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CU - NURS 471 - Class Notes - Week 1

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CU - NURS 471 - Class Notes - Week 1

School: Creighton University
Department: Nursing and Health Science
Course: Care Management Outcomes
Term: Fall 2016
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Name: Rheumatic Heart Disease
Description: Identify types of structural heart disease. Identify the difference between regurgitation, stenosis, and prolapse. Discuss the various types of valve disorders. Identify types of inflammatory heart disease. Describe the care management of patients with structural and inflammatory heart disease.
Uploaded: 09/19/2016
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background image Chronic Cardiac:  Rheumatic Heart  Disease, Endocarditis,  and   Valve Disorders  Lori Rusch PhD, RN 
Creighton University College of Nursing 
NUR 496/471 
Fall 2016 
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background image Lecture Objectives:  u Identify types of structural heart 
disease
u Identify the difference between 
regurgitation, stenosis, and prolapse. 
u Discuss the various types of valve 
disorders. 
u Identify types of inflammatory heart 
disease. 
u Describe the care management of 
patients with structural and inflammatory 
heart disease. 
2
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background image http://www.heart-valve-surgery.com/heart-surgery-blog/2007/08/23/symptoms-
of-tricuspid-valve-regurgitation/ 
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background image Structural Heart Diseases  Valve Disorders 
Cardiomyopathy 
6
background image Valve Disorders Overview  u Valve disorders interfere with blood flow to, 
from, and within the heart 
u Types:  Stenosis ,   Regurgitation Prolapse  u Causes (structured of inflammatory processes)  u Rheumatic Heart Disease   u Endocarditis    u MI – damage to heart muscle  à  dying muscle  cannot control valve  u Congenital Defects   u Dilated Cardiomyopathy  7
background image Major Valve Disorder Types  u Stenosis:  u Valve opening is narrowed or stiffened  and  restricts forward blood flow   into the  next chamber.  u Blood volume and pressure increases  BEHIND the stenotic valve  u Leads to   hypertrophy of chamber  u Also leads to   decreased cardiac  output   8

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School: Creighton University
Department: Nursing and Health Science
Course: Care Management Outcomes
Term: Fall 2016
Tags:
Name: Rheumatic Heart Disease
Description: Identify types of structural heart disease. Identify the difference between regurgitation, stenosis, and prolapse. Discuss the various types of valve disorders. Identify types of inflammatory heart disease. Describe the care management of patients with structural and inflammatory heart disease.
Uploaded: 09/19/2016
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