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Respiratory Module
Peak Expiratory Flow
If PEF reduces by 50% what should you…
Forced Expiratory Flow (FEV1)
FEV1/FVC
Maximum flow during forced expiration
Call an ambulance... evidence of acute respiratory condition
Volume exhaled in one second during forced expiration after m…
Proportion of FVC that is expelled in the first second . ... Sh…
Peak Expiratory Flow
Maximum flow during forced expiration
If PEF reduces by 50% what should you…
Call an ambulance... evidence of acute respiratory condition
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Blood Pressure Ranges
Normal Range for Systolic Pressure
Normal Range for Diastolic Pressure
Prehypertension Systolic Pressure
Prehypertension Diastolic Pressure
100-120 mmHg
60-80 mmHg
120-139 mmHg
80-89 mmHg
Normal Range for Systolic Pressure
100-120 mmHg
Normal Range for Diastolic Pressure
60-80 mmHg
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Kettering normal values
Intracranial pressure (ICP)
Cerebral Perfusion Pressure (CPP)
Infant: HR
Infant: RR
5 -10 mmHg
70 - 90 mmHg
110 - 160 BPM
30 - 60 B/min
Intracranial pressure (ICP)
5 -10 mmHg
Cerebral Perfusion Pressure (CPP)
70 - 90 mmHg
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Introductory Info
•Age... •Emotion... •Gender & Race... •Medicati…
Systolic= < 120 mmHg... Diastolic= < 80 m…
Systolic= 120-139 mmHg... Diastolic= 80-9…
Systolic= 140-159 mmHg... Diastolic= 90-9…
Identify at least 4 factors that influence blood pressure
Blood Pressure Values:... NORMAL
Blood Pressure Values:... PREHYPERTENSION
Blood Pressure Values:... HYPERTENSION- STAGE 1
•Age... •Emotion... •Gender & Race... •Medicati…
Identify at least 4 factors that influence blood pressure
Systolic= < 120 mmHg... Diastolic= < 80 m…
Blood Pressure Values:... NORMAL
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Lab Values
Intracranial Pressure (ICP) Critical V…
Neutropenia
Leukopenia
WBC Normal Values
25 mmHg... Normal: 0-15 mmHg in adults; <5 in children
WBC <1000 and ANC <500
<1000 mm^3
Women: 3,900-10,700... Men: 4,500-11,000
Intracranial Pressure (ICP) Critical V…
25 mmHg... Normal: 0-15 mmHg in adults; <5 in children
Neutropenia
WBC <1000 and ANC <500
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Hypertension
normal BP
prehypertensive BP
stage 1 hypertensive
stage 2 hypertensive
systolic 100-119 mmHg; diastolic 60-79 mmHg
systolic 120-139 mmHg; diastolic 80-89 mmHg
systolic 140-159 mmHg; diastolic 90-99 mmHg
systolic > 160 mmHg; diastolic > 100mmHg
normal BP
systolic 100-119 mmHg; diastolic 60-79 mmHg
prehypertensive BP
systolic 120-139 mmHg; diastolic 80-89 mmHg
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CSF, Brain Blood Flow and Metabolism
Average blood flow to all of the adult…
Cessation of flow for even how long re…
What percent of cardiac output goes to…
What is the cerebral metabolic rate of…
800ml/min... 750-900ml.min
Cessation of flow for 5-10 seconds results in a... loss of consc…
15%
3.5ml/100g/min
Average blood flow to all of the adult…
800ml/min... 750-900ml.min
Cessation of flow for even how long re…
Cessation of flow for 5-10 seconds results in a... loss of consc…
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Final exam Numbers from "study/hint sheet"
A neuron might synapse with as many as…
The spinal cord stops between ______ a…
Cerebral cortex is ____ - _____ mm thi…
How many neurotransmitters have been d…
10,000... 10,000
L1 and L2
2-4 mm
more than 50
A neuron might synapse with as many as…
10,000... 10,000
The spinal cord stops between ______ a…
L1 and L2
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Cerebral Blood Flow
Normal cerebral blood flow in adults i…
cerebral blood flow is high related to…
What are the 4 metabolic factors that…
Increased CO2 or H+ concentration resu…
15
metabolism
1. CO2 concentration... 2. Hydrogen ion concentration... 3. O2 conc…
increased
Normal cerebral blood flow in adults i…
15
cerebral blood flow is high related to…
metabolism
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Phys of Ex Chapter 7, Part 2
spirometry
tidal volume
inspiratory reserve volume
expiratory reserve volume
diagnostic technique used for measuring an individual's lung…
(500mL or .5L)... air volume moved during 1 inspiration or expir…
(3000mL or 3.0L)... amount of air one can take in after a normal…
(1000mL or 1.0L)... amount of air one can exhale after a normal…
spirometry
diagnostic technique used for measuring an individual's lung…
tidal volume
(500mL or .5L)... air volume moved during 1 inspiration or expir…
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1.05 Cerebral Blood Flow
How are the large extracranial arterie…
What is normal oxygen extraction in th…
What happens if the intracranial press…
What happens if the MAP = CVP?
