CV review.pdf - Cardiovascular | Completed | Shadow Health Cardiovascular Results | Completed Advanced Health Assessment September'17 NREO81 NRE-662 01A

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10/17/2017 Cardiovascular | Completed | Shadow Health 1/2 Cardiovascular Results | Completed Advanced Health Assessment - September '17 , NREO81 NRE-662 01A Return to Assignment Your Results Turn In Lab Pass Activity Time: 4 min Review Questions In order to determine which heart sound is S1, which of the following should you assess? Incorrect: While auscultating for the heart, you should palpate the carotid artery because the carotid upstroke occurs just after S1. This technique can be helpful in identifying individual heart sounds. Apical pulse (Student Response) External jugular vein Internal jugular vein Carotid upstroke (Correct Response) The assessment of Jugular Venous Pressure (JVP) correlates with: Correct: JVP is directly related to central venous pressure (CVP). It is possible to estimate CVP by measuring the highest jugular pulsations. Central venous pressure (Correct Response) Left ventricular ejection fraction Left ventricular pressure Pulmonary artery pressure Tina had brisk capillary refill (less than 3 seconds). What does this mean?
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