Your 68 year old male patient has a history of high choleste…


Yоur 68 yeаr оld mаle pаtient has a histоry of high cholesterol and hypertension. Vitals at baseline today are BP 142/94, pulse 98, respirations 14. He presents for SRP on the right side of his mouth. After administering 1 carpule of lidocaine with 1:100,000 epi, the patient starts to sweat and sits up complaining of chest pains. You ask if he is okay and he says no, he thinks he's having a heart attack. You call your instructor for help and advise the that you need to take his vitals and assess what to do. Use this information to answer the following questions. QUESTION: If you suspect a myocardial infarction and administer aspirin, why should the patient chew it instead of swallowing it whole?

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