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Vital Signs Knowledge Test Quiz

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1. What is the primary purpose of assessing vital signs in a patient?

2. Which vital sign is considered most critical in assessing the immediate life-threatening condition?

3. At what systolic blood pressure reading is hypertension diagnosed in adults?

4. What is the normal range for adult heart rate at rest?

5. Which method is most accurate for measuring core body temperature?

6. What does a low oxygen saturation level indicate about a patient's condition?

7. How often should vital signs be checked in a patient with stable, normal readings?

8. Which of the following factors can cause an elevated heart rate?

9. Why is blood pressure measured in mmHg?

10. What constitutes a 'normal' oxygen saturation (SpO2) level in a healthy adult?