PLEASE COMPLETE BY EVENING THANK YOU!CASE STUDY 1: CardiovascularAnswer each question in detail. Please be very clear as to which case study and which question you are answering. You should number your answers according to the case study questions.Mr. J.L is a 62-year-old male who is scheduled to have coronary artery bypass surgery. His father died of a myocardial infarction (MI) at 65 years of age. Mr. J.L. has recently quit smoking. His cholesterol is 220 mg/dL with an HDL of 40 mg/dL. You are the nurse caring for Mr. J. L.Critical Thinking Questions:1. What will you do to prepare Mr. J.L. for surgery? 2. What assessments will you perform for Mr. J.L. when he is awaiting surgery? 3. What will be two priority nursing diagnoses in the postoperative period? 4. What are three key nursing interventions? Provide a rationale for each. 5. When he is transferred out of critical care, what complications will you monitor for Mr. J. L.?CASE STUDY 2: CardiovascularOn routine exam of an otherwise healthy 78-year-old man, you note a systolic murmur. Critical Thinking Questions:1) What are the possible etiologies of this murmur?2) What happens normally during systole and what could cause a murmur during systole?3) What are the associated symptoms?4) Describe how would you distinguish the differences between the patient having an aortic stenosis or mitral regurgitation?5) How is a murmur diagnosed and how is it treated?Discussion Board Grading RubricThe original post should be approximately 200-300 total words. Please make sure that each answer has a complete APA reference from your textbook or other MPI materials and includes a page number.CategoryPoint ValuesFully met 8-10ptsPartially met 5-7ptsNot met 0-4ptsContent200-300 wordsPost is original and answers the question using course textbook and shows nursing knowledge base. Student has responded to 2 classmates. Entry provides answers the question but does apply knowledge base as outlined in textbookEntry does not answer the question and lacking information from text. Little or no nursing knowledge base.FluencyGood grammar, sentence structure, and spelling.Entry has more than 2-3 grammatical and spelling errors.Entry contains one or more serious grammatical and spelling problems.APAAPA reference of student textImproper use of APA format Student cited textNo use of APA format and word count guidelines.Use of online resourceApplication to career100-200 wordsApplication to career by specifying relevant Nursing interventions and patient education.Student attempted to apply to career but did not correctly state relevant interventions or patient educationAnswers are irrelevant to the issue in discussion. No interventions or patient education provided.