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Module Four

Vital Signs and Terms

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Which of the following would cause you concern? (All temps are oral). T 98.8 P 88 R 32 B/P 148/62 R 32
Which of the following would cause you concern? (All temps are oral). T 100.8 P 72 R 18 B/P 168/96 T 100.8, B/P 168/96
Which of the following would cause you concern? (All temps are oral). T 96.4 P 34 R 12 B/P 134/68 T 96.4, P 34
Which of the following would cause you concern? (All temps are oral). T 98.6 P 80 R 14 B/P 120/80 None
Name the term for low blood pressure. hypotension
Name the term for high blood pressure. hypertension
Name the term for fast pulse. tachycardia
Name the term for slow pulse. bradycardia
A woman rides in a 64 pound wheelchair. When you place her on the wheelchair scale, the reading is 198 pounds. How much does you patient weigh? _____________ 134
Your patient needs to be weighed. She steps up onto the scale, but refuses to let go of the scale because of her fear of falling. List two options you could take to get her weight weigh her in a wheelchair, have a walker over the scale for stability and security, use a bed scale if necessary.
Created by: mstearns