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5 Matching questions

  1. Temperature of 93 degrees Fahrenheit equals what in Celsius
  2. Respiration definition
  3. Aural Temperature is placed where
  4. Blood Pressure Length of Bladder
  5. Temperature of 33.9 degrees celsius equals what in Fahrenheit
  1. a Should be approximately 80 % of the circumference of the patient's upper arrm
  2. b 33.9 degrees celsius
  3. c 93 degrees Fahrenheit
  4. d Are taken with a special tympanic thermometer that is placed in the ear or auditory canal.
  5. e Another vital sign, is the process of taking in oxygen & expelling carbon dioxide from the lungs & respiratory tract. One respiration consists of one inspiration (breathing in) & one expiration (breathing out)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (C X 1.8) + 32 =
  2. rate
  3. under the arm in the armpit area
  4. 98.6 to 100.6 degrees Fahrenheit
  5. Refers to the pressure of the blood pushing against the wall of an artery as the heart beats & rests. Throbbing caused by the contractions of the heart

5 True/False questions

  1. What can a patient do that would alter their temperatureEating or Drinking hot/cold liquids, & or smoking can alter the temperature in the mouth

          

  2. Axillary Average Temperature in Celsius36.4 Degrees Celsius

          

  3. At what low temperature can a body dieDeath usually occurs if the body temperature drops below 93 degrees Fahrenheit or 33.9 degrees Celsius

          

  4. To clean the glass thermometer what must you put the thermometer inA container filled with disinfectant solution (usually 70 % alcohol).

          

  5. Body Sites where temperature can be taken areDeath usually occurs if the body temperature drops below 93 degrees Fahrenheit or 33.9 degrees Celsius

          

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