Skip Navigation
Department of Health and Human Services www.hhs.gov
 
Slide Tray
0 slides

Return to Slide Library

Slides

Add Presentation to Slide Tray Presentation:

Management of the Patient with Stable Ischemic Heart Disease and Preserved Left Ventricular Systolic Function

Slide: 8 of 21

Patient Discussion: Informed Decisionmaking

To help the patient make an informed decision about adding an ACEI or an ARB, you:

Discussion of answers:

A.Incorrect. While the statement is true, this action is incomplete. Shared decisionmaking involves a discussion with the patient about benefits and harms, and where available, the associated probabilities of those outcomes, combined with the individual patient’s health status and personal preferences,  in order to weigh the options and find an agreed course of action.

B.Incorrect. While the statement is true, this action is incomplete. Shared decisionmaking involves a discussion with the patient about benefits and harms, and where available, the associated probabilities of those outcomes, combined with the individual patient’s health status and personal preferences,  in order to weigh the options and find an agreed course of action.

C.Incorrect. While the statement is true, this action is incomplete. Shared decisionmaking involves a discussion with the patient about benefits and harms, and where available, the associated probabilities of those outcomes, combined with the individual patient’s health status and personal preferences,  in order to weigh the options and find an agreed course of action.

D.Incorrect. While the statement is true, this action is incomplete. Shared decisionmaking involves a discussion with the patient about benefits and harms, and where available, the associated probabilities of those outcomes, combined with the individual patient’s health status and personal preferences,  in order to weigh the options and find an agreed course of action.

E.Incorrect. While the statement is true, this action is incomplete. Shared decisionmaking involves a discussion with the patient about benefits and harms, and where available, the associated probabilities of those outcomes, combined with the individual patient’s health status and personal preferences,  in order to weigh the options and find an agreed course of action.

F.Correct. Shared decisionmaking involves a discussion with the patient about benefits and harms, and where available, the associated probabilities of those outcomes, combined with the individual patient’s health status and personal preferences,  in order to weigh the options and find an agreed course of action.