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Método para tomar la temperatura, el pulso y la respiración

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    Michelle S.
    US
    Michelle S.

    Patient vital signs are measured through weight, blood pressure, pulse and temperature reading

    John A.
    KE
    John A.

    Why is the pulse of an infant double the rate of a mature man ?

    John A.
    KE
    John A.

    What is the scientific explanation why women' pulse is higher than that of men and why an infants' pulse is double that of a grown up ?

    OKELLO D.
    UG
    OKELLO D.

    whats the difference between pulse rate and blood pressure

    OKELLO D.
    UG
    OKELLO D.

    Taking a temperature- make sure that the thermometer is clean.shake the thermometer.Make sure that it shows lower than 35c.- Taking a pulse u need a watch or clock with a second hand. Put your index finger and your middle finger on the inside of the patient's wrist on the side where his or her thumb is. Never use your thumb because your thumb has its own pulse and it will confuse your counting.count the number of beats that you feel in 30 seconds

    VICKI M.
    US
    VICKI M.

    vital signs are called vital signs for a reason

    VICKI M.
    US
    VICKI M.

    none

    Paul O.
    NG
    Paul O.

    whats the difference between pulse rate and blood pressure

    Uriah Shelton W.
    LR
    Uriah Shelton W.

    what is vital sign?

    Sonia S.
    CD
    Sonia S.

    If the patient is ill does his/her respiratory rate increase?

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