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NRTC Fundes II

NRTC Fundes II Assessment

Avg Adult Temp 98.6
Febrile Having an increased temperature
Afebrile without a fever
Macule freckle
Pustule pimple
Vesicle raised serous fluid filled area
How often are "focused assessments" done q shift and as status changes
Depth of Light palpation 1/2 inch to 1 inch
Depth of deep palpation 1.5 to 2 inches
location of dependent edema assessment for the mobile patient lower leg above the ankle
Exam for bone conduction of sound in which tuning fork is placed in the middle of the head Weber test
Exam to test bone and air conduction of sound in which tuning fork is placed on the mastoid process then beside the ear Rhinne Test
Bilateral pupillary constriction regardless of the eye that is stimulated consensual response
rapid eye movement Nystagmus
Average Adult Blood Pressure less than 120/80
5th vital sign pain
Average length of capillary refill less than 3 seconds
Area of skin turgor assessment back of hand or clavical
circumscribed, elevated, solid, superficial lesion of the skin plaque
Glasgow coma score of less than ____ indicates coma 7
Average adult respiratory rate 12-20
average adult heart rate 60-100
Exagerated lumbar curvature lordosis
Exaggerated thoracic curvature kyphosis
defined lateral curvature of the spine scoliosis
Light quick tapping of the body's surface to produce sound percussion
Process of listening to sound produced in the body with a stethoscope auscultation
peripheral lung field sounds vesicular
central chest and back lung sounds bronchovesicular
fluid in the abdomen ascites
Freely open patent
abnormal drowsiness lethargy
Created by: kleer