A patient with a history of angina pectoris arrives in emergency complaining of headache, visual disturbances and feeling dizzy. Your nursing assessment also notes he looks flushed, is perspiring perfusely and is experiencing palpitations. You should suspect:

A An overdose of sublingual nitroglycerin
B The onset of a myocardial infarction
C The patient has been over exercising
D The beginning of a severe chest infection



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