The SymptomsThis ANSassociated disease produces a reflex response decreasing cardiac output (CO) and heart rate (HR)further producing shortness of breath, chest pain and syncope. The disease is Bradycardia is about vagus nerve.
How would you diagnose thisANSassociated disease?What clinical diagnostic aids would you utilize in this process and why?
Why might an athlete be incorrectly diagnosed and treated for this condition? Does an accurate and thorough patient history determine proper diagnosis?
What varying specialties might be involved in this differential diagnostic process and why? Is cranial nerve testing necessary? Define your reasoning.Misdiagnosis
Define the major characteristics associated with this ANSassociated disease. Demonstrate at least three
Treatment is not necessary in all cases of this disease.Define the standard treatment protocol for this disease outlining the risks and benefits associated
This ANSassociated disease can affect multiple human systems. List and describe a systemic implication for each of the systems listed below.Why might an athlete be incorrectly diagnosed and treated for this condition? Does an accurate and thorough patient history determine proper diagnosis?
· Peripheral Nervous
· Central Nervous
· Autonomic Nervous
This ANSassociated disease is a neurological mechanism involving the dysfunction of a major cranial nerve. Identify the cranial nerve and the associated branch of the ANS involved. Define and explain how the cardiovascular system is adversely affected by this ANS division dysfunction.
Please cite all sources/references in the APA format.
please give all references my instructor prefer Mayo Clinic, WebMD, MedicineNet.com