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Body tissue --> Right Atria --> Right Ventricle --> Lungs --> Left Atria --> Left Ventricle --> Body tissue
Arteries- oxygenated blood from the heart to body tissues
Veins- unoxygenated blood from tissues to the heart
Capillaries- connect arteries with veins
Typical respiratory rate adult and infant
Adult: 12-18 br/min
Infant: 40 br/min
heart is unable to meet and maintain adequate circulation of blood to meet the body's needs.
- Left Heart Failure: Not adequately pumped into circulation
- Right Heart Failure: Blood not adequately removed from circulation
Peripheral Vascular Disease
- Arterial Disease
- Varicose Veins
Coronary Artery Disease
- Myocardial Infarction
- Congestive Heart Failure
Typical BP for Adult and Infant
Typical Heart Rate Infant and Adult
- Adult: 60-80 bpm
- Infant: 120 bpm
1-10.... as number increases exertion does as well.
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