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Vital Sign Vocabualry 5
Sphygmomanometer
Stethoscope
Symptoms
Systolic Blood Pressure
instrumnet calibrated fro measuring blood pressure in millime…
Instrumnet used for listening to interal body sounds
An Indication of a patient condition that connot be observed…
The pressure created in the arteries by the blood during vent…
Sphygmomanometer
instrumnet calibrated fro measuring blood pressure in millime…
Stethoscope
Instrumnet used for listening to interal body sounds
Ch. 5 Vital Signs
______ are important indicators of the…
When does general survey begin?
5 Indicators of an acute situation?
The nurse should call for a rapid resp…
Vital signs
Begins first meeting the patient (interview phase) and is ong…
Extreme anxiety... Acute distress... Pallor... Cyanosis... Change in ment…
1. And acute change in mental status... 2. Stridor... 3. Respiratio…
______ are important indicators of the…
Vital signs
When does general survey begin?
Begins first meeting the patient (interview phase) and is ong…
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5 vital signs
Respiration
HR
BP
PAIN
12-20
60-100
90-140/60-90
1-10
Respiration
12-20
HR
60-100
5 vital signs
RR
MM
CRT
BP
Respiratory rate
Mucous membrane
Capillary refill time
Blood pressure
RR
Respiratory rate
MM
Mucous membrane
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Chp. 5: Vital Signs
Vital Signs
Temperature
Temperature Measuring Tools
Temperature - Factors that influence t…
- Temperature ... - Pulse ... - Respiratory ... - Blood pressure ... - O2…
-* Normal Oral Temp in resting person: 37° C (98.6° F), ... - Wi…
* Different types of thermometers are electronic (digital) ... 1…
* Diurnal cycle of 1° F to 1.5° F, with trough occurring in e…
Vital Signs
- Temperature ... - Pulse ... - Respiratory ... - Blood pressure ... - O2…
Temperature
-* Normal Oral Temp in resting person: 37° C (98.6° F), ... - Wi…
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vital signs 5
accurate, neat, and legible
cross it out with one line, initial it…
apex of the heart, midclavicular line,…
Stethoscope
The vital sign record is a legal document so it should always…
How should you mark an error on graphing a TPR?
Where is the apical pulse taken?
Which tool is needed to listen to the apical pulse?
accurate, neat, and legible
The vital sign record is a legal document so it should always…
cross it out with one line, initial it…
How should you mark an error on graphing a TPR?
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Vital signs #5
Blood pressure
Bradycardia
Cannula
Diastolic pressure
Rate of the heartbeat and the diameter and elasticity of the…
Abnormally slow heartbeat.
Is a tube that can inserted into body, often for the delivery…
Minimum arterial pressure during relaxation and dilatation of…
Blood pressure
Rate of the heartbeat and the diameter and elasticity of the…
Bradycardia
Abnormally slow heartbeat.
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Ch. 5 Vital signs
What are vital signs used for?
Vital signs consits of
Anthropometric measures:
Based on _____ determination to: conti…
To monitor the patients status prior to and at any given time…
Heart Rate (HR)... Blood Pressure (BP)... Respiratory Rate (RR)... Tem…
Height... Weight... Objective measures
Vital Signs
What are vital signs used for?
To monitor the patients status prior to and at any given time…
Vital signs consits of
Heart Rate (HR)... Blood Pressure (BP)... Respiratory Rate (RR)... Tem…
Unit 5 vital signs
Blood pressure
BPM
Bradycardia
Cannula
Measurment of the force of blood against the walls of the aer…
Beats per minute
Pulse rate under 60 beats per minute
Plastic pongs placed in nose to deliver oxygen
Blood pressure
Measurment of the force of blood against the walls of the aer…
BPM
Beats per minute
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Unit 5 - Vital Signs
Blue, 98.6, takes 3-5 min to take
Core Temp of Body, 99.6, 3-5 min to take
Less than a minute to take, Oracle, 98…
Easier to take, Outside Body Temp, 8-1…
What is Oral Temperature?
