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Assessing Apical-Radial Pulse
Assess the apical-radial pulse for how…
If you detect a pulse deficit what sho…
What should you do if you detect someo…
what is the difference between pulses…
60 seconds
immediately assess for other signs and symptoms of decreased…
report it immediately. Immediate intervention may be needed
it provides information about heart and blood vessel function
Assess the apical-radial pulse for how…
60 seconds
If you detect a pulse deficit what sho…
immediately assess for other signs and symptoms of decreased…
16 terms
Assessing radial and apical pulse
1
2
3
4
Reciew the patients chart to determine previous pulse rate an…
Reviews the medication administration record for any medicati…
Plans to wait 5 min of patient has ambulated
Follows the implementation steps
1
Reciew the patients chart to determine previous pulse rate an…
2
Reviews the medication administration record for any medicati…
11 terms
NA Pulse Terms
Apical heart rate
Bounding pulse
Bradycardia
Elastic pulse
The rate obtained by playing a stethoscope over the apex of t…
Pulse that feels full and strong to the touch
A slow heart beat characterized by a pulse rate that is under…
Pulse with regular alterations of weak and strong beats witho…
Apical heart rate
The rate obtained by playing a stethoscope over the apex of t…
Bounding pulse
Pulse that feels full and strong to the touch
18 terms
Pulse
4 main vital signs
Pulse
rate, rhythm, and volume
Pulse Rate
TPR and B/P = temperature, pulse, respirations and blood pres…
pressure of blood felt against the wall of an artery as the h…
checking a pulse you are looking for
# beats per minute
4 main vital signs
TPR and B/P = temperature, pulse, respirations and blood pres…
Pulse
pressure of blood felt against the wall of an artery as the h…
11 terms
NA-pulse Terms
Apical heart rate
Bounding pulse
Bradycardia
Elastic pulse
The rate obtained by placing a stethoscope over the apex of t…
Pulse that feels full and strong to the touch
A slow heart beat characterized by a pulse rate that is under…
Pulse with regular alterations of weak and strong beats witho…
Apical heart rate
The rate obtained by placing a stethoscope over the apex of t…
Bounding pulse
Pulse that feels full and strong to the touch
13 terms
Pulse
Pulse
Mechanism of the pulse
Factors affecting the pulse rate
Pulse rate
Pulse can be felt as a light tap ... Pulse rate is equal to the…
Left ventricle of the heart contacts of blood is forced into…
Age , as age increases , the pulse rate gradually decrease ... G…
Radial - most common site for measuring the pulse, located on…
Pulse
Pulse can be felt as a light tap ... Pulse rate is equal to the…
Mechanism of the pulse
Left ventricle of the heart contacts of blood is forced into…
27 terms
pulse
normal pulse per minutes is?
the pulse is always an ______ number
this can signal diseases
examination by applying slight pressur…
60-100
even
abnormalities
palpation
normal pulse per minutes is?
60-100
the pulse is always an ______ number
even
9 terms
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
18 terms
CNA 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
17 terms
NA Temp & Pulse terms (Carnegie)
Crisis
Hypothermia
Intermittent temperature
Lysis
Rapid drop of body temp to normal
Body temp that is below average normal range
Periods of normal terms broken by period of elevated temp
Gradual return of body temp to normal
Crisis
Rapid drop of body temp to normal
Hypothermia
Body temp that is below average normal range
Pulse
what is a pulse?
what is rate?
what is rhythm?
what is volume?
pressure of blood pushing against wall of artery as heart con…
number of beats x min
pattern of beats
strength of beats
what is a pulse?
pressure of blood pushing against wall of artery as heart con…
what is rate?
