Cardiovascular Alterations

Cardiovascular alteration involve a condition of change in the existing function of biologic molecules  and   cellular, complexes, cells  or tissue components of the heart and the vascular system by which the  pumping of blood takes place and therefore circulate throughout the body in order to provide the body with  nutrient, oxygen and to remove waste product (Jaspers et al., 2018). When there is a change in those finding, complications arose in the body. Therefore, the individual may collapse and die due to the deficiency of required nutrient or oxygen, or even accumulation of waste in the body.  Regarding the case scenario of a 16 years old patient who went to be examined for sports participation that shows no sign of unhealthy condition, he was examined, and the details of the infection were found in him.

Diagnosis and Prescription of the Treatment to the 16-Year-Old Patient

Early diagnosis requires observing the symptoms that an individual may develop. One of them is the pain or pressure that is felt from the center of the chest for some few minutes then disappears, the existence of heartburn, Rapid and irregular heartbeat, cold sweat, nausea, and a slight headache. Other factors may be observed such as discomfort spreading of the back, throat jaw and or arms. Once a doctor sees such symptoms, it becomes necessary to carry further examination to ascertain it is the cardiovascular alteration that may be the problem. The other warning signs that a doctor should pay attention to include. Coughing, tiredness, heartburn, and loss of appetite may also be a sign of the condition.

Treatment of the disease involves the use of Aspirin. They make the blood thin to prevent any chance of further blockages and clots that reduce the clots; Physical exercise can be an excellent remedy to the patient ((Zhenhan & Feng, 2018).  Restoration of the blood flow becomes the treatment that is available for the myocardial infection. It reduces the rate of mortality. This is done by a drug therapy such as fibrinolysis agent and antithrombins. The excellent blood flow can be restored mechanically like the case of coronary angioplasty.

How Behavior Influences the Diagnosis and Prescription of the Treatment of Myocardial

The factor I have selected is behavior. The physical activities of an individual are a prominent factor that can lead to the diagnosis of an individual. In the case of the behavior of the person involved in the activities, there is a lucid examination that can be carried to determine the existence (Huether, & McCance, 2017). There are specific steps to follow in the diagnosis based on the behavioral study. Myocardial ischemia injury is one of the causes of cellular change and hence affects the process of depolarization and repolarization. It can be detected based on the behavior of an individual. Its diagnosis is a transit of ECG and may result from waving inversion. The changing function of the blood vessels may also result from Biochemical markers. It is a process where intracellular cardiac enzymes may enter the blood as an ischemic cell. They die, and eleven levels may be used to the myocardial infection.

Behavior also influences the treatment of Myocardial. There are the primary ways that cardiovascular alteration may occur in the body that can be managed by behavior treatment. Their treatment of such condition and ensure that all body blood vessels are properly checked to avoid the advance effect of the state. Late treatment may result in collapse and death. Its predisposing factor includes stress, bold high pressure and other infections in the blood system.





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Zhenhan, L. I., & Feng, B. (2018). Alteration in blood pressure and heart rate during standing-squatting-restanding test in patients with diabetic cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy. Chinese Journal of Diabetes26(5), 370-373.