FOR A-PLUS WRITER ONLY Please find all the attached assignment and go thru. And let me know how much you want to do it for . Is very urgent and i am giving you all these assignments. I must say the last assignment you didnt was completely wrong . It was just discussion post and not what you wrote. But i trust you. Module 03 Case Study – Coronary Artery Disease John Miller, a 65-year old patient, was referred to the cardiologist’s office for an evaluation. The patient had recently started an exercise program for weight loss. For the last 3 weeks, following exercise, he had noticed radiating chest pain (angina pectoris) that stopped after rest. This condition had worsened in the last week. The cardiologist ordered a stress echocardiogram. The stress echo results suggested that the patient had coronary artery disease. The patient was scheduled for a cardiac catheterization the next morning. It was noted in the patient’s chart that he smoked two packs of cigarettes per day. What is the abbreviation for coronary artery disease? What symptoms suggest that this patient is suffering from coronary artery disease and not some other disorder? Why is it important to test the heart under stress rather than obtaining a resting echocardiogram? Why is a cardiac catheterization needed in addition to the stress echo? What lifestyle changes should the patient make to prevent further heart attacks? Answer these five questions about community measures in a properly APA formatted Word document. Module 03 Discussion – Artifacts and Troubleshooting on EKG NO NEED FOR APA FORMATTING , JUST HALF OF A PAGE. DISCUSSION POST. It is not uncommon for patients to have cardiovascular troubles when they visit a physician’s office. As a medical assistant you may be responsible for performing electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG). Along with knowing how to properly perform this procedure, you need to know how to troubleshoot problems that can occur while recording the heart’s activity. One of the problems that you may encounter is an artifact. List two different artifacts that can occur during an ECG tracing, what the potential causes might be for that artifact, and how you would correct it so you can help the physician make an accurate diagnosis.