What is Rectal Temperature?
What is Tymphanic Temperature
What is Axillary Temperature?
Blue, 98.6, takes 3-5 min to take
What is Oral Temperature?
Core Temp of Body, 99.6, 3-5 min to take
What is Rectal Temperature?
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Ch 5 vital signs
Blood pressure
Systolic pressure
Hypertension
Inspiration
Measurement of the force of the blood against the walls of th…
Number at which the first sounds is heard or the highest numb…
High blood pressure, higher than 140/90 (Bpm)
Breathing in air
Blood pressure
Measurement of the force of the blood against the walls of th…
Systolic pressure
Number at which the first sounds is heard or the highest numb…
Chapter 5: Vital Signs
afebrile
antipyretic
apical pulse
axillary
without fever
pertaining to a substance, such as a medication, that reduces…
measurement of the heartbeat taken with the stethoscope place…
pertaining to the pyramid-shaped space that forms the undersi…
afebrile
without fever
antipyretic
pertaining to a substance, such as a medication, that reduces…
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Ch. 5 Vital Signs
______ are important indicators of the…
When does general survey begin?
5 Indicators of an acute situation?
The nurse should call for a rapid resp…
Vital signs
Begins first meeting the patient (interview phase) and is ong…
Extreme anxiety... Acute distress... Pallor... Cyanosis... Change in ment…
1. And acute change in mental status... 2. Stridor... 3. Respiratio…
______ are important indicators of the…
Vital signs
When does general survey begin?
Begins first meeting the patient (interview phase) and is ong…
vital signs part 5
sphygmomanometer
auscultation
ultrasonic
palpation
equiptment used to measure blood pressure
direct measurement of blood pressure
equiptment used to measure blood pressure whne you are unable…
indirect measurement of blood pressure
sphygmomanometer
equiptment used to measure blood pressure
auscultation
direct measurement of blood pressure
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Unit 5: Vital Signs
Pulse
Inspiration
Hypoxia
Hypotension
Pressure of the blood felt against the wall of an artery as t…
Breathing in air
Lack of oxygen in the body tissues
Low blood pressure, lower than 90/60
Pulse
Pressure of the blood felt against the wall of an artery as t…
Inspiration
Breathing in air
Ch. 5 Vital Signs
When to take vital signs
Oral Temp
Tympanic Temp
Apical pulse
on admission, in a hospital on a routine schedule; when asses…
posterior sublingual pocket
Pull pinna up and back; in children less than 3, pull pinna d…
5th ICS, midclavicular line. Should hear both S1 &S2.
When to take vital signs
on admission, in a hospital on a routine schedule; when asses…
Oral Temp
posterior sublingual pocket
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Module 5: Vital signs
Body temperature... -core temp vs surface…
-Acronym for temperature
-Acronym for BP
Factors affecting body temperature... -Li…
1. Core temperature... -temperature of deep tissue of the body…
each... day... aliens... hover... space... effortlessly
each... day... aliens ... hover... SOR
-EDAHSE... 1. Excercise... 2. Dinural variations (carcadian rythm)…
Body temperature... -core temp vs surface…
1. Core temperature... -temperature of deep tissue of the body…
-Acronym for temperature
each... day... aliens... hover... space... effortlessly
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Exam 5- Vital Signs
What types of patients should you chec…
Temp. normal range
Most accurate way to take temp?
What affects temp?
Elderly, younger than 2, HTN, debilitated, cardiovascular pro…
96.4-99.1 F
rectal ... (also can do oral, axillary, tympanic)
1. Time of day (highest 4-6pm, lowest 4-5am)... 2. Age (decrease…
What types of patients should you chec…
Elderly, younger than 2, HTN, debilitated, cardiovascular pro…
Temp. normal range
96.4-99.1 F
Topic 5- vital signs
What does the bell of stethoscope dete…
Normal blood pressure range for adults
Define systolic pressure
Define diastolic pressure
Low pitched sounds
120/80
Blood is pushing against artery walls when the ventricles are…
Force when the ventricles relax. Indicates pressure strain on…
What does the bell of stethoscope dete…
Low pitched sounds
Normal blood pressure range for adults
120/80
Vital Signs Exam 5
what do we measure with vital signs?
