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It occurs when myocardial tissues are abruptly and severely deprived of oxygen.DEFINITION: DEFINITION Myocardial infarction is a diseased condition which is caused by reduced blood flow in a coronary artery due to atherosclerosis and occlusion of an artery by an embolus or thrombus.CORONARY ARTERIES OF HEART: CORONARY ARTERIES OF HEARTLOCATION / TYPES OF MYPCARDIAL INFARCTION: LOCATION / TYPES OF MYPCARDIAL INFARCTION Obstruction of the left anterior descending artery (LAD) results in anterior or septal wall MI.Contd…..: Contd ….. Obstruction of the circumflex artery results in posterior wall MI or lateral wall MI. Obstruction of the right coronary artery results in inferior wall MI.ETIOLOGY: ETIOLOGYPowerPoint Presentation: NON-MODIFIABLE RISK FACTORS MODIFIABLE RISK FACTORS ETIOLOGYNON-MODIFIABLE RISK FACTORS: NON-MODIFIABLE RISK FACTORSPowerPoint Presentation: AGE: More than 40 years . FAMILY HISTORY: Myocardial infarction can be inherited from parents to children. GENDER: Myocardial infarction is 3 times more in men than women.MODIFIABLE RISK FACTORS: MODIFIABLE RISK FACTORSPowerPoint Presentation: HIGH BLOOD CHOLESTROL LEVEL LOW DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN (LDL) DANGEROUS HIGH DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN (HDL) LIPIDS (LIPOPROTIENS)PowerPoint Presentation: HDL is not dangerous because it contains more proteins & very less lipids. Secondly it carry lipids away from arteries to the liver for metabolism. So it prevents lipids accumulation within arteries. LDL is dangerous because it contains more lipids & has capacity to deposit fat within arteries. So, LDL level more than 160mg/dl will place a person at a risk of myocardial infarction.HYPERTENSION: HYPERTENSION If a person’s blood pressure is more than 140/90 mmHg continuously for 4-5 years Sustained stress on arterial walls injury to endothelial lining atherosclerosis narrowed & thickened arterial walls risk of M.I. Also salt consumption 5gms/ day cause M.I. SMOKING: SMOKING Smoking nicotine catecholamine (epinephrine & nor epinephrine) release increases heart rate & blood pressure increases cardiac workload. + CO decreases O 2 available to myocardium Injury to myocardiumPHYSICAL INACTIVITY: PHYSICAL INACTIVITY Improper lipid metabolism LDL level increases Starts accumulating in blood vessels Risk of M.I.OBESITY: OBESITY More lipids are produced LDL level increases Atherosclerosis Risk of M.I.DIABETES MELLITUS: DIABETES MELLITUS Glucose molecules may stick to lumen of artery Blockage of artery Risk of having M.I.STRESS: STRESS SNS stimulation Release of catecholamine Increases heart rate & intensify the force of myocardial contraction Increases O 2 demand Cell death Risk of M.I.PATHOPHYSIOLOGY: PATHOPHYSIOLOGYPowerPoint Presentation: Causative factor: Obesity Atherosclerosis Narrowing of lumen ed heart insufficient blood flow to myocardium Contractility ed O 2 demand of myocardial cells Inadequate creates an O 2 deficit Blood supply myocardial cell death inflammation Oliguria CK-MB & Troponine released FeverPowerPoint Presentation: Anaerobic glycolysis Accumulation of lactic acid Irritation of myocardial nerve fibers Transmission of pain massage to myocardium Chest pain & radiation towards shoulder & armPowerPoint Presentation: Stimulation of vomiting SNS Stimulation center increased Nausea & Vomiting catecholamine Diaphoresis Increased (perfuse sweating) Heart Rate Cold & Clammy skin “Cold Sweat”CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS: CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS Cardiovascular- Chest pain/Discomfort Palpitations Elevated BP ECG may show tachycardia, bradycardia and dysarrythmiaCONTD…..: CONTD….. Respiratory- Shortness of breath Dyspnea / Tachypnea Crackles Pulmonary edema-may be present Gastrointestinal- Nausea VomitingCONTD…..: CONTD….. Genitourinary- Decreased urinary output Skin- Cool, clammy skin Diaphoresis Pallor, Cyanosis Coolness of extremitiesCONTD…..: CONTD….. Neurogenic - Anxiety, restleness Light- headedness Headache V isual Disturbances Altered speech Altered motor functions Altered level of consciousnessCONTD…..: CONTD….. Psychosocial- Fear feeling Pt. may deny that anything is wrongPAIN: PAIN Characteristics: Severe, immobilizing chest pain. Usually prescribed as heaviness, pressure, tightness, burning. Location : Substernal , Retrosternal or Epigestric . Radiation: It may radiate to neck, jaw, arm or back . Duration: Lasts for 20 minutes or more.NAUSEA & VOMITING: NAUSEA & VOMITING Stimulation of vomiting center by severe pain causes nausea & vomiting. FEVER 100.4 to 102.2°F It is due to inflammatory process caused by Myocardial cell