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Isolation precautions for contact spread conditions:

-private room
-no mask
-gown
-gloves
-minimize transport
ex: MRSA

2

isolation precautions for droplet spread conditions:

-private room
-mask
-no gown
-no gloves
-mask patient for transport
ex: mumps, flu

3

isolation precautions for Airborne spread conditions

-private room with negative air flow
-N95 mask
-no gown
-gloves
-mask patient for transport
ex: measles, tuberculosis

4

Isolation precautions for airborne and contact spread conditions

-private room with negative airflow
-N95 mask
-gown
-gloves
-mask patient for transport
ex: chickenpox

5

normal resting BP range for neonates

1-28 days
systolic: greater than 60
diastolic: highly variable

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normal resting BP range for infants

1-12 months
systolic: 70-95
diastolic: highly variable

7

normal resting BP range for children

1-8 yrs
systolic: 80-110
diastolic: highly variable

8

normal resting BP range for adults

systolic: 90-140
diastolic: 60-80

9

classification for prehypertension in adults

systolic: 120-139
diastolic: 80-89

10

classification for stage 1 hypertension in adults

systolic: 140-159
diastolic: 90-99

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classification for stage 2 hypertension

systolic: at least 160
diastolic: at least 100

12

normal pulse for neonates

1-28 days
120-160 BPM

13

normal pulse for infants

1-12 months
100-120 BPM

14

normal pulse for children

1-8 yrs
80-100

15

normal pulse for adults

60-100

16

pulse volume

-amount of blood within the vessel
0: absent
1+: weak/thready
2+: normal
3+: bounding

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normal respiratory rate for neonates

1-28 days
40-60 br/min

18

normal respiratory rate for infants

1-12 months
25-50 br/min

19

normal respiratory rate for children

1-8 yrs
15-30 br/min

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normal respiratory rate for adults

12-20 br/min

21

tachypnea

hyperventilation
greater than 20 br/min

22

bradypnea

hypoventilation
less than 12 br/min

23

Respiratory deapth

-tidal volume
normal
shallow
deep

24

recording of effort of respiration

labored
difficult painful

25

what do titles II and III of the ADA address?

: address physical accessibility
-provides standardized space requirements for accessibility in a variety of environments

26

ICF model

International Classification of Function, Disability and Health Model

27

NG Tube

nasogastric tube
-feeding/meds

28

standard precautions for infection prevention

-hand hygiene
-respiratory hygiene
-barriers (PPE)
-sharps disposal

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standard precautions are to be used with...

all patients

30

plumb line alignment

-ear lobes
-c-spine bodies
-shoulder
-trunk/L-spine vertebrae
-greater trochanter
-anterior to knee
-anterior to lateral malleolus