number of beats x min
20 terms
Pulse
Adults
Children over 7
Children 1 to 7
Infants
60-100
70-100
80-110
100-160
Adults
60-100
Children over 7
70-100
Vital Signs Pulse
Tachycardia
Bracdycardia
Dysrhythmia
Pulse volume
pulse is higher than 100/minute
pulse is less than 60 minute
amount of time between beats is uneven
the strength of the pulse ... 0=absent ... +1=thready ... +2=weak... +3=n…
Tachycardia
pulse is higher than 100/minute
Bracdycardia
pulse is less than 60 minute
46 terms
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…
22 terms
Pulse & Apical Pulse
Pulse
Temporal Artery
Carotid Artery
Brachial Artery
Beat of the heart as it beats and rests that is felt through…
Head
Neck
Elbow
Pulse
Beat of the heart as it beats and rests that is felt through…
Temporal Artery
Head
8 terms
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
18 terms
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
22 terms
Pulse & Apical Pulse
Pulse
Temporal Artery
Carotid Artery
Brachial Artery
Beat of the heart as it beats and rests that is felt through…
Head
Neck
Elbow
Pulse
Beat of the heart as it beats and rests that is felt through…
Temporal Artery
Head
12 terms
Pulse Vocabulary
Pulse
Apical Pulse
Arrhythmia
Bradycardia
Pressure of blood felt against the wall of an artery as the h…
Pulse taken with stethoscope near the apex of the heart
Irregular or abnormal heart rhythm
Slow heart rate, usually below 60 beats per minute
Pulse
Pressure of blood felt against the wall of an artery as the h…
Apical Pulse
Pulse taken with stethoscope near the apex of the heart
Measuring and Recording Apical Pulse
Apical Pulse
Diseases requiring apical pulse to be…
Why is apical pulse usually taken on i…
Lubb-Dupp Heart sounds
Pulse count taken at the apex of the heart with a stethoscope
Arteriosclerosis and Irregular heart beats
It is easier to listen to the heart then count the beats per…
The valves closing (Tricuspid/Mitral) (Pulmonary/Aortic)
Apical Pulse
Pulse count taken at the apex of the heart with a stethoscope
Diseases requiring apical pulse to be…
Arteriosclerosis and Irregular heart beats
10 terms
Vital SIgns Medical Terminology 4
pulse deficit
pulse pressure
Pupil
radial pulse
difference between the rate of an apical pulse and radial pulse
difference betweeen systolic and diastolic BP
black center of the eye
pulse at the wrist
pulse deficit
difference between the rate of an apical pulse and radial pulse
pulse pressure
difference betweeen systolic and diastolic BP
Pulse Key Terms
bounding pulse
bradycardia
dysrhythmia
pulse deficit
an increase in the blood volume resulting in a pulse that fee…
abnormally slow heart rate, less than 60 beats per minute
irregular heart beat
when the radial pulse is less than the apical pulse
bounding pulse
an increase in the blood volume resulting in a pulse that fee…
bradycardia
abnormally slow heart rate, less than 60 beats per minute
14 terms
Pulse
Tachycardia
Bradycardia
Dysrythmia
Pulse Deficit
Rapid Heartbeat
Slow Heartbeat
Irregular Heartbeat
The apical rate minus radical rate
Tachycardia
Rapid Heartbeat
Bradycardia
Slow Heartbeat
10 terms
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pulse
pulse deficit
pulse pressure
pupil
pressure of the blood felt against the wall of an artery as t…
the different between the rate of an apical pulse and the rat…
the difference between sysyolic and diastolic blood pressure
the black center of the eye
pulse
pressure of the blood felt against the wall of an artery as t…
pulse deficit
the different between the rate of an apical pulse and the rat…
36 terms
respiration and pulse
pulse count taken with a stethoscope a…
abnormal rhythm of the heart
slow heart beat
condition that occurs with some heart…
Apical
Arrhythmia
bradycardia
pulse deficit
pulse count taken with a stethoscope a…
Apical
abnormal rhythm of the heart
Arrhythmia
10 terms
HST2 Pulse Vocab
apical pulse
arrhythmia
bradycardia
pulse
pulse taken with a stethoscope and near the apex of the heart
irregular or abnormal rhythm, usually referring to the heart…
slow heart rate usually below 60 beats per minute
pressure of the blood felt against the wall of an artery as t…
apical pulse
