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5 Matching Questions

  1. Adult Pulse for men is
  2. Oral Normal Average temperature is
  3. Fahrenheit boiling temp
  4. Temperature of 101 degrees Fahrenheit equals what in celsius
  5. Body Sites where temperature can be taken are
  1. a 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit
  2. b 38.3 degrees celsius
  3. c Temporal, Oral, Axillary, Rectal, Aural
  4. d 212 Degrees
  5. e 60-70 beats per minute

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. 1. Factors causing changes in readings; force of the heartbeat, resistance of the arterial system, elasticity of the arteries, volume of blood in the arteris, & position of the patient(lying down, sitting, or standing)
    2. Factors that may increase blood pressure: excitement, anxiety, nervous tension, exercise, eating, pain, obesity, smoking, Stimulating drugs.
    3. Factors that may decrease blood pressure: rest, sleep, depressant drugs, shock, dehydration, hemorrhage (excessive loss of blood) & fasting
  2. They must be counted in such a way that the patient is unaware of the procedure.
  3. At the neck on either side of the trachea
  4. 4 feet
  5. Difficult or labored breathing

5 True/False Questions

  1. Cheyne-StokesAbnormal breathing pattern characterized by periods of dyspnea followed by periods of apnea; frequently noted in the dying patient

          

  2. Rectal temperature must be left in place for how longAre taken with a special tympanic thermometer that is placed in the ear or auditory canal.

          

  3. An irregular or abnormal rhythm is a/an what97.6 degrees Fahrenheit

          

  4. WheezingDifficult breathing with a high pitched whistling or sighing sound during expiration; caused by a narrowing of bronchioles( as seen in asthma) & or an obstruction or mucus accumulation in the bronchi

          

  5. Apical pulses should be taken for how long60 seconds/1 minute

          

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