Student Name: Sarah WilsonVital Signs Case StudyAfter learning and practicing basic nursing skills in the classroom and lab, you are assigned to work in a post-acute rehabilitation unit of a skilled nursing facility. You are assigned 5 patients and asked to get their vital signs for the nurse.Mrs. Host, 84 y/o, admitted for rehab after hospitalization following hip surgery and he has new onset hypertensionMr. Oxen, 75 y/o, admitted for rehab after hospitalization for an exacerbation of COPD, he is on oxygen therapy Mr. Hines, 77 y/o, admitted for rehab after hospitalization for acute decompensated congestive heart failure, he has a history of type 2 diabetes and had a heart attack 5 years ago, he requires multiple cardiac medicationsMrs. Trey, 72 y/o, admitted for rehab after hospitalization for weakness following open heart surgery, she is on antibiotics because she experienced sepsis after surgery and was in ICU for 1 month, she is on multiple cardiac medicationsMr. Long, 89 y/o, admitted for rehab after hospitalization for a urinary tract infection and is on antibiotic therapyBefore starting, you review what you know about taking vital signs. 1.The normal Celsius ranges for adult oral temperature are: 36.5-37.52.A Celsius oral temperature over _____38 _________is a concern for possible infection.3.The normal range of an adult radial pulse is 60-100___________________4.A pulse below __60_________ is called _____bradycardia_____________5.A pulse over _____100_______ is called _____tachycardia_____________6.Describe the difference between a regular pulse and an irregular pulse A regular pulse is a regular pattern, irregular pulse is when the beats are not evenly spaced or beats are skipped 7.How long do you count a regular pulse? 30 seconds8.How long do you count an irregular pulse? 1 minute9.Why is it important to check a person’s pulse manually versus using a pulse oximeter? A pulse oximeter is used to check the blood oxygen level, checking a patient’s pulse manually is generallymore accurate. 10.The normal range of respiration in an adult is 12-20 per minute. 11.Describe a full respiration 1 inhalation, 1 exhalation.12.Count respiration right after _taking patient pulse.