thrombosis

28

Deep vein thrombosis may be ________

asymptomatic

29

Deep vein thrombosis is treated aggressively with _____ therapy

anticoagulation

30

Previous DVT is a risk factor for further _______

hyper coagulation