The NP is called to evaluate a 57-year-old man who reports episodes of acute angina with physical exertion. He is currently taking an ACE inhibitor…

The NP is called to evaluate a 57-year-old man who reports episodes of acute angina with physical exertion. He is currently taking an ACE inhibitor and low-dose aspirin. The NP considers which of the following approaches at the start of anginal symptoms?

An oral dose of a P2Y12 inhibitor

An extra dose of the ACE inhibitor

A dose of nitroglycerin via sublingual spray

Supplemental oxygen therapy for 10 minutes

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