Heart Attack - Continuing Education Quiz

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1. Only older men are at risk for heart attacks.(Required)
1. Only older men are at risk for heart attacks.
2. A healthy heart never gets tired.(Required)
2. A healthy heart never gets tired.
3. The heart tissue that is damaged by a heart attack can be repaired.(Required)
3. The heart tissue that is damaged by a heart attack can be repaired.
4. It's very important for someone having a heart attack to get to the hospital within one hour of the beginning of symptoms.(Required)
4. It's very important for someone having a heart attack to get to the hospital within one hour of the beginning of symptoms.
5. A heart attack can be caused by:(Required)
5. A heart attack can be caused by:
6. Your client, Mrs. White, is afraid to exercise since having a heart attack. You should:(Required)
6. Your client, Mrs. White, is afraid to exercise since having a heart attack. You should:
7. It's a good idea for most heart attack survivors to change their lifestyle.(Required)
7. It's a good idea for most heart attack survivors to change their lifestyle.
8. Mr. Lee is recovering from a heart attack and he has high blood pressure. He asks you to add salt to his food. You tell him:(Required)
8. Mr. Lee is recovering from a heart attack and he has high blood pressure. He asks you to add salt to his food. You tell him:
9. Heart attack warning signs can be easy to ignore.(Required)
9. Heart attack warning signs can be easy to ignore.
10. When blood and oxygen can't get to the heart, the heart tissue begins to die.(Required)
10. When blood and oxygen can't get to the heart, the heart tissue begins to die.
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