death.SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM STIMULATION: SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM STIMULATION Increased catecholamine releases. Diaphoresis (perfuse sweating). Cold & clammy skin (“cold sweat”).CARDIOVASCULAR MANIFESTATIONS: CARDIOVASCULAR MANIFESTATIONS Hypotension Decrease cardiac output Shock Urine output ( Oliguria ): <30ml/day . DyspnoeaDIAGNOSTIC TESTS: DIAGNOSTIC TESTSASSESSMENT/DIAGNOSTIC FINDINGS: ASSESSMENT/DIAGNOSTIC FINDINGS It is generally based on presenting symptoms, ECG and laboratory test results. Patient history-it includes Description of presenting symptoms History of previous illness, family health historyCONTD…..: CONTD….. Electrocardiogram- ECG provides information that assists in diagnosing acute MI. The classic ECG changes are- T wave inversion ST segment elevation Abnormal Q waveCONTD…..: CONTD…..Contd…..: Contd …..SERUM CARDIAC MARKERS: SERUM CARDIAC MARKERS CK-MB (ENZYME) TROPONINE-T (PROTEIN)PowerPoint Presentation: CK-MB- increases 3-6 hrs after onset of chest pain, peaks in 12-18 hrs & return to normal within 3-4 days. Cardiac troponin T- increases 7-14 hrs after MI & persists for 5-7 days.PowerPoint Presentation: LDH- it increases 14-24 hrs after onset of MI, peak within 48-72 hrs & slowly return to normal over next 7-14 days. AST- it increases within several hrs after onset of pain, peaks within 12-18 hrs & return to normal within 3-4 days. Leukocytosis - (10,000-20,000/mm 3 ) appears on second day after MI & diappears in 1 wk.ECHOCARDIOGRAM: ECHOCARDIOGRAM PURPOSE: it is useful to assess the ability of heart muscles to contract & relax. It is done to evaluate ventricular function by checking ejection rate. MEGNATIC RESONANCE IMAGING (MRI) PURPOSE: To detect site & extent of myocardial cells.ANGIOGRAPHY: ANGIOGRAPHY To detect percentage of blockage & type of MI. CHEST X-RAY To detect cardiomegaly .PowerPoint Presentation: Positron emission tomography- (PET scan) It is used to evaluate cardiac metabolism & to assess tissue perfusion. MEDICAL MANAGEMENT: MEDICAL MANAGEMENT DRUG THERAPY FIBRINOLYTIC THERAPY MEDICAL MANAGEMENTMEDICAL MANAGEMENT: MEDICAL MANAGEMENT The goal of medical management is to minimize myocardial damage, preserve myocardial function and prevent complications. Pharmacological management- Thrombolytics Analgesics ACE Inhibitors(ACE-I)DRUG THERAPY: DRUG THERAPY ANALGESIC: Morphine Sulphate . NITRATES I/V Nitroglycerine : 4 ampules of NTG are dissolved in 100 ml normal saline to reduce pain by dilating coronary arteries. Sublingual Nitroglycerine: ( Sorbitrate ) At one time patient can take 3 tablets . if pain relieved If pain not relieved Take second Tab. After 10 take next Tab. at same time minutesBETA ADRENERGIC BLOCKERS: BETA ADRENERGIC BLOCKERS ( Propanolol ) it inhibit SNS stimulation of heart. reduces both heart rate & contractility CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS ( Verapamil , Nifedipine ) It causes coronary artery vasodilatation & decreases myocardial contractility. Increases blood supply to myocardium & decreases O 2 demand of myocardium. LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT HEPARIN ( Fragmine ) These inhibit conversion of fibrinogen into fibrin.FIBRINOLYTIC THERAPY: FIBRINOLYTIC THERAPY TIME OF ADMINISTRATION: Thrombolytics are given to the patient upto 12 hours of onset of chest pain but for best results it should be given within 1 hr after onset of chest pain. ACTION: These will dissolve & do lysis of thrombus in coronary artery. It includes streoptokinase , urokinase , t-PA, alteplase . After thrombolytic therapy, IV heparin is continued.Absolute & relative contraindications for thrombolytic therapy: Absolute & relative contraindications for thrombolytic therapy Absolute contraindications- Any prior ICH Ischemic stroke within 3 months Known structural cerebral vascular lesion Known malignant intracranial neoplasm Active bleeding or bleeding dissection Significant closed head trauma within past 3 monthsPowerPoint Presentation: Relative contraindications- History of chronic, severe, poorly controlled hypertension Severe uncontrolled hypertension on presentation History of prior ischemic stroke >3months Dementia Pregnancy Active peptic ulcer Current use of anticoagulants, the higher the INR the greater the risk Allergic reaction to streptokinase or antistreplasePowerPoint Presentation: Pts. with NSTEMI is diagnosed with elevation of cardiac markers. They are not candidates for immediate thrombolytic therapy but should receive anti-ischemic therapy. If STEMI is present, the goal is to achieve a door- to –drug time of 30 min & a door-to –balloon time of within 90 min.SURGICAL MANAGEMENT: SURGICAL MANAGEMENT PTCA ( Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty)STENT PLACEMENT: STENT PLACEMENTATHERECTOMY: ATHERECTOMY With Atherectomy the plaque is shaved off using a type of rotational blade.PowerPoint Presentation: CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS GRAFT (CABG) A portion of saphenous vein from leg is removed & is anastmosed proximally to the ascending aorta & distally to coronary artery.COMPLICATIONS: COMPLICATIONS Dysrrythmias Cardiogenic shock Heart failure Pulmonary embolism Recurrent MI Dressler’s syndromeNURSING MANAGEMENT: NURSING MANAGEMENT Nursing assessmnet - SUBJECTIVE DATA: Past history of M.I., Angina, hypertension. Medication: use of nitrates, calcium channel blockers, antihypertensive drugs. Chest pain: squeezing, sharp & radiation to jaw, neck, arm. OBJECTIVE DATA: General: anxiety, diaphoresis. Integumentary : cool, clammy skin. Cardiovascular signs & findingsPowerPoint Presentation: Nursing interventions in acute stage- Obtain a description of chest discomfort Assess vital signs Assess cardiovascular status Place client in semi-fowler’s position Administer oxygen Establish I/V access Administer NTG as prescribedCONTD…..: CONTD….. Administer Morphine Sulfate as prescribed. Obtain 12-lead ECG Administer I/V and anti- dysrrythmics as prescribed Monitor thrombolytic therapy Monitor for signs of bleeding Monitor lab values Assess distal peripheral pulsesCONTD…..: CONTD….. Monitor intake-output Assess resp. rate and breath sounds Provide reassurance to client and familyCONTD…..: CONTD….. Interventions following acute stage- Maintain bed rest for 24-36 hrs. Provide range of motion exercises Monitor for complications Encourage client to verbalize feelings regarding MINursing diagnosis: Nursing diagnosis Acute pain R/T myocardial ischemia resulting from coronary artery occlusion Outcome- the client will experience improved comfort as evidenced by dec . in pain rating scale. Interventions- assess characteristics of pain Assess respiration, BP, heart rate with each episode of chest pain. Obtain 12 lead WCG on admission & on each episode of chest pain. Monitor respond to drug therapy. Limit visitors. As morphine as ordered. Administer nitrates as ordered.PowerPoint Presentation: Ineffective tissue perfusion R/T thrombus in coronary artery Outcome- the client will demonstrate improved cardiac tissue perfusion as evidenced by dec . rating of pain. Interventions- provide bed rest. Administer oxygen as prescribed. Administer thrombolytics . Monitor ST segments.PowerPoint Presentation: Dysrrhythmias R/T electrical instability or irritability secondary to infarcted tissue Outcome- the client will have no dysrrythmias as evidenced by normal sinus rhythm. Interventions- teach client & family about need for continous monitoring. Assess apical heart rate. Give antidysrrythmic agents as ordered. Monitor effects of antidysrrythmics . Monitor serum K levels. Maintain patent IV line. Monitor ST segments & document changes.PowerPoint Presentation: Decreased cardiac output R/T negativ einotropic changes in heart secondary to myocardial ischemia. Outcome- the client will have improved cardiac output as evidenced by normal cardiac rate, rhythm & hemodynamic parameters. Interventions- assess mental status of pt. Assess lung sounds for crackles & ronchi . Monitor BP . Assess heart sounds for murmur. Monitor urine output. Assess for peripheral perfusion-cyanosis, peripheral pulses. Monitor ABG. Maintain hemodynamic stability & duration.PowerPoint Presentation: Impaired gas exchange R/T decreased cardiac output. Outcome- the client will demonstrate improved gas exchange as evidenced by absence of dyspnea . Interventions- administer oxygen as ordered. Monitor ABG. Continue to assess client’s skin, capillary refill & level of consciousness. Assess respiratory status for dyspnea & crackles. Prepare for intubation & mechanical ventilation if hypoxia inc.PowerPoint Presentation: Risk for bleeding R/T coagulopathies with thrombolytic therapy. Powerlessness R/T a near-death experience & anticipated lifestyle changes. Anxiety & fear R/T hospital admission & fear of death. Risk for constipation R/T bed rest, pain medications & NPO or soft diet. Ineffective health maintenance R/T MI & implications for lifestyle changes. Risk for activity intolerance R/T an imbalance b/w oxygen supply & demand.PowerPoint Presentation: Risk for heart failure R/T disease progress as evidenced by tachycardia, hypotension or hypertension. Excess fluid volume R/T reduced GFR, decreased cardiac output, increased ADH hormone & sodium & water retention. Risk for impaired skin integrity R/T bed rest & decreased tissue perfusion.THANKS: THANKS THANKS You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.