Tina had brisk capillary refill (less than 3 seconds). What does this mean? Incorrect: Capillary refill is a measure of arterial blood supply to the extremities. Capillary refill of less than 2 to 3 seconds is indicative of adequate and healthy arterial blood return. She does not have venous disease (Student Response) She is not anemic Arterial blood flow is sufficient (Correct Response) Her oxygen level is normal Describe where on the body and when in the cardiac cycle you are most likely to auscultate a murmur caused by mitral valve prolapse. Overview Transcript Subjective Data Collection Objective Data Collection Education & Empathy Documentation Lifespan Review Questions Self-Reflection
10/17/2017 Cardiovascular | Completed | Shadow Health 2/2 Student Response: 5th intercostal space, left midclavicular line Model Note: Murmurs caused by mitral valve prolapse usually occur in late systole just after a mid systolic click. They are best heard at the apex of the heart and the left lower sternal border when the patient is lying supine with legs raised or sitting up.
- Summer '17
- Dr. Iris Malone
- arterial blood, Tina, Radial artery, Student response