# Chapter 12 @jeff_yulo

What is most important to assess during secondary assessment?
Airway
Pulse
Respiration
Chief complaint
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You are assessing a 55-year-old male complaining of chest pain and have determined that his radial pulse is barely palpable. You also determine that there were 20 pulsations over a span of 30 seconds. Based on this, how would you report this patient's pulse?
Pulse 20, weak, and regular
Pulse 20 and weak
Pulse 40 and weak
Pulse 40, weak, and irregular
Which of the following are the vital signs that need to be recorded?
Pulse, respiration, skin color, skin temperature and condition
Pulse, respiration, skin color, skin temperature and condition, pupils, blood pressure, and bowel sounds
Pulse, respiration, skin color, skin temperature and condition, pupils, and blood pressure
Pulse, respiration, skin color, skin temperature, pupils, and blood pressure