pulse taken with a stethoscope and near the apex of the heart
arrhythmia
irregular or abnormal rhythm, usually referring to the heart…
16 terms
Taylor Chapter 24: Pulse
What is the Assessment technique for t…
what is the most common pulse site for…
circualtion assessed for
what to know when taking carotid pulse
placing the middle three fingers over the artery and lightly…
radial
for the femoral, popliteal, posterior tibial, dorsalis pedis…
only palpate one side at a time to prevent any decrease in ce…
What is the Assessment technique for t…
placing the middle three fingers over the artery and lightly…
what is the most common pulse site for…
radial
8 terms
Chapter 15:6 Measuring and Recording Apical Pulse
Apical Pulse
Two Diseases or Conditions A Patients…
Why Are Apical Pulses Usually Taken on…
What Causes The Lubb-dupp Heart Sounds…
Listening To The Apex of The Heart
1)Hyotension... 2)Rapid Heart Rate... 3) Clogged Artery
Because They Have Rapid Heart Rates
Values Opening And Closing
Apical Pulse
Listening To The Apex of The Heart
Two Diseases or Conditions A Patients…
1)Hyotension... 2)Rapid Heart Rate... 3) Clogged Artery
8 terms
Chapter 15.6- Measuring and Recording Apical Pulse
Define apical pulse
List 2 diseases or conditions a patien…
Why are apical pulses usually taken on…
What causes the lubb-dupp heart sounds…
Pulse count taken with a stethoscope at the apex of the heart
Hardening of the arteries and irregular heartbeats
Children and infants have rapid radial pulse counts
Closing of the heart valves as blood flows through the chambe…
Define apical pulse
Pulse count taken with a stethoscope at the apex of the heart
List 2 diseases or conditions a patien…
Hardening of the arteries and irregular heartbeats
12 terms
Vital Signs
temperature
homeostasis
thermometer
bradycardia
measure of balance between heat loss and heat produced
constant state of fluid balance
instrument used to record temperature
pulse rate under 60 beats per minute
temperature
measure of balance between heat loss and heat produced
homeostasis
constant state of fluid balance
28 terms
CH19 -- PULSE
pulse
pulse rate
pulse rhythm
dysrhythmia
wave of blood sent through the arteries each time the heart b…
the number of pulsation that can be felt over an artery in 1…
the pattern of the pulsations and the pauses between them.... l…
irregular pulse rhythm.
pulse
wave of blood sent through the arteries each time the heart b…
pulse rate
the number of pulsation that can be felt over an artery in 1…
12 terms
Chapter 15 Vital Signs
Temperature
Homeostasis
Thermometer
Bradycardia
measurement of balance between heat lost and heat produced
constant state of fluid balance
Instrument used to record temperature
Pulse rate under 60 beats per min
Temperature
measurement of balance between heat lost and heat produced
Homeostasis
constant state of fluid balance
Vital Signs: Pulse
Popliteal
Temporal
Carotid
Apical
Pulse taken behind the knee
Pulse taken on either side of the temple
Pulse taken on the side of the neck
Pulse taken on the chest
Popliteal
Pulse taken behind the knee
Temporal
Pulse taken on either side of the temple
17 terms
Britts Temp/Pulse NA Terms
Crisis
Hypothermia
Intermittent temperature
Lysis
Rapid drop of body temp to normal
Body temp that is below average normal range
Periods of normal temp broken by period of elevated temp
Gradual return of body temp to normal
Crisis
Rapid drop of body temp to normal
Hypothermia
Body temp that is below average normal range
34 terms
V.S. Pulse
Bounding Pulse
Intermittent Pulse
Palpatory Method
Pulse Deficit
Full pulse, indicating an increase in blood volume.
Pulse that occasionally skips a beat.
Feeling the radial pulse while the blood pressure cuff is def…
Difference in readings between the apical and radial pulses.
Bounding Pulse
Full pulse, indicating an increase in blood volume.
Intermittent Pulse
Pulse that occasionally skips a beat.
13 terms
Pulse Determinations
Apical pulse
Blood Pressure
Cardiac Cycle
Diastole
actually counting the heart beats
...
equivalent to one complete heartbeat
pressure during ventricular relaxation
Apical pulse
actually counting the heart beats
Blood Pressure
...
