Paediatric Values

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Paediatric Values
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2014-12-19 19:04:24
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  1. What are the normal respiratory rates for paediatrics?
    • Newborn: 40-60
    • Infant:20-50
    • Small child:20-35
    • Large child:15-25
  2. What are normal heart rates for paediatrics?
    • Newborn: 120-160
    • Infant: 100-160
    • Small child: 80-120
    • Large child: 80-100
  3. What are normal paediatric blood pressures?
    • Newborn: N/A
    • Infant: 70mmHg
    • Small child: 80mmHg
    • Large child: 90mmHg
  4. What are inadequate blood pressure for paediatrics?
    • Newborn: N/A
    • Infant: 60mmHg
    • Small child:70mmHg
    • Large child: 80mmHg
  5. What are the categories and ages of paediatric patients?
    • Newborn:<24hrs
    • Infant: >24hrs-12mths
    • Small child: 1yr-8yrs
    • Large child: 9yrs-14yrs
  6. What are the formulas for calculating paediatric weights?
    • 1-9 yrs: agex2+8
    • 10-14: agex3.3

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