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Vital Signs-Normal Ranges

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Breathing Rate-Adult
A) 18-24
B) Up to 60
C) 12-20
D) 22-36
c
Breathing Rate-Child (1-Puberty)
A) 18-24
B) Up to 60
C) 12-20
D) 22-36
a
Breathing Rate-Infant
A) 18-24
B) Up to 60
C) 12-20
D) 22-36
D
Normal Pulse-Adult
A) 120+
B) 60-100
C) 80-120
b
Normal Pulse-Child (1-Puberty)
A) 120+
B) 60-100
C) 80-120
c
Normal Pulse-Infant
A) 120+
B) 60-100
C) 80-120
a
What is the normal body temperature in ºC?
37
Blood Pressure-Adult Male
A) 100+Age (up to 150 mmHg)/ 65-90 mmHg
B) 80+ (2*Age)/50-80 mmHg
C) 100+ Age (up to 140 mmHg)/55-80 mmHg
a
Blood Pressure-Adult Female
A) 100+Age (up to 150 mmHg)/ 65-90 mmHg
B) 80+ (2*Age)/50-80 mmHg
C) 100+ Age (up to 140 mmHg)/55-80 mmHg
c
Blood Pressure-Child
A) 100+Age (up to 150 mmHg)/ 65-90 mmHg
B) 80+ (2*Age)/50-80 mmHg
C) 100+ Age (up to 140 mmHg)/55-80 mmHg
b
SaO2 95% - 100% indicates _____ range
normal
SaO2 91% - 94% indicates ____ hypoxemia and O2 therapy should be started at ___ L/min via a __
mild 4 NC
SaO2 85% - 90% indicates ____ hypoxemia and O2 therapy should be started at ___ L/min via a __
moderate 15 NRB
SaO2 < 85% indicates ____ hypoxemia and O2 therapy should be started at ___ L/min via a __
severe 15 BVM
What is the normal range for BGL?
4-8 mmol/L
What does a measurement greater than 8-9 mmol/L indicate?
hyperglycemia
What does a measurement less than 3-4 mmol/L indicate?
hypoglycemia
What does a heart rate of over 100 bpm in adults or over 120 in children indicate?
tachycardia
What does a heart rate of under 60 bpm in adults or under 80 bpm in children indicate?
bradycardia
What does a breathing rate of less than 12 in adults or less then 20 in children indicate?
Bradypnea
What does a breathing rate of more than 20 in adults, 40 in children or 60 in infants indicate?
Tachypnea
What does a elevated BP indicate?
Hypertension
What does a low BP indicate?
Hypotension
Breathing Rate-Neonates
A) 18-24
B) Up to 60
C) 12-20
D) 22-36
b
What is the normal body temperature in ºF?
98.6