5 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- A condition of a heart rate consistently above 100 bpm.
- Brachial, carotid, dorsal pedal, femoral, popliteal, posterior tibial, radial, temporal. The carotid and radial sites are the most common sites for measuring a patient's pulse rate.
- Adequate force and consistent beats.
- Inconsistency during heart rate measurement with regard to strength and beat of the heart.
4 True/False questions
Heart Rate / Pulse → Page 104 - 105
Infant Normal Heart Rate → 60 - 100 bpm
Peripheral Pulse Assessment Grading System: 0 - 3 Scale → 0 = Absent: 1+ = diminished: 2+ = Normal: 3+ = Moderately Increased: 4+ = Markedly Increased
Adult Normal Heart Rate → 60 - 100 bpm