pulse taken over heart
irregular heart rhythm
pertaining to the ear
force exerted by heart on the arterial walls
another word for the quality of something
irregular respirations with periods of apnea
bluish color of skin or mucous membranes
bottom number of BP
elevated temperature above 101 F
high blood pressure
low body temperature
must sit straight up to breathe
the difference between the apical and radial pulses
crackling sound that indicates fluid in the lungs
temperature taken in the anus
blood pressure cuff
top number of blood pressure reading
degree of strength of a pulse
high pitched whistling heard over the lungs
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