21 terms
Pulse
Newborn
1 - 3 year old
6 - 8 year old
10 year old
80 - 180 per min
80 - 150 per min
75 - 115 per min
70 - 100 per min
Newborn
80 - 180 per min
1 - 3 year old
80 - 150 per min
8 terms
Pulse Key Terms
Bounding Pulse
Bradycardia
Dysrhythmia
Pulse Deficit
a pulse with an increased volume that feels very strong and f…
an abnormally slow heart rate (less than 60 beats per minute).
an irregular heart rate or rhythm; also termed arrhythmia.
when the radial pulse rate is less than the apical pulse rate.
Bounding Pulse
a pulse with an increased volume that feels very strong and f…
Bradycardia
an abnormally slow heart rate (less than 60 beats per minute).
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…
20 terms
Pulse sites
temporal pulse
carotid pulse
brachial pulse
radial pulse
palpated in front of the ear
found in the neck
Pulse felt in bend of either arm (inner side - follow arm up…
the pulse site found on the inside of the wrist. thumb side
temporal pulse
palpated in front of the ear
carotid pulse
found in the neck
69 terms
pulse/respirations
Pulse
Normal resting
cardiac output
stroke volume
wave like sensation that can be palpated in a peripheral arte…
60-100 bpm
volume of blood pumped from the heart in minutes
the amount of blood discharged from left ventricle
Pulse
wave like sensation that can be palpated in a peripheral arte…
Normal resting
60-100 bpm
10 terms
Vital Signs 31-40
pulse deficit
pulse pressure
pupil
radial pulse
the difference between the rate of an apical pulse and the ra…
the difference between systolic and diastolic blood pressure
the black center of the eye
the pulse felt at the wrist
pulse deficit
the difference between the rate of an apical pulse and the ra…
pulse pressure
the difference between systolic and diastolic blood pressure
21 terms
Pulse
Pulse
Compliance
Cardiac output
Peripheral pulse
Cardiac output; expressed in beats per minute (bpm)
Ability to contract and expand
By the volume of blood pumped into the arteries by the heart
A pulse located away from the heart
Pulse
Cardiac output; expressed in beats per minute (bpm)
Compliance
Ability to contract and expand
28 terms
Pulse
Pulse
Pulse sites
Pulse sites
Pulse sites
the throbbing caused by the regular alternating contraction a…
Temporal artery
Carotid
Apical
Pulse
the throbbing caused by the regular alternating contraction a…
Pulse sites
Temporal artery
32 terms
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…
44 terms
Pulse and Respiration REVIEW
What is the purpose of monitoring the…
Where are the 10 pulse sites located?
When should the Radial Pulse be used?
When should the Apical Pulse be used?
to establish a patients baseline to asses the rate after spec…
Individuals at home monitoring their own heart rates.
used to measure the pulse when the radial pulse is abnormal.…
What is the purpose of monitoring the…
to establish a patients baseline to asses the rate after spec…
Where are the 10 pulse sites located?
9 terms
healthcare
Sphygmomanometer
systolic
diastolic
pulse pressure
instrument calibrated for measuring blood pressure in millili…
measurement of blood pressure taken when the heart is contrac…
measurement of blood pressure taken when the heart is at rest
difference between systolic and diastolic blood pressure
Sphygmomanometer
instrument calibrated for measuring blood pressure in millili…
systolic
measurement of blood pressure taken when the heart is contrac…
34 terms
PULSE
pulse is assessed bu three things:
rate is the
rhythm is the
volume is the
rate... rhythm ... volume
number of beats per minute
pattern of the beats
character, or strength of the beats
pulse is assessed bu three things:
rate... rhythm ... volume
rate is the
number of beats per minute
10 terms
Clinical vital signs
Apical
Arrhythmia
Aural
Axillary
Pulse rate taken by placing a stethoscope over the top of the…
Abnormal heart rate
Measurement of ear temperature
Armpit
Apical
Pulse rate taken by placing a stethoscope over the top of the…
Arrhythmia
Abnormal heart rate
10 terms
Measuring Vital Signs
Apnea
Bradycardia
Bradypnea
Febrile
Absence of breathing
Pulse rate less than 60 bpm
Slow, shallow breathing
State of having a fever
Apnea
Absence of breathing
Bradycardia
Pulse rate less than 60 bpm
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