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PT Assessment Quiz 3

What are the four vital functions in order of priority? 1. Ventilation, 2. Oxygenation, 3. Circulation, 4. Perfusion
What is the most common cause of Jugular Vein Distention in COPD patients? Right heart failure (cor pulmonale)
What is capillary refill used to assess? Peripheral circulation
What causes barrel chest? Chronic air trapping
What is the normal AP diameter ratio? 1:2
What is the AP ration for a barrel chest patient? 1:1
Increased depth of breathing Hyperpnea
Normal breathing Eupnea
RR>20 Tachypnea
Fast, deep respirations with abrupt pauses Biot's
Breathing gradually increases then decreases in rate and depth, followed by periods of apnea Cheyne-Stokes
Cessation of breathing Apnea
Increased rate and depth of breathing; usually associated with diabetic ketoacidosis Kussmaul's
Deep, gasping inspiration with brief, partial expiration Apneustic
Decreased depth of breathing Hypopnea
RR<12 Bradypnea
Created by: ashconrad417