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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Calculate the pulse deficit for the following apical pulse of 104, and radial pulse of 80
  2. 1st factor causing changes in BP readings
  3. Convert Fahrenheit to celsius
  4. Blood Pressure Length of Bladder
  5. The term Afebrile means
  1. a 24
  2. b No fever is present or the temperature is withing normal range
  3. c (F-32) X 0.56 = C
  4. d Should be approximately 80 % of the circumference of the patient's upper arrm
  5. e 1. Force of the heartbeat, resistance of the arterial system, elasticty of the arteries, volume of blood in the arteries, & position of the patient(lying, sitting, standing)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 30 to 50 mm Hg.Example: if systolic is 120mm Hg, and Diastolic is 80mm Hg the pulse pressure is 40mm Hg. (120 - 80 = 40) Pulse pressure should be one-third of the systolic reading
  2. Refers to the regularity of the pulse, or the spacing of the beats, described as regular or irregular
  3. Bubbling or noisy sounds caused by fluids or mucus in the air passages
  4. The thermometer detects & measure the thermal, infrared energy radiating from blood vessels in the tympanic membrane, or eardrum.
  5. earpieces, tubing, disk or diaphragm

5 True/False questions

  1. Celsius Boiling temp100 Degrees

          

  2. Temperature of 106 degrees Fahrenheit equals what in Celsius41.1 degrees Celsius

          

  3. At what temperature is a body considered to have a feverWhen a body temperature reaches above 101 degrees Fahrenheit or 38.3 degrees Celsius

          

  4. Blood Pressure cuff size determinationThe width of the cuff should be approximately 40 % of the circumference of the patient's upper arm.

          

  5. Children Pulse ages 1 - 7 years is30 to 50 mm Hg.Example: if systolic is 120mm Hg, and Diastolic is 80mm Hg the pulse pressure is 40mm Hg. (120 - 80 = 40) Pulse pressure should be one-third of the systolic reading