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Assessing Pulse (CCC Nursing)
Assessing Pulse
bradycardia
tachycardia
Normal HR ranges - Infants
Palpable bounding of the blood flow in peripheral artery by t…
<60 ... >130 tachycardia
>130
100-160
Assessing Pulse
Palpable bounding of the blood flow in peripheral artery by t…
bradycardia
<60 ... >130 tachycardia
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Nursing Pulse and Respiration Vocab
accelerated
apical pulse
apnea
bradycardia
increased or faster motion, as in pulse or respiration
pulse rate taken by placing a stethoscope over the tip of the…
period of no respiration
unusually slow heartbeat
accelerated
increased or faster motion, as in pulse or respiration
apical pulse
pulse rate taken by placing a stethoscope over the tip of the…
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Nursing Pulse Sites
Temporal
Carotid
Apical
Brachial
Forehead
Neck
Heart
Above elbow
Temporal
Forehead
Carotid
Neck
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Nursing 2: pulse & respiration
Radial
Brachial
Temporal
Mandibular
On wrist at the base of your thumb
Inner aspect of the elbow
In front of ear
On your jaw bone
Radial
On wrist at the base of your thumb
Brachial
Inner aspect of the elbow
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Vital Signs Nursing 1 (blood pressure and pulse)
What is oxygen saturation?
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
What does the pulse ox evaluate?
What is the pulse ox measuring?
concentration of oxygen in the blood
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
respiratory processes of diffusion and perfussion and detect…
percent of all hgb binding sites that are occupied by 02
What is oxygen saturation?
concentration of oxygen in the blood
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
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Nursing exam 1 Temperature pulse and respirations chapter
Respirations definition
pulmonary ventilation
inspiration
expiration
gas exchange between air in the alveoli and blood in the capi…
breathing, movement of air in and out of the lungs
inhalation, breathing in
exhalation, act of breathing out
Respirations definition
gas exchange between air in the alveoli and blood in the capi…
pulmonary ventilation
breathing, movement of air in and out of the lungs
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Vital Signs Nursing 1 (blood pressure and pulse)
What is oxygen saturation?
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
What does the pulse ox evaluate?
What is the pulse ox measuring?
concentration of oxygen in the blood
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
respiratory processes of diffusion and perfussion and detect…
percent of all hgb binding sites that are occupied by 02
What is oxygen saturation?
concentration of oxygen in the blood
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
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Vital Signs Nursing 1 (blood pressure and pulse)
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
What is the target range for pulse ox?
What is a critical level reading on a…
What might affect a pulse ox reading?
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
94-99%
90% or less
O2 sat normal (even if anemic), low hgb, carbon monoxide pois…
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
What is the target range for pulse ox?
94-99%
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nursing theory exam 1 temperature/pulse/respiration
vital signs
when to assess vital signs
newborn vitals
infant vitals
temperature, pulse, respirations, blood pressure
admission, pre/post surgery, medications, as often as patient…
96.7-98.5 degrees, 10-190 beat/min, 30-55 resp/min,73/55 bp
98.7-100.5 degrees, 80-150 beat/min, 20-40 resp/min, 85/37 bp
vital signs
temperature, pulse, respirations, blood pressure
when to assess vital signs
admission, pre/post surgery, medications, as often as patient…
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Vital Signs Nursing 1 (blood pressure and pulse)
What is oxygen saturation?
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
What does the pulse ox evaluate?
What is the pulse ox measuring?
concentration of oxygen in the blood
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
respiratory processes of diffusion and perfussion and detect…
percent of all hgb binding sites that are occupied by 02
What is oxygen saturation?
concentration of oxygen in the blood
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
105 terms
Vital Signs Nursing 1 (blood pressure and pulse)
What is oxygen saturation?
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
What does the pulse ox evaluate?
What is the pulse ox measuring?
concentration of oxygen in the blood
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
respiratory processes of diffusion and perfussion and detect…
percent of all hgb binding sites that are occupied by 02
What is oxygen saturation?
concentration of oxygen in the blood
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
105 terms
Vital Signs Nursing 1 (blood pressure and pulse)
What is oxygen saturation?
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
What does the pulse ox evaluate?