what types of patients do we need to g…
what does temperature tell us?
normal temperature and measuring
temperature, BP, pulse, and respirations
elderly, younger than 2 years of age, debilitated patients, l…
if there is an infection, inflammatory response (wound care o…
96.4-99.1 degrees ... most accurate--rectal temp... mostly done by…
what do we measure with vital signs?
temperature, BP, pulse, and respirations
what types of patients do we need to g…
elderly, younger than 2 years of age, debilitated patients, l…
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Vital Signs: Chapter 5
What are the most frequent measurement…
body temperature
pain is oftentimes referred to as a __…
what devices should be used to obtain…
temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respiration, and oxygen s…
the difference between the amount of heat produced by the bod…
Vital sign;
the auscultatory device
What are the most frequent measurement…
temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respiration, and oxygen s…
body temperature
the difference between the amount of heat produced by the bod…
Unit 5 vital signs
Blood Pressure
BPM
Bradycardia
Cannula
Measurement of the force of the blood against the walls to eh…
Beats per minutes
Pulse rate under 60 beats per minute
Plastic prongs places in nose to deliver oxygen
Blood Pressure
Measurement of the force of the blood against the walls to eh…
BPM
Beats per minutes
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Chapter 5 Vital Signs
vital signs
temperature
pulse
rate
various determinations that provide information about the bas…
measurement of the balance between heat lost and heat produce…
pressure of the blood felt against the wall of an artery as t…
refers to the number of beats per minute
vital signs
various determinations that provide information about the bas…
temperature
measurement of the balance between heat lost and heat produce…
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5. General Survey & Vital Signs
The General Survey
{General Survey}... Apparent State of He…
{General Survey}... Level of Consciousness
{General Survey}... Signs of distress
{something that you are OBSERVING on the patient}... 1. State o…
Acute or chronically ill, frail
- Awake, alert, responsive or lethargic, obtunded, comatose... -…
- cardiac or respiratory... - pain... - anxiety/depression
The General Survey
{something that you are OBSERVING on the patient}... 1. State o…
{General Survey}... Apparent State of He…
Acute or chronically ill, frail
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5. General Survey & Vital Signs
The General Survey
{General Survey}... Apparent State of He…
{General Survey}... Level of Consciousness
{General Survey}... Signs of distress
{something that you are OBSERVING on the patient}... 1. State o…
Acute or chronically ill, frail
- Awake, alert, responsive or lethargic, obtunded, comatose... -…
- cardiac or respiratory... - pain... - anxiety/depression
The General Survey
{something that you are OBSERVING on the patient}... 1. State o…
{General Survey}... Apparent State of He…
Acute or chronically ill, frail
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Unit 5 Taking vital signs
vital signs
blood pressure
systolic
diastolic
hayati belirtiler
tansiyon/kan basıncı
sistolik
diastolik
vital signs
hayati belirtiler
blood pressure
tansiyon/kan basıncı
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Vital signs
apical pulse
apnea
arrhythmia
aural temperature
the pulse taken at the apex of the heart; the actual heartbea…
the absence of respirations
irregular or abnormal rhythm, usually referring to the heart…
measurement of body temperature at the tympanic membrane in t…
apical pulse
the pulse taken at the apex of the heart; the actual heartbea…
apnea
the absence of respirations
VITAL SIGNS
Normal range for adult PULSE
Pulse (P)
Respirations (R)
Normal range for adult RESPIRATIONS
60 to 100
vital sign that tells you how many times the heart beats in O…
process of breathing air INTO the lungs (inspiration) AND exh…
12 to 20
Normal range for adult PULSE
60 to 100
Pulse (P)
vital sign that tells you how many times the heart beats in O…
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Vital Signs
homeostasis
vital signs
veins
arteries
a state of equilibrium within the body maintained through the…
assessments of pulse, respiration, blood pressure, and temper…
blood vessels that carry oxygen-depleted blood to the heart.
