Maria Case Study
Maria is a sedentary, 68-year-old woman who is overweight. She complains that her hands and feet are always cold and she tires quickly when cleaning the house. Maria comes in for a visit. When she comes in for a visit, her blood pressure is one-eighty-four over ninety-eight. She has edema around her ankles and legs. You are concerned about an echocardiogram that indicates Maria has an enlarged heart.
1. Identify two reasons why Maria will have tissue ischemia. How might this lead to hypoxia?
2. What are the two early and reversible changes that occur to tissue cells when they are hypoxic?
3. What specific type of cellular adaptation has taken place in Maria’s enlarged heart? What made you come to this conclusion?
Please use Porth’s Pathophysiology concepts of altered healthstate. Edition 9 to be included as reference.
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