What is the pulse ox measuring?
concentration of oxygen in the blood
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
respiratory processes of diffusion and perfussion and detect…
percent of all hgb binding sites that are occupied by 02
What is oxygen saturation?
concentration of oxygen in the blood
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
105 terms
Vital Signs Nursing 1 (blood pressure and pulse)
What is oxygen saturation?
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
What does the pulse ox evaluate?
What is the pulse ox measuring?
concentration of oxygen in the blood
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
respiratory processes of diffusion and perfussion and detect…
percent of all hgb binding sites that are occupied by 02
What is oxygen saturation?
concentration of oxygen in the blood
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
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Vital Signs Nursing 1 (blood pressure and pulse)
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
What is the target range for pulse ox?
What is a critical level reading on a…
What might affect a pulse ox reading?
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
94-99%
90% or less
O2 sat normal (even if anemic), low hgb, carbon monoxide pois…
What is the device used to monitor oxy…
pulse oximeter (Sp02)
What is the target range for pulse ox?
94-99%
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Health assessment in nursing week 4 sem 3, Heart and peripheral pulses
pericardium, epicardium, myocardium, e…
left anterior descending
circumflex artery
right coronary artery
name the four layers of heart from outside to inside
left ventricle & septum... High risk heart failure, shock, death…
left ventricle, lateral & posterior wall ... Risk of arrhythmia…
inferior wall of left & right ventricle, AV node & SA node (5…
pericardium, epicardium, myocardium, e…
name the four layers of heart from outside to inside
left anterior descending
left ventricle & septum... High risk heart failure, shock, death…
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Pulse
Tachycardia
Bradycardia
Antecubital space
Aorta
Pulse greater than 100 at rest
Pulse less than 60 at rest
The space located at the front of the elbow
The major trunk of the arterial system of the body.
Tachycardia
Pulse greater than 100 at rest
Bradycardia
Pulse less than 60 at rest
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Pulse Sites
Temporal artery
Carotid artery
Brachial artery
Radial artery
Located at temple area of skull. Seldom used as a pulse site.
Located between the larynx and the sternocleidomastoid muscle…
Located in the inner aspect of the elbow called the antecubit…
Found in the groove on the thumb side o the inner wrist. Most…
Temporal artery
Located at temple area of skull. Seldom used as a pulse site.
Carotid artery
Located between the larynx and the sternocleidomastoid muscle…
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PULSE
Tachycardia
Bradycardia
Temporal
Facial
rapid pulse rate, greater than 100 beats/min.
pulse rate below 60 beats/min
on the temple of the head
face
Tachycardia
rapid pulse rate, greater than 100 beats/min.
Bradycardia
pulse rate below 60 beats/min
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Chapter 18- Labeling Pulse Points
Temporal Artery
Facial Artery
Common carotid artery
Brachial artery
Temporal Artery
Facial Artery
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Med-Surg Arterial Pulse Points
What is the name of the pulse point at…
What is the name of the pulse point at…
What is the name of the pulse point at…
What is the name of the pulse point at…
temporal
dorsalis pedis
radial
posterior tibial
What is the name of the pulse point at…
temporal
What is the name of the pulse point at…
dorsalis pedis
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Pulse Locations/ Normal Rates
Infant
1 year
2-6 years
6-10 years
100-170 BPM
80-130 BPM
70-120 BPM
70-110 BPM
Infant
100-170 BPM
1 year
80-130 BPM
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Pulse Sites
Temporal
Carotid
Apical
Brachial
Located at your temples in your head.
Pulse located in the neck area.
Place where you can only listen to a pulse. The Heart.
Pulse located on your arm above your elbow.
Temporal
Located at your temples in your head.
Carotid
Pulse located in the neck area.