blood vessels that carry oxygen-enriched blood away from the…
homeostasis
a state of equilibrium within the body maintained through the…
vital signs
assessments of pulse, respiration, blood pressure, and temper…
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Vital Signs
Factors affecting temperature
Hyperpyrexia
Fever
Pyrogen(s)
Age, exercise, hormone levels, circadian rhythm, stress, envi…
elevation in body temp
abnormally high body temp
anything that would raise body temp
Factors affecting temperature
Age, exercise, hormone levels, circadian rhythm, stress, envi…
Hyperpyrexia
elevation in body temp
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245: Ch. 5 (Vital Signs)
Afebrile
Antipyretic
Apical pulse
Axillary
Without fever
Pertaining to a substance, such as a medication, that reduces…
Measurement of the heartbeat taken with the stethoscope place…
Pertaining to the pyramid-shaped space that forms the undersi…
Afebrile
Without fever
Antipyretic
Pertaining to a substance, such as a medication, that reduces…
5 Vital Signs Key Terms
afebrile
antipyretic
apical pulse
axillary
without fever
pertaining to a substance, such as a medication, that reduces…
measurement of the heartbeat taken with the stethoscope place…
pertaining to the pyramid-shaped space that forms the undersi…
afebrile
without fever
antipyretic
pertaining to a substance, such as a medication, that reduces…
Vital Signs Medical Terminology 5
sphygmomanomeer
stethoscope
symptom
systolic BP
measuring BP in mmHg
listens to internal body sounds
condition that can't be observed by another person
prssure created in the arteries during ventricular contraction
sphygmomanomeer
measuring BP in mmHg
stethoscope
listens to internal body sounds
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Vital Signs
temperature, blood pressure, pulse, re…
steth
cost
scope
the 4 main vital signs
chest
rib
instrument to visually examine
temperature, blood pressure, pulse, re…
the 4 main vital signs
steth
chest
CNA 5- vital signs and measurements
Blood pressure
BPM
bradycardia
cannula
measurment of the force of the blood against the arteries
beats per minute
pulse rate under 60 beats per minute
plastic prongs placed in nose to deliver oxygen
Blood pressure
measurment of the force of the blood against the arteries
BPM
beats per minute
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Vital Signs
What are the four vital signs?
What is the 5th vital sign?
What is often included in the vital si…
What is Pulse Oximetry?
Temperature... Pulse... Respiration... & Blood Pressure
Pain
Pulse Oximetry
the Non-invasive measurement of arterial oxyhemoglobin satura…
What are the four vital signs?
Temperature... Pulse... Respiration... & Blood Pressure
What is the 5th vital sign?
Pain
Unit 5 Vital Signs and Measures
Blood pressure
BPM
Bradycardia
Cannula
Measurement of the force of the blood against the walls of ar…
Beats per minute
Pulse rate under 60 beats per minute
Plastic prongs placed in nose to deliver oxygen
Blood pressure
Measurement of the force of the blood against the walls of ar…
BPM
Beats per minute
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(Test 5) Vital Signs 2
Normal Adult Temperature
Normal Adult Heart Rate
Tachycardia
Bradycardia
97.6-99.6
60-100 BPM
BPM above 100 BPM
BPM below 60 BPM
Normal Adult Temperature
97.6-99.6
Normal Adult Heart Rate
60-100 BPM
Unit 5. vital signs and measures
bradycardia
BPM
tachycardia
inspiration
pulse rate under 60 beats per minute
beats per minute
pulse rate over 100 BPM
breathing in air
bradycardia
pulse rate under 60 beats per minute
BPM
beats per minute
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Unit 5 : Vital Signs and Measures
Blood Pressure
BPM
Bradycardia
Cannula
measurement of the force of the blood against the wall of the…
beats per minute
pulse rate under 60 per minute (bpm)
plastic prongs placed in nose to deliver oxygen
Blood Pressure
measurement of the force of the blood against the wall of the…
BPM
beats per minute
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Module 5-vital signs am.
