001 - SPEAKING - NURSING - A 67-YEAR-OLD PATIENT - HYPERTENSION - MODERATELY ELEVATED BLOOD PRESSURE
Updated: Apr 24, 2020
CANDIDATE CARD: NURSING
SETTING: GENERAL PRACTICE
A 67-year-old patient who has had hypertension with no known cause for many years has come in for a follow-up appointment. His/her blood pressure is moderately elevated today and he/she appears anxious.
# Find out if the patient has had any issues complying with the medications or exercising/eating healthily.
# Explain the importance of medications for blood pressure control.
# Discuss lifestyle changes that the patient can make to reduce their blood pressure (e.g. take the medications as prescribed, increase exercise, and eat a healthier diet, etc.).
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