Heart Rate-Adult Normal
Heart Rate-Infant Normal
60-90/30-55 mm Hg
Blood Pressure-Infant Normal
100-140/60-90 mm Hg
Blood Pressure-Adult Normal
140-159/90-99 mm Hg
160-179/100-109 mm Hg
>180/110 mm Hg
Systolic pressure is <100 mm Hg. This condition is not dangerous, however the patient may experience periods of dizziness especially when changing position.
Ankle-Brachial Index (ABI)
A test that measures arterial perfusion using a Doppler unit. Blood pressures are measured in supine using both UE's (brachial artery) and LE's (dorsalis pedis or tibialis posterior artery). ABI = highest LE systolic pressure/brachial systolic pressure.
ABI-.5 to .9
Arterial occlusion, Impairment with wound healing, Ther Ex beneficial
Severe arterial occlusion, Poor to no wound healing, Ther Ex contraindicated
Reflexes: Moderately increased
Reflexes: Markedly increased
30-50 respirations per minute
Respiration Rate-Infant Normal
12-18 respirations per minute
Respiration Rate-Adult Normal
CPR: Ratio of Compressions:Ventilations
CPR: Rescue Breathing Only
CPR: Breathing with CPR
Female: 12-16 g/dL; Male: 14-18 g/dL
98.6F or 37C
Normal Body Temperature
Consult with MD for increased risk of bleeding
Risk of hemarthrosis
Increased Total Blood Cholesterol Levels
Increased Levels of LDL (Low-Density Lipoproteins)
Female: <50 mg/dL; Male: <40 mg/dL
Low Levels of HDL (High-Density Lipoproteins)
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