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Pulse Sites
temporal pulse
carotid pulse
apical pulse
brachial pulse
over temporal bone of head, above and lateral to the eyebrow,…
along medial edge of sternocleidomastoid muscle in neck, easi…
fourth to fifth intercostal space at left midclavicular line,…
groove between biceps and triceps muscle at antecubital fossa…
temporal pulse
over temporal bone of head, above and lateral to the eyebrow,…
carotid pulse
along medial edge of sternocleidomastoid muscle in neck, easi…
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Pulse Sites
Radial Pulse
Apical Pulse
Temporal Pulse
Carotid Pulse
Radial Pulse
Apical Pulse
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Pulse Sites
Temporal Pulse
Carotid Pulse
Apical Pulse
Brachial Pulse
artery on temple
artery in neck
artery in heart
artery in inner side of elbow
Temporal Pulse
artery on temple
Carotid Pulse
artery in neck
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Pulse Locations
temporal pulse
carotid pulse
brachial pulse
radial pulse
temporal pulse
carotid pulse
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Unit 19; Pulse and Respiration
Accelerated
Apical Pulse
Apnea
Bradycardia
increased or faster
pulse rate taken by placing a stethoscope over the tip of the…
period of no respiration
unusually slow heartbeat
Accelerated
increased or faster
Apical Pulse
pulse rate taken by placing a stethoscope over the tip of the…
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Pulse Points
Temporal
Carotid
Apical
Brachial
Side Of Head/Temple
Neck
Chest
Inner Elbow
Temporal
Side Of Head/Temple
Carotid
Neck
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Pulse points
Common carotid artery
Temporal artery
Facial artery
Brachial artery
Identify the circled area
Identify the circled area
Identify the circled area
Identify the circled area
Common carotid artery
Identify the circled area
Temporal artery
Identify the circled area
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Pulse locations
Temporal pulse
Carotid pulse
Apical pulse
Brachial pulse
Temporal pulse
Carotid pulse
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Nursing - Lesson 8
myocardial infarction
emergency
cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
disaster
when blood flow to part of the heart muscle is blocked, causi…
a situation that arises suddenly and requires immediate actio…
care that is required when a person loses consciousness, stop…
severe event that cause widespread damage and destruction, af…
myocardial infarction
when blood flow to part of the heart muscle is blocked, causi…
emergency
a situation that arises suddenly and requires immediate actio…
8 terms
Pulse sites
Temporal
Carotid
Apical
Brachial
head
neck
chest
inside elbow
Temporal
head
Carotid
neck
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Nursing - Lesson 18
acute condition
quadraplegia
metastasize
arthritis
illness or injury that develops rapidly and usually resolves…
paralysis that affects, both arms, both legs, and the trunk
spreading of cancerous cells to other parts of the body other…
a condition that causes joints to become inflamed, swollen, s…
acute condition
illness or injury that develops rapidly and usually resolves…
quadraplegia
paralysis that affects, both arms, both legs, and the trunk
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pulse
factors that affect pulse
newborn pulse average
1 year pulse average
5-8 years pulse average
1. age... 2. sex... 3. exercise... 4. fever... 5. medication... 6. hypovolem…
130 (80-180 range) pulse
120 (80-140) pulse range
100 (75-120) pulse range
factors that affect pulse
1. age... 2. sex... 3. exercise... 4. fever... 5. medication... 6. hypovolem…
newborn pulse average
130 (80-180 range) pulse
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Pulse
Normal pulse rate
Pulse sites
Best site for assessment
Factors that influence pulse
Adult- 60 to 100 a minute
Temporal... Carotid... Brachial... Radial... Ulnar... Femoral... Popliteal... Post…
Apical
Exercise... Drugs... Temperature... Emotions... Hemorrhage... Postural chang…
Normal pulse rate
Adult- 60 to 100 a minute
Pulse sites
Temporal... Carotid... Brachial... Radial... Ulnar... Femoral... Popliteal... Post…
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Pulse
Pulse
Rate
Rhythm
Amplitude/Force
wave of pressure exerted against the walls of the arteries wh…
number of bpm
pattern of beats
strength of beats
Pulse
wave of pressure exerted against the walls of the arteries wh…
Rate
number of bpm
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Pulse
Normal adult pulse range?
Word for rapid pulse
Word for slow pulse
Normal Pulse by Age
60 to 100
Tachycardia x>100
Bradycardia x<60
Newborn = 120 to 160. 1-12 months = 80-140. 1-2 years = 80-13…
Normal adult pulse range?
60 to 100
Word for rapid pulse
Tachycardia x>100
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Pulse
Pulse is
Normal range for pulse is
Pulse is felt when
Carotid
The expansion of the artery walls caused by the flow of blood…
60-100 beats
1-2 fingers are placed over an artery
On each side of the front part of neck
Pulse is
The expansion of the artery walls caused by the flow of blood…
Normal range for pulse is
60-100 beats
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Pulse AP503
Types of pulse?
