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Some ways to im- action that lowers blood pressure also stimulates the SNS and prove accuracy and validity include using correct triggers reflexive compensatory mechanisms (vasoconstric- equipment (eg, proper cuff size), having the client tion, tachycardia, and increased cardiac output), which raise rested and in the same position each time blood pres- blood pressure. This effect can be prevented during long-term sure is measured (eg, sitting or supine with arm at therapy by also giving a drug that prevents excessive sym- heart level), and using the same arm for repeated mea- pathetic stimulation (eg, propranolol, an adrenergic blocker). These drugs also cause sodium and water retention, which • In most cases of early hypertension, elevated blood may be minimized by concomitant diuretic therapy. If symptoms do occur, they are usually nonspecific (eg, headache, weakness, fatigue, tachycardia, dizziness, palpitations, INDIVIDUAL DRUGS epistaxis). Antiadrenergic drugs are discussed in Chapter 19 and pectoris, myocardial infarction, or heart failure. Antihypertensive agents are pain, tachycardia, dyspnea, fatigue, and edema may shown in the Drugs at a Glance: Antihypertensive Drugs; occur. Brain damage may be indicated by transient antihypertensive-diuretic combination products are listed ischemic attacks or strokes of varying severity with in Drugs at a Glance: Oral Antihypertensive Combination symptoms ranging from syncope to hemiparesis. Ophthalmoscopic examination may reveal hem- orrhages, sclerosis of arterioles, and inflammation of Nursing Process the optic nerve (papilledema). Because arterioles can be visualized in the retina of the eye, damage to retinal Assessment vessels may indicate damage to arterioles in the heart, brain, and kidneys. These include: • Decreased Cardiac Output related to disease process or • Obesity drug therapy • Elevated serum cholesterol (total and low-density • Ineffective Coping related to long-term lifestyle changes lipoprotein) and triglycerides and drug therapy • Cigarette smoking • Noncompliance related to lack of knowledge about hyper- • Sedentary lifestyle tension and its management, costs and adverse effects of • Family history of hypertension or other cardiovascular disease drug therapy, and psychosocial factors • African-American race • Disturbed Body Image related to the need for long-term • Renal disease (eg, renal artery stenosis) management and medical supervision • Adrenal disease (eg, hypersecretion of aldosterone, • Fatigue related to antihypertensive drug therapy pheochromocytoma) • Deficient Knowledge related to hypertension, anti- • Other cardiovascular disorders (eg, atherosclerosis, left hypertensive drug therapy, and nondrug lifestyle ventricular hypertrophy) changes • Diabetes mellitus • Sexual Dysfunction related to adverse drug effects 804 SECTION 9 DRUGS AFFECTING THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Planning/Goals clothing, too loosely, deflated too rapidly, or reinflated be- The client will: fore completely deflated; a regular-sized cuff used on large arms that need a large cuff; using the stethoscope di- • Receive or take antihypertensive drugs correctly aphragm rather than the bell). It is disturbing to think that • Be monitored closely for therapeutic and adverse drug antihypertensive drugs may be prescribed and dosages effects, especially when drug therapy is started, when changed on the basis of inaccurate blood pressures. PRINCIPLES OF THERAPY Preventive measures are mainly lifestyle changes to reduce risk factors. These measures should be started in childhood Therapeutic Regimens and continued throughout life. Once hypertension is diag- nosed, lifetime adherence to a therapeutic regimen may be Once the diagnosis of hypertension is established, a thera- necessary to control the disease and prevent complications. If this intervention at community, family, and personal levels in- goal cannot be achieved, lowering blood pressure to any ex- clude the following: tent is still considered beneficial in decreasing the incidence • Participate in programs to promote healthful lifestyles of coronary artery disease and stroke. If hypertension develops in women taking oral intake, regular physical activity, moderate alcohol intake, contraceptives, the drug should be discontinued for 3 to and no smoking). If these modifications do not produce 6 months to see whether blood pressure decreases without goal blood pressure or substantial progress toward goal antihypertensive drugs. Studies also indicate decreased cardio- portance of effective management, especially as related to vascular morbidity and mortality with ACE inhibitors. In addition, several studies blood pressure, options for further management include in- have shown that compliance decreases as the number of creasing the drug dose, substituting another drug, or adding drugs and number of doses increase. If the response is still The nurse can help increase compliance by teaching inadequate, a second or third drug may be added, including the client about hypertension, helping the client make a diuretic if not previously prescribed. In addition, review smoking, and other changes are most likely to be effective other factors that may decrease the therapeutic response, if attempted one at a time. Wait at least 2 wk between dose increments Perindopril (Aceon) PO 4–16 mg daily, in 1 or 2 doses Ramipril (Altace) PO 2. Main- tenance dose 2–4 mg daily, in a single dose, adjusted according to blood pressure control Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers Candesartan (Atacand) PO 16 mg once daily initially, increased if necessary to a maximum of 32 mg daily, in 1 or 2 doses Eprosartan (Teveten) PO 600 mg daily initially; may be increased to 800 mg daily, in 1 or 2 doses Irbesartan (Avapro) PO 150 mg once daily initially, increased up to 300 mg once daily, if necessary Losartan (Cozaar) PO 50 mg daily initially (25 mg for those who have hepatic impairment or are taking a diuretic) Maintenance dose 35–100 mg daily, in 1 or 2 doses, adjusted according to blood pressure control Olmesartan (Benicar) PO 20 mg daily initially, increased to 40 mg after 2 wk Telmisartan (Micardis) PO 40 mg daily initially, increased to a maximum of 80 mg daily if necessary Valsartan (Diovan) PO 80 mg daily initially, when used as monotherapy in clients who are not volume depleted. However, adding a diuretic is more effective than increasing dose be- yond 80 mg. Antiadrenergic Agents ALPHA1-BLOCKING AGENTS Doxazosin (Cardura) PO 1 mg once daily initially, increased to 2 mg, then to 4, 8, and 16 mg daily if necessary Prazosin (Minipress) PO 1 mg 2 to 3 times daily initially, increased if necessary to 20 mg in divided doses.