for an adult, the BP Cuff should be ap…
temporary loss of consciousness caused…
what is the formula for cardiac output
what are symptoms of orthostatic hypot…
40% of the circumference of the limb
syncope
heart rate times stroke volume
dizziness, syncope, and weakness
for an adult, the BP Cuff should be ap…
40% of the circumference of the limb
temporary loss of consciousness caused…
syncope
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FUNDAMENTALS UNIT 5 VITAL SIGNS
retraction
labored breathing
dypsnea
tachypnea
fall of soft tissue around any bony structure with respirations
working hard to breath using diaphragm and abdominal muscles…
difficulty breathing
increased breathing, abnormally rapid breaths
retraction
fall of soft tissue around any bony structure with respirations
labored breathing
working hard to breath using diaphragm and abdominal muscles…
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Vital Signs.
Apical
Antecubital
Assess
Asculate
a pulse located at the apex of the heart, which is on the lef…
bend of the elbow
to check a clients condition
listen for sounds
Apical
a pulse located at the apex of the heart, which is on the lef…
Antecubital
bend of the elbow
Unit 5 Vital Signs & Measurements
Blood Pressure
BPM
Bradycardia
Cannula
Measurement of the force of blood against the wall of the art…
Beats Per Minute
Pulse rate under 60 BPM
Plastic prongs placed in nose to deliver oxygen
Blood Pressure
Measurement of the force of blood against the wall of the art…
BPM
Beats Per Minute
Unit 5 Vital Signs and Measures
VS (vital sign)
TPR (temp -pul seq- respirations)
Temperature
Fever
Temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure,
Temperature pulse respiratiin
Measurement of the body heat
Increase of bidt temperature that is usually a sign of illness
VS (vital sign)
Temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure,
TPR (temp -pul seq- respirations)
Temperature pulse respiratiin
Unit 5- Vital Signs and Measures
Blood Pressure
BPM
Bradycardia
Cannula
Measurement of the force of blood against the walls of the ar…
Beats per minute
Pulse rate under 60 beats per minute (BPM)
Plastic prongs placed in the nose to deliver oxygen
Blood Pressure
Measurement of the force of blood against the walls of the ar…
BPM
Beats per minute
SKILLS Chapter 5 Vital signs
core temperature
diastolic pressure
dyspnea
dysrhythmia
Temperature of deep body tissues and organs
the lower blood pressure measurement, which reflects the pres…
difficulty breathing.
an irregular, fast, or slow heart rhythm
core temperature
Temperature of deep body tissues and organs
diastolic pressure
the lower blood pressure measurement, which reflects the pres…
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Chapter 5: Vital Signs & General Signs
Afebrile
Apnea
Asystole
Auscultatory Gap
condition of being without fever
the absence of spontaneous respirations for more than 10 seco…
the absence of a pulse
a period in which there are no Korotkoff sounds during auscul…
Afebrile
condition of being without fever
Apnea
the absence of spontaneous respirations for more than 10 seco…
FUNDAMENTALS UNIT 5 VITAL SIGNS
retraction
labored breathing
dypsnea
tachypnea
fall of soft tissue around any bony structure with respirations
working hard to breath using diaphragm and abdominal muscles…
difficulty breathing
increased breathing, abnormally rapid breaths
retraction
fall of soft tissue around any bony structure with respirations
labored breathing
working hard to breath using diaphragm and abdominal muscles…
Unit 5: Vital Signs and Measures
Vs
TPR
Temperature
Fever
Abbreviation for vital signs-Temperature, Pulse, Respirations…
Abbreviation for 'Temp-pulse-Respirations'
Measurement of the body's heat. The balance between body heat…
Elevated body temperature that is usually a sign of illness
Vs
Abbreviation for vital signs-Temperature, Pulse, Respirations…
TPR
Abbreviation for 'Temp-pulse-Respirations'
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