Without knowing the patient and their specfic details, in my experience
1. Decreased Cardiac Output
2. Activity intolerance
3. Altered cardiopulmonary tissue perfusion
4. Fluid volume excess
There are many more like self care deficits due to fatigue, ineffective individual coping r/t change in health condition, etc.
As the previous poster stated, your care plan needs to be individualized for that patient ( client centered). Your assessment of a patient will guide you to problems THE PATIENT is having, not what we THINK should be happening. It took me a long time to remember that in order to write care plans
for the patient that was effective.
Hope that helps.