SOB, LETHARGY AND SYNCOPE – Part A

SOB, LETHARGY AND SYNCOPE – Part A

Kim Macfarlane (CNS) sheds lights on acutely ill older adults presenting with shortness of breath, lethargy, syncope and change of mental status. Two presentations: Part A and Part B.

Objective

  • To differentiate the presentations of SOB, syncope, mental status changes as they relate to CV/CP and neuro systems in older adults.
  • To identify care interventions when an older adult presents with the stated chief complaints.

Content Overview

  • Cardio-Pulmonary/Neurological Changes and Alerts (includes atypical MI, paroxysmal atrial fibrillation, heart failure, COPD, Adult RSV, CVA, TIA)

Also continues to Part B

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