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Copy of Vital Signs
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I WONDER?? HMMM...
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diaphragm pulls downward
diaphragm pulls upward
TYPES OF BREATHING
1. Coastal (thoracic)
2. Diaphragmatic (abdominal)
-involves movement to the chest
-involves movement of the abdomen.
Rate: NV: 12-20 breaths per min
>Depth- observe the chest movement (normal, deep,swallow)
>Rhythm - regularity of exhalations and inhalations
>Quality/Character- respiratory effort and sound of breathing
ORTHOPNEA - ability to breathe only in upright position.
EUPNEA- normal respiration
TACHYPNEA- rapid respiration, >20 bpm
HYPERVENTILATION- deep rapid respiration
APNEA- absence of respirations
DYSPNEA- difficulty and rapid breathing
BRADYPNEA- slow breathing, <12 bpm
MAJOR FACTORS AFFECTING RESPIRATORY RATE
4. INCREASED ALTITUDE
– the measure of the pressure exerted by the blood as it pulsates through the arteries.
BP = Cardiac Output X Total Peripheral Resistance
• Systolic Pressure – the pressure of blood as a result of contraction of the ventricles.
•Diastolic Pressure – the pressure of blood where the ventricles are at rest.
Normal Blood Pressure = 120 (systolic)/80(diastolic)
•Pulse Pressure – it is the difference of systolic and diastolic.
S = >140 mmHg
P = >90 mmHg
A blood pressure that is persistently above normal.
S = <100 mmHg
P = <60 mmHg
A blood pressure that is below normal.
2.Stress 6. Disease Process
3.Exercise 7. Obesity
4.Gender 8. Age
Factors affecting blood pressure
ASSESSING BLOOD PRESSURE
as perceived by the patient on a pain scale of 0–10.
– the record of electrical activity of the heart.
– initiation of action potentials by SA Node; results in atrial depolarization.
– results from ventricular depolarization; signals the onset of ventricular contraction.
– represents repolarization of the ventricles; precedes ventricular relaxation.
– an abnormal wave; hypothesized to be caused by the repolarization of the interventricular septum.
PQ/PR INTERVAL- the atria begin to relax. (duration: 0.16 sec.)
QT INTERVAL- beginning of the QRS complex up to the end of the T wave. (duration: 0.36 sec)
HOW TO READ AN ELECTROCARDIOGRAM?
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