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Nursing Assessment
Mr. C. is a 57-year-old businessman who was admitted to the surgical unit for treatment of a possible strangulated inguinal hernia.Two days ago he had a partial bowel resection. Postoperative orders include NPO, intravenous infusion of D51/2 NS at 125 cc/in her left arm, nasogastric tube to low intermittent suction. Mr. C. is in a dorsal recumbent (supine) position and is attempting to draw up his legs. He appears restless and is complaining of abdominal pain (7 on a scale of 0–10)

Physical Examination
Height: 188 cm (6′3′′)
Weight: 90.0 kg (200 lbs) Temperature: 37°C (98.6°F)Pulse: 90 BPM Respirations: 24/minute Blood pressure: 158/82 mm Hg Skin pale and moist, pupils dilated. Midline abdominal incision, sutures
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GENERAL OBJECTIVES:AFTER 1 HOUR OF VARIED LECTURE-TEACHING, THE X FAMILY WILL BE ABLE TO ACQUIRE BASIC KNOWLEDGE, DEVELOP SKILLS ANDPOSITIVE ATTITUDE IN THE CONCEPT OF HYPERTENSION

Specific objectives.
Specifically the students will be able to: 1. Define hypertension 2. Enumerate the classification of hypertension 3. Identify the classification of BP and categories of hypertension for adults 18 and older 4. Contributing factors
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hypertension, also referred to as high blood pressure,HTN or HPN, is a medical condition in which the bloodpressure is chronically elevated. Hypertension is defined as a sustained elevation in the mean arterial pressure. It is oftenan asymptomatic disorder characterized by persistentelevation of blood pressure associated with the thickening and loss of elasticity in the
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