These arteries in the brain contribute about 50% of vascular…
6 - advantageous because the brain can draw out more oxygen d…
The veins collapse and blood flow decreases
Blood flow decreases once MAP < 60 mmHg. When MAP = CVP blood…
How are the large extracranial arterie…
These arteries in the brain contribute about 50% of vascular…
What is normal oxygen extraction in th…
6 - advantageous because the brain can draw out more oxygen d…
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Neuro pathophysiology
Average cerebral blood flow
Cerebral blood flow with EEG slowing/c…
Cerebral blood flow with EEG flat line…
Cerebral blood flow with RAPID neurona…
50 milliliters per 100 grams per minute = 750 milliliters per…
less than 20 to 25 milliliters per 100 grams per minute
15 to 20 milliliters per 100 grams per minute
less than 10 milliliters per 100 grams per minute
Average cerebral blood flow
50 milliliters per 100 grams per minute = 750 milliliters per…
Cerebral blood flow with EEG slowing/c…
less than 20 to 25 milliliters per 100 grams per minute
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Blood Pressure Quiz
Top # of BP
The constant pressure in the walls of…
Bottom # of BP
A measurement of the pressure that the…
Systolic
Diastolic pressure
Diastolic
Blood Pressure
Top # of BP
Systolic
The constant pressure in the walls of…
Diastolic pressure
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Lab Values and JNC 8 Guidelines
Sodium (Na)
Potassium (K)
Chloride (Cl)
Bicarbonate HCO3 (CO2 BMP)
135-145 mEq/L
3.5-5 mEq/L
96-106 mEq/L
22-28 mEq/L
Sodium (Na)
135-145 mEq/L
Potassium (K)
3.5-5 mEq/L
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Vital Sign Practice
Adult with Systolic Blood Pressure of…
Adult with Systolic Blood Pressure of…
Adult with Systolic Blood Pressure of…
Adult with Systolic Blood Pressure of…
Normal
Normal
Prehypertension
Prehypertension
Adult with Systolic Blood Pressure of…
Normal
Adult with Systolic Blood Pressure of…
Normal
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Blood pressure
Blood pressure
Sphygmomanometer
Systolic pressure
Diastolic pressure
Measurement of the pressure of the blood exerts on the walls…
A blood pressure cuff
- occurs in the walls of the arteries when the heart is contr…
- the constant pressure in the walls of the arteries when the…
Blood pressure
Measurement of the pressure of the blood exerts on the walls…
Sphygmomanometer
A blood pressure cuff
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1810NRS_Health Assessment-Overview
4 Characteristics for observation in t…
Normal Findings and Considerations to…
Blood Pressure Adult 18 yrs+
Blood Pressure Adult "High normal" val…
1. Physical Appearance... 2. Body Structure... 3. Mobility... 4. Behav…
- AGE... NORMAL: Person appears stated age... ABNORMAL: Appears old…
Systolic 90 - 120 mmHg... Diastolic 60 - 80 mmHg
Systolic 120 - 139 mmHg... Diastolic 80 - 89 mmHg
4 Characteristics for observation in t…
1. Physical Appearance... 2. Body Structure... 3. Mobility... 4. Behav…
Normal Findings and Considerations to…
- AGE... NORMAL: Person appears stated age... ABNORMAL: Appears old…
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Pharm Care Assessment of vitals
Normal heart rate
normal blood pressure
prehypertension
hypertension stage 1
60-100 bmp
< 120 and <80 mmHg
120-139 or 80-89 mmHg
140-159 or 90-99 mmHg
Normal heart rate
60-100 bmp
normal blood pressure
< 120 and <80 mmHg
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Normal Values
Normal Heart Rate
Tachycardia Heart Rate
Bradycardia Heart Rate
Normal Blood Pressue
60-100 bpm
>100 bpm
<60 bpm
<120 SBP/ <80 DBP... mmHg
Normal Heart Rate
60-100 bpm
Tachycardia Heart Rate
>100 bpm
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NEE TBL 4-- Regulation of cerebral blood flow
Percentage of cardiac output dedicated…
If cerebral blood glucose concentratio…
Cerebral blood flow regulation: 2 arms…
Mechanism by which total/ local cerebr…
16-20%
Unconsciousness--> coma--> death
1. total cerebral blood flow... 2. regional cerebral blood f…
Autoregulation
Percentage of cardiac output dedicated…
16-20%
If cerebral blood glucose concentratio…
Unconsciousness--> coma--> death
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1810NRS - Health Assessment
Pallor
Blood Pressure Normal Adult Range 18+
Jaundice
Cyanosis
Unnaturally pale skin
Systolic 90 - 120 mmHg... Diastolic 60 - 80 mmHg
Yellow discolouration
Bluish discolouration
Pallor
Unnaturally pale skin
Blood Pressure Normal Adult Range 18+
Systolic 90 - 120 mmHg... Diastolic 60 - 80 mmHg
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Part 1 Blood Flow through Tissues (Module 16)
