1. Evaluate Janes fluid volume and electrolyte status. Which physical assessment findings support your analysis?

Case Study #3 Jane Fonda Is a 74 year-old female who lives alone, and has been admitted to the hospital because of weakness and confusion. She has a history of chronic heart failure and chronic diuretic use. Objective Data: Neurological: confusion, slow to respond to questioning, generalized weakness Cardiovascular: blood pressure 90/62, heart rate 112 and irregular, peripheral pulse is weak, EKG indicates sinus tachycardia Pulmonary respiration 12 per minute and shallow Additional findings: decreased skin turgor and dry mucous membranes Significant Laboratory Results: Serum Electrolytes: Sodium 141mEq/L Potassium 2.5 mEq/L Chloride 85mEq/L HC)3 43mEq/L BUN 42 mg/dl (15mmol/L) Arterial blood gas (ph 7.52, PaCO2 55mmHg PaO2 88mmHg HC)3 42mEq/L. Which laboratory results support your analysis? What is the most likely etiology of these imbalances? 2. Explain the rational for Janes EKG changes I need 3 references from 2015 to 2018 one citation should come from Understanding Pathophysiology by Huether McCanece 5ed