Reflection and Critical Analysis of Simulation


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Reflection and Critical Analysis of Simulation
Unstable coronary syndrome, which includes unstable angina, can be either ST-segment elevation or non-ST-segment elevation. While the former has always been viewed as more serious, higher rates of mortality are associated with non-ST-segment over the long-term (
, 2006). Unstable angina is a symptom of coronary heart disease and is caused by blocked blood flow to the heart or myocardial ischemia because of occlusion of a coronary artery (
). Segment element pertains to whether occlusion is total or partial. The key issues in the scenario involving Mrs. Smith relate to the competency of knowledge-based practice and the impact of gender on nursing care. Knowledge-based...
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