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cont with question 26 physical examination

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Define Hypothermia?
What is the most common cause of hypothermia?
While listening to a patient's posterior lung bases, you hear soft, muffled sounds occuring mainly during inspiration. What inference could you draw from this finding?
What is indicated by activity of the accesory muscles of ventilation at rest?
While palpating the chest of the patient who repeats the words "ninety-nine", there is an increased tactile fremitus over the left lower lobe. What could explain this finding? consolidation of the underlying lung tissues
While percussing a patient's chest wall, you encounter an area that produces an abnormal increase in resonance. What could explain this finding?
Describe why you would find resonance during chest percussion?
Describe why you would find decreased resonance during chest percussions?
Describe why you would find increased resonance during chest percussions?
Describe what you would find during percussions,palpation,and ausculation with pneumonia, air in the plural space, and fluid in the plueral space.
The topographic term used to describe the center line of the body is: anatomical landmarks area of chest
The diaphragm contracts during inspiration
A normal pulse should feel: regular rhythm, strong and full
When taking a patient's bloop pressure, the diagphragm of the stethescope is normally places over which arterty? brachial
When you record a blood pressure, the systolic pressure is written as which number? the top number between 95-140
When you use the palpation method to obtain a blood pressure, the measurement you obtain is the: indirectly
Describe signs that would indicate labored breathing?
Normal respirations for an adult should be between? 12-20 breaths per min
According to your text, normal adult heart rate is between; 60-100 beats per min
While observing a patient's breathing, you note that the depth and rate first increase, then decrease, followed by a period of apnea. which term would you use to describe this pattern? Cheyne-Stokes respiration
On a diagram identify the arteries where we can find pulses Carotid, brachial, radial, femoral,popliteal,dorsal pedal, posterial tibial
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