Perfusion
Blood
Autoregulaton
There are 2 types of SHORT-TERM autore…
___ is the flow of blood through a tissue or organ.
___ flow is important for gas exchange in lungs, nutrient abs…
___ is the self-regulation of blood flow via changes in arter…
Name two types of short-term autoregulation.
Perfusion
___ is the flow of blood through a tissue or organ.
Blood
___ flow is important for gas exchange in lungs, nutrient abs…
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Ebong CCM Exam 2 Normal Values (Hemodynamics)
What is the normal systolic/diastolic…
What is the normal systolic/diastolic…
What is the normal systolic/diastolic…
What is the absolute normal systolic p…
120 over 80 mmHg
60 over 40 mmHg
50 over 30 mmHg
120 mmHg
What is the normal systolic/diastolic…
120 over 80 mmHg
What is the normal systolic/diastolic…
60 over 40 mmHg
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NUR320: hypertension
normal ECG
Blood pressure
Systolic pressure
Diastolic pressure
The first wave, P, begins with the firing of the SA node and…
the amount of pressure being exerted on arterial walls ... -Bloo…
max pressure during ventricular contraction
min pressure during ventricular filling
normal ECG
The first wave, P, begins with the firing of the SA node and…
Blood pressure
the amount of pressure being exerted on arterial walls ... -Bloo…
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Normal Values
Urine Output
Heart Rate (adult)
Diagnostic Chest Percussion
Breath Sounds
40 mL/hour
60 - 100/min
Resonant
Vesicular
Urine Output
40 mL/hour
Heart Rate (adult)
60 - 100/min
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Practicum IV Test I - Renal/Neuro
What % of CO does the brain receive?
Percent body weight of the brain
The brain is responsible for ___% of t…
How much O2 consumed by the brain is u…
15-20%
2%
20%
60%
What % of CO does the brain receive?
15-20%
Percent body weight of the brain
2%
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OS I 01-03 : Hypertension
normal BP
prehypertensive BP
stage 1 hypertensive
stage 2 hypertensive
systolic 100-119 mmHg; diastolic 60-79 mmHg
systolic 120-139 mmHg; diastolic 80-89 mmHg
systolic 140-159 mmHg; diastolic 90-99 mmHg
systolic > 160 mmHg; diastolic > 100mmHg
normal BP
systolic 100-119 mmHg; diastolic 60-79 mmHg
prehypertensive BP
systolic 120-139 mmHg; diastolic 80-89 mmHg
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ICP Management
what causes ICP?
symptoms of ICP
skull has 3 essential components
Intracranial pressure: factors that in…
any type of mass, cerebral edema
confusion, lethargy, headache
brain tissue, blood, and cerebral spinal fluid (CSF)
arterial pressure, venous pressure, intraabdominal and intrat…
what causes ICP?
