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1

Normal blood volume in adult?

4.5 - 5.0 L

2

What % total lung volume is: ERV?

15%

3

What % total lung volume is: IRV?

50%

4

What % total lung volume is: FRC?

40%

5

What % total lung volume is: VC?

75%

6

What % total lung volume is: RV?

25%

7

What % total lung volume is: IC?

60%

8

What % total lung volume is: TV?

10%

9

What % total lung volume is: TLC?

100%

10

What is normal BP?

less than 120/ less than 80

11

What is prehypertensive BP?

120-139/ 80-89

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What is stage I HTN?

140 - 159/ 90 - 99

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What is stage II HTN?

greater than 160/ greater than 100

14

Mean range for pH in ABGs

7.35 - 7.45

15

Mean range for PaCO2

35 - 45 mmHg

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Mean range for PaO2

80 - 100 mmHg

17

Mean range for HCO3

22 - 26 mEq/ L

18

Mean range for SaO2

95% - 98%

19

What is the range of Eucapnia?

35 - 45 mmHg

20

What is the range for mild hypoxemia?

60 - 79 mmHg

21

What the range for moderate hypoxemia?

40 - 59 mmHg

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What is the range for severe hypoxemia?

less than 40 mmHg

23

When does creatine phosphokinase peak after MI?

12 - 24 hours

24

When does creatine phosphokinase decline after MI?

48 - 72 hours

25

Interpret ABGs in this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OpvyEIlFj8

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What is the range for: Erythrocyte count?

4.0 - 5.6 x 10(to the 6th) mL

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What is the range for: Leukocytes count?

3.5 - 9.0 x10(to the 3rd) mm3

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What is the range for: Platelet count?

150,000 - 400,000 x 10(to the 3rd) mm3

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What is the range for: Partial Thromboplastin Tiime (PTT)?

25 - 40 sec

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What is the range for: Hemoglobin count?

12 - 16 gm/Dl

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What is the range for: Hematocrit count?

35 - 45%

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What is the range for: Total Cholesterol count?

- Less than 200 mg/Dl = Desirable
- 200 - 240 mg/Dl = Borderline
- Greater than 240 mg/Dl = High

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What is the range for: LDL count?

- Less than 100 mg/Dl = Optimal
- 100 - 129 mg/Dl = near optimal
- 130 - 159 mg/Dl = borderline
- 160 - 189 mg/Dl = high
- greater than 190 = very high

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What is the range for: HDL count?

less than 40 mg/Dl = low
greater than 60 mg/Dl = high

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What is the range for: Triglyceride count?

- Less than 150 mg/Dl = Desirable
- 150 - 200 = Borderline
- 200 -500 = High
- Greater than 500 = Very High

36

What are the ratings for the Angina Pain Scale?

1 = Mild, Barely noticeable

2 = Moderate, bothersome

3 = Moderately severe, very uncomfortable

4 = Most severe or intense pain ever experienced

37

Provide the ABI values.

1.3 or greater = Rigid arteries. U/S for PAD

1.0-1.3 = Normal

.8 - .99= Mild Blockage beginning of PAD

.4 - .79 Moderate Blockage

Less than .4 = Severe blockage. Claudication pain at rest



38

What are the BMI values

less than 18. 5 underweight
18.5-24.9 = Normal
25- 29.9 = Overweight
30-34.9 = Obese 1
35-39.9 = Obese 2
40+ = Extreme obesity

39

What are the capillary refill times?

2 seconds = Normal

Greater than 2 seconds occlusion

40

Classification for lymphedema

Mild= less than 3 cm

Mod = 3-5cm difference

Severe = greater than 5 cm

41

What are the grades for claudication pain?

Grade I = Mild pain

Grade II = Mod pain

Grade III = Intense pain

Grade IV = Excruciating pain

42

What is the primary indicator of a pulmonary obstructive impairment?

FEV1/FVC = less than 70%

43

Rate Pressure Product is comprised of what?

Heart rate x Blood pressure = important for coronary blood flow.
* Keep exercise intensity below RPP value (measured via borg)

44

What is the karvonen formula?

{(Max HR - Resting HR) x 40%} + Resting HR
{(Max HR - Resting HR) x 85%} + Resting HR

45

What rating on the Borg correlates to 70% of max HR?

13-14

46

What waist to hip ration puts individuals at risk for type 2 DM, CV disease, HTN, etc?

Men: greater than 102 cm (40 inches)
Women: greater than 88 cm (35 inches)

*Do not perform on individuals with BMI greater than 35.