A&P Lab Exam 1

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A&P Lab Exam 1
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2012-09-19 21:31:22
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Blood pressure heart rate
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Blood pressure/ heart rate
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  1. Which rgeion is between the 2nd and 3rd intercoastal spaces at the right sternal border?
    Aortic Region
  2. Which region is also known as the right upper sternal border?
    Aortic region
  3. Which region is between the 2nd and 3rd intercoastal spaces at the left sternal border?
    Pulmonic region
  4. Which region is also known as the left upper sternal region?
    Pulmonary region
  5. Which region is between the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th intercoastal spaces at the left sternal border?
    Tricuspid region
  6. Which region is also known as the left lower sternal border?
    Tricuspid region
  7. Which region is near the apex of the heart between the 5th and 6th intercoastal spaces in the midclavicular line?
    Mitral region
  8. Which region is also known as the apex of the heart?
    Mitral region
  9. High blood pressure (hypertension) is indicated by what 3 things?
    • 1. A systolic # greater or equal to 140
    • 2. A diastolic # greater  or equal to 90
    • 3. Both elevated systolic and diastolic number.
  10. What is the lowest possible hypertensive blood pressure?
    140/90
  11. What blood pressure would a prehypertensive patient have?
    130-139/85-89
  12. What does normotensive mean?
    normal blood pressure
  13. What would be an example of a normatensive patient's blood pressure?
    120-129/80-84
  14. Is it okay to take blood pressure on the same arm without a break? What will happen if you do?
    No its not okay, because it will skew the results
  15. What is the brachial artery used for?
    Blood pressure
  16. What is the most common artery to take the pulse rate?
    Radial artery
  17. What is an average normal resting pulse?
    72 bpm

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