any type of mass, cerebral edema
symptoms of ICP
confusion, lethargy, headache
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Physiology/Clinical/EKG
Cardiac output
Total Peripheral Resistance
Rate Pressure product
Pulse Pressure
Indirectly measured (proportionate) to systolic blood pressur…
Indirectly measure (proportionate) to diastolic blood pressure
Indirect measurement of myocardial oxygen consumption... =(HRx S…
SBP-DBP
Cardiac output
Indirectly measured (proportionate) to systolic blood pressur…
Total Peripheral Resistance
Indirectly measure (proportionate) to diastolic blood pressure
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BIO 360 Final Exam
The primary force behind blood flow is…
Vasodilation in skeletal and cardiac m…
Parasympathetic stimulation results in…
During moderately strenuous exercise t…
the blood pressure gradient
epinephrine; beta 2
the genitals
decreased % of cardiac output to the brain but little change…
The primary force behind blood flow is…
the blood pressure gradient
Vasodilation in skeletal and cardiac m…
epinephrine; beta 2
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BIO 360 Final Exam
The primary force behind blood flow is…
Vasodilation in skeletal and cardiac m…
Parasympathetic stimulation results in…
During moderately strenuous exercise t…
the blood pressure gradient
epinephrine; beta 2
the genitals
decreased % of cardiac output to the brain but little change…
The primary force behind blood flow is…
the blood pressure gradient
Vasodilation in skeletal and cardiac m…
epinephrine; beta 2
Blood pressure self
prehypertension
ASH/ISH 2014 HTN Guidelines for Patien…
ASH/ISH 2014 HTN Guidelines for patien…
ASH/ISH 2014 HTN Guidelines for pts wi…
SBP: 120-130 mmHg... DBP: 80-89 mmHg
SBP goal <140 mmHg ... DBP goal <90 mmHg
SBP goal <150 mmHg ... DBP goal <90 mmHg
SBP goal <140 mmHg ... DBP goal <90 mmHg
prehypertension
SBP: 120-130 mmHg... DBP: 80-89 mmHg
ASH/ISH 2014 HTN Guidelines for Patien…
SBP goal <140 mmHg ... DBP goal <90 mmHg
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Basic Vital Signs - Quiz 1
Heart Rate
Blood Pressure
Mean Arterial Pressure
Pulse Oximeter O2 Saturation
60 to 100 beats per minute
Systolic 90-120 mmHg... Diastolic 60 - 80 mmHg
70 - 110 mmHg
95% - 100%
Heart Rate
60 to 100 beats per minute
Blood Pressure
Systolic 90-120 mmHg... Diastolic 60 - 80 mmHg
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Resp 15 (Otten - Arterial blood gases)
pH normal range {239}
PaO2 normal range {239}
PaCO2 normal range {239}
bicarbonate normal range {239}
7.35-7.45
80-100 mmHg
35-45 mmHg
22-26 mEq
pH normal range {239}
7.35-7.45
PaO2 normal range {239}
80-100 mmHg
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Vital sign numbers
Adult normal range HR
Adult normal range Resperation rates
Adult normal range o2 Sat
Adult normal range for pain
60-100 BPM
12-20
95% and up
subjective to patient on 1 to 10 scale
Adult normal range HR
60-100 BPM
Adult normal range Resperation rates
12-20
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RT Normal Values
Urine Output Value
Blood Pressure Adult
Intracranial Pressure (ICP)
Cerebral Perfusion Pressure (CPP)... value
40 ml/hour
120/80 mmHg... Systolic Range: 90-140 mmHg... Diastolic Range 60-9…
5-10 mmHg... keep PaCO2 @ 25-30 mmHg for head injury
70-90 mmHg
Urine Output Value
40 ml/hour
Blood Pressure Adult
120/80 mmHg... Systolic Range: 90-140 mmHg... Diastolic Range 60-9…
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Blood Pressure Classification
Normal (systolic pressure)
Pre-hypertension (systolic pressure)
Stage 1 Hypertension (systolic pressure)
Stage 2 Hypertension (systolic pressure)
Less than 120 mmHg
120-139 mmHg
140-159 mmHg
160 mmHg or more
Normal (systolic pressure)
Less than 120 mmHg
Pre-hypertension (systolic pressure)
120-139 mmHg
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Normal Values
Normal Heart Rate
Tachycardia Heart Rate
Bradycardia Heart Rate
Normal Blood Pressue
60-100 bpm
>100 bpm
<60 bpm
<120 SBP/ <80 DBP... mmHg
Normal Heart Rate
60-100 bpm
Tachycardia Heart Rate
>100 bpm
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Hypertension
Define Hypertension
Classes of BP
Stage of BP is classified by
Normal BP
systolic blood pressure (SBP) > 140 mmHg OR diastolic blood p…
normal, prehypertension, stage 1, and stage 2
Highest BP category
S: <120 mmHg... D: <80 mmHg
Define Hypertension
systolic blood pressure (SBP) > 140 mmHg OR diastolic blood p…
Classes of BP
normal, prehypertension, stage 1, and stage 2
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Vital Signs
Pulse (12 years and older)
Blood pressure (12yrs and older)
Respirations (12 yrs and older)
Children (1 to 12 yrs) pulse
60 to 100 beats per min
90-140 mmHg ( Systolic)... 60-90 mmHg (diastolic)
12 to 20 breaths per min
80 to 100 beats per min
Pulse (12 years and older)
60 to 100 beats per min
Blood pressure (12yrs and older)
90-140 mmHg ( Systolic)... 60-90 mmHg (diastolic)
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Blood Pressure and Actions Taken
What is the optimal blood pressure?
