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Patient Assessment

Patient Care in Radiography 8th Edition Chapter 11

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Part of your initial assessment of patient status should incude assessment of body temperature by means of: Taking an axillary temperature
110/78mm Hg is a typical measurement for which vital sign: Blood Pressure
A serum bilirubin test is used to measure: conjugated hemoglobin content in blood
When a patient's appearance takes on a bluish coloration, especially in nail beds and the mucous membranes of the mouth, the patient is described as being: Cyanotic
The nermal heart rate for an adult is: 60 to 100 bpm
When the heart rate is measured by placing a stethoscope on the chest directly over the heart, this is call: Apical Pulse
The term "tachycardia" refers to: Rapid Heart Rate
What insturment is used to monitor both the pulse and the oxygen saturation of the blood? Pulse oximeter
Created by: Dallas1856