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5 Matching Questions

  1. Korotkoff's sounds
  2. Pulse rhythm
  3. Basal metabolic rate
  4. Vital signs
  5. cardiac output
  1. a a series of five sounds produced by blood within the artery with each ventricular contraction
  2. b the pattern of the beats and intervals between the beats
  3. c (BMR) the rate of energy utilization in the body required to maintain essential activities such as breathing
  4. d measurements of physiological functioning, specifically body temperature, pulse, respirations, and blood pressure; may include pain and pulse oximetry
  5. e volume of blood pumped into the arteries by the heart that equals the result of the stroke volume X the heart rate / minute.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. the pressure of the blood against the arterial walls when the ventricles of the heart contract
  2. the measure of the pressure exerted by the blood as it pulsates through the arteries
  3. a pulse located in the periphery of the body (eg, foot, wrist)
  4. refers to those aspects of breathing that are different from normal, effortless breathing, includes the amount of effort exerted to breathe and the sounds produced by breathing
  5. a temperature that rises to fever level rapidly following a normal temperature and then returns to normal within a few hours

5 True/False Questions

  1. Inhalation(inspiration) the act of breathing in; the intake of air or other substances into the lungs

          

  2. Remittent feverthe occurrence short febrile periods of a few days interspersed with periods of 1 or 2 days of normal temperature

          

  3. Ventilationvery shallow respirations

          

  4. Febrilethe wave of blood within an artery that is created by contraction of the left ventricle of the heart

          

  5. flush phasefeeling chills, coldness, shivering, etc

          

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