What is the normal blood pressure?
What should the upper numbers be?
What happens when someone has a normal…
Systolic below 120 mmHg... Diastolic below 80 mmHg
Systolic 120 to 130 mmHg... Diastolic 80 to 85 mmHg
Minimum goal for everyone, particularly people with diabetes
Rechecked every 2 years
What is the optimal blood pressure?
Systolic below 120 mmHg... Diastolic below 80 mmHg
What is the normal blood pressure?
Systolic 120 to 130 mmHg... Diastolic 80 to 85 mmHg
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Hypertension
Classification/Staging of BP: Normal
Classification/Staging of BP: Prehyper…
Classification/Staging of BP: Hyperten…
Classification/Staging of BP: Hyperten…
<120 mmHg AND < 80 mmHg
120-139 mmHg OR 80-89 mmHg
140-159 mmHg OR 90-99 mmHg
>/= 160 mmHg OR >/= 100 mmHg
Classification/Staging of BP: Normal
<120 mmHg AND < 80 mmHg
Classification/Staging of BP: Prehyper…
120-139 mmHg OR 80-89 mmHg
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Phys Neuro | Cerebral Blood Flow, Ch 61
-... As studied in an anesthetized rat, m…
If cerebral blood flow declines and ox…
How does an increase in arterial PCO2…
What happens in myogenic constriction/…
...
Normal PO2 35-40 mmHg. Below 30 mmHg begin to see increase in…
Significantly increases CBF
An increase in arterial pressure stretches the myocytes in ce…
-... As studied in an anesthetized rat, m…
...
If cerebral blood flow declines and ox…
Normal PO2 35-40 mmHg. Below 30 mmHg begin to see increase in…
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CPK IV - Monitoring Parameters
1. The optimal blood pressure goal is…
2. The low end of the systolic blood p…
3. The high end of the systolic blood…
4. The low end of the diastolic blood…
120/80
120
139
80
1. The optimal blood pressure goal is…
120/80
2. The low end of the systolic blood p…
120
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Blood pressure (Vital Signs)
blood pressure cuff
Systolic pressure
Diastolic pressure
pulse pressure (range)
sphygmomanometer
occurs in the walls of the arteries when the heart is contrac…
constant pressure in the walls of the arteries when the heart…
difference between systolic and diastolic... Normal Range 30-50m…
blood pressure cuff
sphygmomanometer
Systolic pressure
occurs in the walls of the arteries when the heart is contrac…
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Normals
Heart Rate
Respiratory Rate
Blood Pressure
BP... Prehypertension
60-100 Beats/min
12-20 beats/min
120/80 mmHg... Systolic 90-120... Diastolic 60-90
Systolic 120-139 mmHg... Diastolic 80-89mmHg
Heart Rate
60-100 Beats/min
Respiratory Rate
12-20 beats/min
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Blood pressure
Blood pressure
Sphygmomanometer
Systolic pressure
Diastolic pressure
Measurement of the pressure that that blood exerts on the wal…
Blood pressure cuff
Occurs in the walls of the arteries when the heart is contrac…
Constant pressure in the walls of the arteries when the heart…
Blood pressure
Measurement of the pressure that that blood exerts on the wal…
Sphygmomanometer
Blood pressure cuff
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Hypertension Guidelines - Therapeutics of hypertension
What are the cardiovascular risk facto…
What are the secondary causes of hyper…
What are the drugs that induce or are…
For a patient with hypertension, what…
- Advanced age... - Cigarette smoking... - Diabetes... - Dyslipidemia…
- sleep apnea... - renovascular disease... - chronic kidney disease…
- Adrenal steroids: cause increased volume... - Oral contreacept…
- optic fundi... - auscultation for bruits... - palpation of thyroi…
What are the cardiovascular risk facto…
- Advanced age... - Cigarette smoking... - Diabetes... - Dyslipidemia…
What are the secondary causes of hyper…
- sleep apnea... - renovascular disease... - chronic kidney disease…
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cerebral blood flow
what is cerebral bld flow in adult
how heavy is brain
how much % of cardiac output
what is CMRO2
750ml/min ... 50ml/100g/min
1,4 kg (door)
15% (doll)
cerebral metabolic rate of oxygen consumption
what is cerebral bld flow in adult
750ml/min ... 50ml/100g/min
how heavy is brain
1,4 kg (door)
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NORMAL VALUES
Urine output
Heart rate
Blood pressure
Intracranial Pressure
40 mL//hr
60 - 100 bpm
120/80 mmHg... 90/60 - 140/90 mmHg
5 - 10 mmHg
Urine output
40 mL//hr
Heart rate
60 - 100 bpm
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