Pulse oximetry

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  • Furosemide Conclusion

    Conclusion My hypothesis stated that Digitalis and Furosemide will both work upon the patient’s left side heart failure. However, the experiment concluded that only Digitalis was effective upon the patient’s condition. Administration of Furosemide led to a relatively quick death of the patient. I did not expect the patient to die while being administered Furosemide. In fact, I had hypothesized that while both drugs would work effectively upon the patient, that the Furosemide would work at a…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of DPWM Schemes

    Thank you for your suggestion. It has been provided in Appendix with the help of current, each of the device, switches. Experimental set-up detail is required including the photograph of the set-up Thank you for your suggestion. It has been provided in the experimental results section. To the Reviewer 5: The authors appreciate your well-advised comments. Based on your comments, highlighted texts have been added in the new version of the manuscript. The authors didn 't mention, how the…

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  • Vital Signs Lab Report

    heart rate, respiration rate, blood pressure, and pulse oximetry. These vital signs and change of vital signs are affected by factors such as gender, race, genetics, lifestyle, exercise, and environment. This experiment focuses on the effect of exercise and physical conditioning on vital signs and the change of vital signs after performing exercise. Heart rate is measured by counting the number of pulse beats felt in an artery at a pulse point in the neck, at the carotid artery, or…

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  • Capnography Monitoring

    Next, the interdisciplinary team will develop an education module about OIRD, respiratory sedation assessment, use of capnography, and differences between use of capnography and pulse oximetry monitoring (Carlisle, 2015). Also, a short and concise handout about capnography can be distributed around the other units of the hospital. In addition, monthly collaboration meetings can help to share EBP projects results and outcomes between…

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  • Coal Miners Suicide

    months, basal BP > 180/100 mmHg, resting pulse rate > 120 bpm, Body Mass Index (BMI) > 35 kg/m2, injury-free; no history of hospitalization; previous involvement in yoga rehabilitation programs; neuromuscular conditions interfering with exercise tests; present and ex-smokers (smoking…

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  • Nursing Care Plan Essay

    Respiratory rate 20 non-labored, producing a white material on the buccal mucosa; which does not wipe off with tongue blade. Other vital signs: temperature: 101.F, pulse: 100 BMP (regular), blood Pressure: 130/72mmHg, pulse oximeter: SAO 98% RA. Auscultation reveals decreased breath sounds, dull to percussion right lower lobe. End expiratory wheeze in right lower lobe, as well as an increased anterior-posterior diameter to chest wall, no rales…

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  • Pneumonia Research Paper

    The most common bacteria type that causes pneumonia is Streptococcus Pneumonia. How is it Diagnosed? Pneumonia is diagnosed while taking different kinds of tests. Some of these tests are: Physical exams, diagnostic tests, CT scans, Sputum tests, Pulse oximetry test, and a bronchoscopy. While a physical examination is being done, sounds of crackling and bubbling while you inhale are a sign of pneumonia. During the diagnostic tests, the physician may…

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  • Essay On Catheterization

    within the nursing scope of practice. The nurse monitors the environment to ensure appropriate cleaning, and maintenance of adequate ventilation. The nurse is responsible for checking for hemostasis; considering distal circulation, and peripheral pulses. Verify voiding, and assess for abdominal distention before the patient is transferred to the recovery area. Remind the patient to keep the affected leg straight (Moser, & Riegel,…

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  • Case Study: Respiratory Rate

    an incubator. Clinical condition 2: Respiratory Rate Baby has the following: 10 days old; 31 weeks GA; 32 3/7 weeks PMA; in an incubator on room air; on caffeine; gains 20 grams per day (Susan, 2013). Essential signs: 2-3 apneas a day; HR=136; pulse oximetry=99…

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  • Sample Case Study In Nursing Case Paper

    I1. You walk into Anna’s room and on initial assessment you found Anna is restless. The patient care tech just finished doing the vital signs on Anna and handed over it to you; BP: 170/84 mm Hg Pulse: 122 beats/minute Respirations: 40/minute Pulse Oximetry: 96% on the BiPAP Oral Temperature: 98.6F (Her last ABG done 30 minutes before shows pH of 7.38, Pco2 of 40, Po2 of 110, and HCo3 of 24) Anna is found restless, pulling on to the mask trying to remove it and the patient care tech is…

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