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About 25% of the metabolites are excreted in the creased production of corticosteroids, especially cortisol as bile, then in the feces. The other 75% enter the circulation and the primary glucocorticoid and aldosterone as the primary are excreted by the kidneys. These disorders include the following: disease, and excretion is slowed by renal disease. In this condition, there is inadequate production The term corticosteroids actually means all secretions of the of both cortisol and aldosterone. Glucocorticoids include cortisol, corticosterone, by inadequate secretion of corticotropin, is most often and cortisone. Cortisol accounts for at least 95% of glucocor- caused by prolonged administration of corticosteroid 336 SECTION 4 DRUGS AFFECTING THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM BOX 24–1 EFFECTS OF GLUCOCORTICOIDS ON BODY PROCESSES AND SYSTEMS Carbohydrate Metabolism flammatory chemicals, such as interleukin-1, prostaglandins, and • ↑Formation of glucose (gluconeogenesis) by breaking down leukotrienes, by injured cells. The immune system normally protects the ported to the liver, where they are acted on by enzymes that body from foreign invaders, and several immune responses convert them to glucose. The glucose is then returned to the overlap inflammatory responses, including phagocytosis. In circulation for use by body tissues or storage in the liver as addition, the immune response stimulates the production of glycogen. Glucocorticoids impair protein synthesis, including the uted to a ↓effect of insulin on the proteins that normally trans- production of antibodies; ↓the numbers of circulating lympho- port glucose into cells and by ↓numbers and functional capacity cytes, eosinophils, and macrophages; and ↓amounts of lymphoid of insulin receptors. These effects help to account for the immunosuppressive • Both the ↑production and ↓use of glucose promote higher lev- and antiallergic actions of the glucocorticoids. These actions also increase the amount of • Help to regulate arterial blood pressure by modifying vascular glucose stored as glycogen in the liver, skeletal muscles, and smooth muscle tone, by modifying myocardial contractility, other tissues. Thus, glycogen stores in the body are • ↓Secretion of corticotropin-releasing hormone by the hypothal- ↑ and protein stores are ↓. This Lipid Metabolism results in suppression of further glucocorticoid secretion by the • ↑Breakdown of adipose tissue into fatty acids; the fatty acids adrenal cortex (negative feedback system). Inflammation is the normal bodily re- • ↓Bone formation and growth and ↑bone breakdown. First, a large coids also ↓intestinal absorption and ↑renal excretion of calcium. Second, leukocytes migrate into in adults and to ↓linear growth in children. Third, tissue healing occurs, largely by growth of fi- Respiratory System brous scar tissue. Glucocorticoids do not have direct ticoids probably do not significantly affect inflammation and bronchodilating effects, but help to maintain and restore re- healing, but large amounts of glucocorticoids inhibit all three sponsiveness to the bronchodilating effects of endogenous cat- stages of the inflammatory process. More specifically, corticosteroids stabilize lysosomal mem- • Stabilize mast cells and other cells to inhibit the release of bron- branes (and thereby prevent the release of inflammatory prote- choconstrictive and inflammatory substances, such as histamine. This effect may ↓protective prop- thereby impair phagocytosis of pathogenic microorganisms and erties of the mucus and contribute to the development of peptic waste products of cellular metabolism), and ↓production of in- ulcer disease. This condition is largely a glucocorticoid defi- tion, which then leads to excessive adrenal secretion of ciency; mineralocorticoid secretion is not significantly androgens and hyperplasia. Low plasma result from excessive corticotropin or a primary adrenal levels of cortisol lead to excessive corticotropin secre- tumor. CHAPTER 24 CORTICOSTEROIDS 337 BOX 24–2 EFFECTS OF MINERALOCORTICOIDS ON BODY PROCESSES AND SYSTEMS • The overall physiologic effects are to conserve sodium and high, the sodium level of extracellular fluid is low, the renin– water and eliminate potassium. Aldosterone increases sodium re- angiotensin system of the kidneys is activated, or the anterior absorption from kidney tubules, and water is reabsorbed along pituitary gland secretes corticotropin. When sodium is conserved, another cation must • Inadequate secretion of aldosterone causes hyperkalemia, hypo- be excreted to maintain electrical neutrality of body fluids; thus, natremia, and extracellular fluid volume deficit (dehydration). This is the only potent mechanism for con- Hypotension and shock may result from decreased cardiac out- trolling the concentration of potassium ions in extracellular fluids. In general, secretion is hypernatremia, and extracellular fluid volume excess (water increased when the potassium level of extracellular fluid is intoxication). Benign tumors often produce one corticosteroid normally for most clients, especially for those with diabetes mel- secreted by the adrenal cortex, but malignant tumors litus.

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