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TPR
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  1. What is Apex
    is the pointed end of something
  2. What is Arrhythmia
    the uneven intervals between beat
  3. What is bounding
    A strong force
  4. What is Bradycardia
    slow heart rate
  5. What is Hemorrhage
    A large amount of bleeding
  6. What is Tachycardia
    Fast heart rate
  7. Where is the carotid pulse located in the body
    the neck
  8. Where is the temporal pulse located in the body
    in the head
  9. Where is the apical pulse located in the body
    the pointed end below the left nipple
  10. Where is the brachial pulse located in the body
    is at the bend of the elbow
  11. Where is the radial pulse located in the body
    at the wrist
  12. Where is the popliteal pulse located in the body
    behind the knee
  13. Where is the posterior tibial pulse located in the body
    shine bone
  14. Where is the dorsalis pedis pulse located in the body
    mound of the foot
  15. Where is the femoral pulse located in the body
    at the groin area
  16. List 6 factors that increase the pulse rate
    • 1. exercise
    • 2.illness
    • 3.depression
    • 4.age
    • 5.shock
    • 6.medication
  17. What is pulse oximetry
    is a device that measure the pulse of level in the blood
  18. What is cheyne-shokes
    period labored breathing followed by apnea
  19. What is apnea
    absence of breathing
  20. What is Rales
    bubbling, clicking, and crackling sound
  21. What is Inspiration
    breathing in
  22. What is Expiration
    breathing out
  23. What is Dyspnea
    difficulty of breathing
  24. List 4 tyoes of abnormal respiration
    • 1. rales
    • 2. apnea
    • 3.dyspnea
    • 4. bradycardia
  25. List 8 factors that affect respiration
    • 1.ralaxation
    • 2.exercise
    • 3.anxiety
    • 4.medication
    • 5.age
    • 6.pain
    • 7.heart disease
    • 8.respiratory disease
  26. List 7 factors that increase temperature
    • 1.exercise
    • 2.digestion of fooed
    • 3.increased environmental temperature
    • 4 .illness
    • 5.infection
    • 6.excitement
    • 7.anxiety
  27. List 6 factors theat decrease tempature
    • 1.sleep
    • 2.fasting
    • 3.exposure to cold
    • 4.certain illness
    • 5.decreased muscle activity
    • 6.depression
  28. List the 4 types of thermometers
    • 1.glass thermometers
    • 2.aural thermometers
    • 3.chemically treated paper or plastic thermometers
    • 4.electronic and digal thermometers
  29. What is the average temperature for oral
    • 97.6-99.6
    • average is 98.6
  30. What is the average temperature for rectal
    • 98.6-100.6
    • average is 99.6
  31. What is the average temperature for axillary
    • 96.6-98.6
    • average is 97.6
  32. when to not do temperature recatally
    • -diarrhea
    • -rectal surgery
    • -fecal impaction
    • -hemorrhoisds
  33. what is afebrile
    within noramal range
  34. what is febrile
    feverish
  35. what is hypothermia
    below normal
  36. what is pyrexia
    above normal produces fever
  37. what is pyrogenic
    factor that produces fevers
  38. What is the average pulse rate for adults
    • 60-80
    • average is 72
  39. What is pulse
    measure rate of the heart
  40. What is rate
    the number of heart beats per min
  41. what is rhythm
    regular, steady,skip
  42. what is force
    weak, thready, bounding
  43. what is arrhythmia
    uneven untervals between beats
  44. What are some factors that decrease pulse rate
    • 1.high level of aerobic fitness
    • 2.depression
    • 3.medication
    • 4.age
  45. List 5 factors that increase blood pressure
    • 1.loss of elasticity in the arteries
    • 2.exercise
    • 3.eating
    • 4.stimulants
    • 5.aniety
  46. List 5 factors that decrease blood pressure
    • 1.hemorrhage
    • 2.inactivity
    • 3.fasting
    • 4.suppressants
    • 5.deppressants
  47. what is normal blood pressure
    • systolic pressure between 90-140mm
    • diastolic pressure between 60-90mm
  48. what is systolic pressure
    when you first heard the heart beat
  49. what is diastolic presseure
    when you last hear the heart beat
  50. what is aneriod
    is the dial or gauge
  51. what is sphygmanometer
    measure of the pulse against pressure
  52. what is stethoscope
    amplify sound

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