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Chapter 11 - Hemorrhage Grey-Turners sign discoloration...

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Chapter 11 : Physical Exam Techniques ☺Although assessment of a medical patient formally starts w/the history, the physical examination actually begins when you first set eyes on your patient. Examination Techniques Inspection Palpation Percussion Auscultation Vital Signs Pulse Bradycardia- 60bpm> Normal- 60-100bpm Tachycardia- 100bpm< Respiration o Adult 12-20 o Child 20-40 o Infant 40< Blood Pressure Hypertension 140/90 Hypotension 90/60 Normal 90-140/90-60 Body Temperature 98.6F Additional Assessment Techniques Pulse Oximetry- 95%> Respiratory distress EKG Blood Glucometer- Norm 60-120 Breath Sounds Crackles (Rahles) Wheezes Rhonchi Stridor Pleural Rubs Cullen’s sign - discoloration around the umbilicus, suggesting intra-abdominal
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Unformatted text preview: Hemorrhage. Grey-Turners sign- discoloration over the flanks, suggesting intra-abdominal bleeding. Crainial Nerves I-Olfactory Nerves: smell II- Optic Nerves: Vision III-Oculomotor Nerves: eye movement, pupil contraction IV-Trochlear Nerve: eye movement V- Trigeminal Nerve: facial sensory &amp;amp; motor function VI-Abducens Nerve: eye movement VII-Facial Nerve: taste &amp;amp; facial expression VIII-Acoustic Nerve: hearing IX-Glossopharyngeal Nerve: taste &amp;amp; swallowing X-Vagus Nerve: Parasympathetic nervous system XI- Spinal Accessory Nerve: movement of head and shoulders, swallowing XII-Hypoglossal Nerve- movement of the tongue...
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