Pulse definition
Adult pulse
Child
Radial, brachial, carotid, femoral, popliteal
Wave of distention of an artery following each contraction of…
60-100
90-120
Types of pulse?
Radial, brachial, carotid, femoral, popliteal
Pulse definition
Wave of distention of an artery following each contraction of…
Pulse
Regulation
Pulse
Apical Pulse
PMI
Autonomic nervous system through the sinoatrial (SA) node in…
Beats of the heart
Fifth Intercostal Space + Midclavicular Line
Point of Maximum Impulse
Regulation
Autonomic nervous system through the sinoatrial (SA) node in…
Pulse
Beats of the heart
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BP, Oxygen, Apical Pulse
Regular Irregular Pulse
Irregular irregular pulse
Anatomical Landmarks for finding apica…
Stethoscope
Has an irregular pattern that forms a rhythm
unpredictable rhythm
Supra Sternal Notch - Angle of Louis - 2nd ICS - 3rd ICS - 4t…
Does not magnify sounds, has bell, diaphragm, earpieces, hall…
Regular Irregular Pulse
Has an irregular pattern that forms a rhythm
Irregular irregular pulse
unpredictable rhythm
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Pulse
Factors affect pulse increase
Factors affect pulse decrease
Before taking pulse ask if patient has…
Infants
-hypovolemia... -stress... -fever ... -medications (epinephrine)... -age…
-Medications - Digoxin ... -Age
...
-apical pulse is recommended
Factors affect pulse increase
-hypovolemia... -stress... -fever ... -medications (epinephrine)... -age…
Factors affect pulse decrease
-Medications - Digoxin ... -Age
pulse points
brachial artery
common carotid artery
dorsalis pedis artery
facial artery
brachial artery
common carotid artery
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PULSE
PULSE
PULSE RHYTHM
IRREGULARITY IN THE HEART IS KNOWN AS
PULSE RATE
the wave of blood within an artery that is created by contrac…
The time interval between heartbeats
DYSRHYTHMIA OR ARRHYTHMIA
the number of heartbeats or pulses felt in 1 minute
PULSE
the wave of blood within an artery that is created by contrac…
PULSE RHYTHM
The time interval between heartbeats
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NURS 209 Test 2: Pulse Patterns
Asystole
Asystole
Weak/Thready
Weak/Thready
Absent; no palpable pulse or wavelike form
Causes: Arterial line disconnected... Cardiac arrest
1+ intensity; may wax and wane; difficult to find
Causes:... Shock... Dec. Cardiac output... Peripheral arterial disease…
Asystole
Absent; no palpable pulse or wavelike form
Asystole
Causes: Arterial line disconnected... Cardiac arrest
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Vital Signs (PULSE)
Pulse
Compliance
Peripheral Pulse
Apical Pulse-
A wave of blood created by contraction of the left ventricle…
The ability of the arteries to contract and expand
pulse located in the periphery of the body, IE. Foot, hand or…
Central pulse, located at the apex of the heart.
Pulse
A wave of blood created by contraction of the left ventricle…
Compliance
The ability of the arteries to contract and expand
Ch. 24 Vital Signs (pulse)
pulse (peripheal)
Characteristics of pulse
Heart sounds
Pulse Physiology
throbbing sensation that can be palpated over a peripheal art…
rate quality (strong or weak) ... rhythm- arythmia ... volume of bl…
closure of valves, "lub dub"
Regulated by the autonomic nervous system through cardiac sin…
pulse (peripheal)
throbbing sensation that can be palpated over a peripheal art…
Characteristics of pulse
rate quality (strong or weak) ... rhythm- arythmia ... volume of bl…
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Pulse sites
Temporal
Carotid
Apical
Brachial
Lightly lateral and superior to the eye
side of the trachea into grooves between trachea and sternocl…
Fifth intercostal space at the midclavicular line
Inner aspect of antecubital fossa
Temporal
Lightly lateral and superior to the eye
Carotid
side of the trachea into grooves between trachea and sternocl…
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Pulse sites
Forehead
Neck
Chest
Anterior of Elbow
Temporal pulse
Carotid pulse
Apical pulse
Brachial pulse
Forehead
Temporal pulse
Neck
Carotid pulse
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Anatomy - Pulse Points
What is the name of the pulse point at…
What is the name of the pulse point at…
What is the name of the pulse point at…
What is the name of the pulse point at…
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