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Normal Erythrocyte (RBC) level? 4-5.6 millin
Normal Leukocyte (WBC) level? 4,000-11,000
Normal Platelet level? 165,000-415,000
Normal Hematocrit level? 35-46%
what is hematocrit % of red blood cells in blood
if hematocrit is low what is a symptoms? low aerobic exercises tolerance
Normal Hemoglobin level? 12-16 gm/dL
Normal blood glucose level? 100 mg/dL
Hypoglycemic level? < 70
Hyperglycemic level? >180-200
DM glood glucose Dx level? > 125
International Normalization Ratio (INR) 2-3
increased INR means at risk for ? bleeding w exercises
ABG order? PH/PACo2/PaO2/ HCO3
Normal pH? 7.35-7.45
Normal PaCO2? 35-45mmHg
Normal PaO2? 80-100mmHg
Normal HCO3-? 22-28MEQ/L
PaO2 hypoxemia level? < 90
PaO2 hyperemia level? > 100
PaO2 need for supplemental O2 level? <55
Normal SaO2? 95-98%
Normal SPO2 95-100%
Normal Total Cholesterol < 200
High total cholesterol? >240
Normal LDL? < 100
High LDL? > = 190
Normal HDL? < 40 and > =60
Normal Triglycerides? < 150
Very high Triglyceride level? 500
normal FEV1? > = 80%
Sever FEV1? < 50%
FEV1/FEV normal ratio? > = 70%
Sever FEV1/FEV ratio? < 45%
Normal VC? 80%
Sever VC? 50%
Normal TV? 500mL
Normal FEF 25-75%
Normal BMI? 18.5-24.9
Obese 1 BMI? Obese 2 BMI? > 30 >= 40
Underweight BMI? < 18.5
BMI of 40 will typically qualify for? bariatric surgery
Women central obesity waist circumference? > 36 in
Men waist circumference central besity? >40 in
Is pear or apple fat distribution at greater risk? apple
T score for bone mineral density osteopenia level? < -1 > -2.5
T score for bone mineral density osteoperosis level? < = -2.5 or -2.5 w fx
Oral glucose 2 hrs after drinking the surgery during should be? < 140
A1c normal? < 5.7%
what does A1c test? blood glucose over 23 months
RR normal adult? 12-20
RR of normal infant? 40
Normal adult HR? 60-80
Normal newborn HR? 125
Dehydration body level? > = 6%
difference between heat stroke and heat exhaustion? stroke more sever and cognition issues Exhaustion: HR & RR ^ and BP v
Heat syncope and exhaustion differences? BO not affected in syncope
Hypothermia body temp? < 97%
Hig altitude is considered > = 5, 000 feet
Aquatic water temp fot intense training? 81-83 deg
aquatic water temp fro rehab? 91-93 *
Cardiac effects of deeper water? decreased HR Increased SV ad CO increased hydrostatic pressure
FITT principle for physical improvements? F: 2-4 per week I aerobic time: 15-60 min Type: aerobc for 20 min
Normal Body temp? 96.8-99.5 * F
New born baby Blood pressure range? 65-85/45-55
1 year old BP range? 80-100/55-65
Premature BP is less or more? less 55-75/35-45
Adult prehypertension BP level? 120-130/80-90
Stage 1 hypertension BP level? 130-140/90-100
male or female child HR faster? female
Well conditioned athlete HR? 50-60
Created by: KelsM