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Cardio Assess Unit 2

SPC Cardiopulmonary Assessment Unit 2 Exam 1

Temperature Hypothermia 1. Cold Water Drowning Head Trauma w/ Hypothalamus Injury
Temperature Hyperthermia 1. Fever 2. Infection 3. Dehydration
Normal Pulse for an adult? 60-100 beats per min
Pulse for Tachycardia and following conditions? >100 beats per min 1. Hypoxemia 2. Hypotension 3. Fever 4. Anxiety
Pulse for Bradycardia and following conditions? <60 beats per min 1. Complete Heart Block 2. Endurance Athletes 3. Beta Blockers
Normal RR for an adult? 12-20 breaths per min
RR for Tachypnea and following conditions? >20 breaths per min 1. J-Receptor Stimulation 2. Metabolic Acidemia 3. Anxiety
Pulse for Bradypnea and following conditions? <10 breaths per min 1. Drug O.D. 2. Head Trauma 3. Hypothermia
Normal BP for an adult? 90/60-150-90
BP for Hypertension? >150/90 1. High SVR
BP for Hypotension? <90/60 1. Hypovolemia 2. Shock 3. CHF
What are the 3 topographic landmarks of the chest? 1. Suprasternal Notch 2. Sternal Angle 3. Lung Fissures
Suprasternal Notch is located where? Groove at the top pf the manubrium, you palpate here to check for tracheal shifts
Sternal Angle is located where? Ridge at junction of manubrium and body of sternum, this is used in estimating JVD.
What are the 2 Right lung fissures? Horizontal Minor (RUL-RML) & Oblique Major (RML-RLL)
What is the left lung fissure? Oblique Major (LUL-LLL)
Created by: Langhout1418
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