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  • Blood Pressure - 1713 Words
    A reflective account of blood pressure testing during a clinical simulative skill session The clinical skill that I have decided to reflect on in this essay is the manual blood pressure test that I have performed on one of my colleague during a simulative clinical skills session. The aim of this essay is to reflect on this experience, so as to learn from it, identify areas of concern and increase competence in this skill accordingly. To start the essay it is the custom to at least give a...
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  • Blood Pressure - 965 Words
    Introduction When the heart beats, it pumps blood round the body to give it the energy and oxygen it needs. As the blood moves, it pushes against the sides of the blood vessels. The strength of this pushing is your blood pressure. If the blood pressure is too high, it puts extra strain on your arteries (and your heart) and this may lead to heart attacks and strokes. Having high blood pressure (hypertension) is not usually something that you feel or notice. It does not tend to produce obvious...
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  • Blood Pressure - 543 Words
    Blood Pressure The function of the heart is to circulate blood around the body. The heart comprises of four chambers: Right Atrium Left Atrium Right Ventricle Left Ventricle Functionally the heart comprises of two pumps: The right atrium receives blood from the body (de-oxygenated blood) and the right ventricle pumps it into the lungs for aeration (removal of carbon dioxide and add oxygen). The left atrium receives the oxygenated blood from the lungs and the left ventricle pumps...
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  • Blood Pressure - 594 Words
    WATCH YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE Introduction: Hey guys so I’m here to talk about how to Dance.... I’m just kidding; you guys just get so nervous that it feels like your just going to throw up? Well that is your blood just going through your veins like a bullet train. [Attention Getter]How many of you know what blood pressure is? It is the pressure exerted by the blood against the walls of the arteries. How many of you know on how high or low blood pressure really is? I mean most of us are nervous...
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  • Blood Pressure - 612 Words
    Blood pressure is the force of blood pushing against the walls of the arteries as the heart pumps blood. The heart pumps blood into the arteries (blood vessels), which carry the blood throughout the body. Blood pressure is one of the vital signs. High blood pressure (hypertension) is a serious condition that can lead to various health problems (coronary heart disease, heart failure, stroke).It is dangerous because it makes the heart work harder to pump blood to the body and contributes to...
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  • Blood Pressure - 1146 Words
    Blood Pressure – Making a formal inference We often talk about a person’s “blood pressure” as though it is an inherent characteristic of that person. In fact, a person’s blood pressure is different each time you measure it. Blood pressure reacts to stress, diet and genetics. Gender | BP | BP1 | BP2 | BP3 | BP5 | BP7 | BP10 | BP15 | diet | female | 101 | 101 | 101 | 101 | 101 | 101 | 101 | 101 | LowFat | female | 103.3 | 103.3 | 103.3 | 103.3 | 103.3 | 103.3 | 103.3 | 103.3 | LowFat |...
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  • blood pressure - 943 Words
    The skill I was observed on was for undertaking a blood pressure measurement. In undertaking this assignment, I have maintained confidentiality and I asked the patient for her consent to carry out procedure for measuring blood pressure according to the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) (2008). I was directly supervised and observed by my mentor for all the activities undertaken. I will discuss how I took blood pressure of a patient and further explain rationale behind doing specific way. I...
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  • Blood Pressure - 719 Words
    Hormones can react to increase blood pressure when it becomes low, the sympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system uses several ways to temporarily increase blood pressure when it has dropped for example during the fight or flight response. During the response, the sympathetic division is needed to stimulate the adrenal glands to release the hormones epinephrine and norepineprine which stimulate the heart to beat faster and for blood to flow more forcefully, this effect makes most of...
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  • Blood Pressure - 1172 Words
    Hypertension A&P 1 Assignment 1 Amanda G. Smith ITT Tech Hypertension: Abnormal blood pressure above 120/80, Prehypertension systolic pressure ranging from 120 to 139 mm Hg or a diastolic pressure ranging from 90 to 99 mm Hg. Sage 1 Hypertension: Systolic pressure ranging from 140 to 159 mm Hg, diastolic pressure ranging from 90 to 99 mm Hg. Stage 2 Hypertension: Systolic pressure of 160 mm Hg or higher a diastolic pressure of 100mm Hg or higher....
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  • blood pressure - 1010 Words
    MANUAL BLOOD PRESSURE ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUE 2 Abstract: Taking a blood pressure reading is very important in the medical field. It is a way to detect cardiovascular health and treatment effectiveness. Blood pressure readings are one of the most popular tests being done in the healthcare setting. Recording a blood pressure consists of a number of steps, which were recently revised by the American Heart Association in the past few years. Because of the endless amount of misled readings...
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  • Blood Pressure - 594 Words
    Serena Proeung English 111 Professor Holder Blood Pressure Have you had your blood pressure taken recently? If you see your doctor for your yearly checkup, you would notice that the first thing they would do is check your vitals. Taking your blood pressure is one of the first steps when taking your vitals. Blood pressure refers to the force of blood pushing against artery walls as it courses through the body .Although many of you may not think that pressure of the blood system is not such a...
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  • Blood Pressure - 458 Words
    The leading causes of death in the U.S. are heart disease and stroke. The primary or contributing indicator of these ailments is high blood pressure. Blood pressure is the force of blood against your artery walls as it circulates through your body. When you have high blood pressure it can harden your arteries, which decreases the flow of blood and oxygen to the heart. This in turn causes chest pain, heart failure, heart attacks, and strokes. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC),...
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  • blood pressure - 373 Words
    Med/Surg Blog During observational rounds on my first week of placement, I encountered an obese elderly man with type 2 diabetes who was bed bound. His BP was 98/73 so I decided to do a manual blood pressure (BP) to make sure it was not a mechanical error from the automatic machine and recorded 99/75. His other vital signs were in between the flags. I asked my patient how he was feeling, he said he felt fine. I told him his blood pressure was a bit low and if this was normal for him. He said...
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  • Ginseng and Blood Pressure - 5347 Words
    Long-Term Intake of North American Ginseng Has No Effect on 24-Hour Blood Pressure and Renal Function P. Mark Stavro, Minna Woo, Lawrence A. Leiter, Tibor F. Heim, John L. Sievenpiper and Vladimir Vuksan Hypertension 2006;47;791-796; originally published online Mar 6, 2006; DOI: 10.1161/01.HYP.0000205150.43169.2c Hypertension is published by the American Heart Association. 7272 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, TX 72514 Copyright © 2006 American Heart Association. All rights reserved. Print...
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  • Blood Pressure and Mr. Lamont
    Writing Assignment: HESI RN Case Study: Breathing Patterns (Graded) Please complete the following case study. Present the rationale(s) for your response(s). * * Mr. Charles Lamont is a 45-year-old patient who is visiting his primary care physician for his an annual checkup. His wife is waiting for him in the lobby; she is hoping that he will tell the physician about his recent bout of coughing and shortness of breath. Mr. Lamont works for a construction company as a heavy machine...
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  • Hypertension: Mechanical Blood Pressure
    Hypertension Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure is starting to become a very common cardio vascular diagnosis. Hypertension is classified as a cardiovascular disease caused by elevated blood pressure (Mosby's, 2006, p. 923). Hypertension is more dominant for individuals that have unhealthy lifestyles and have a family history of hypertension. Hypertension is also dominant in individuals that consume more that 5.8 grams of salt per day (Makoff, 2006). Having high blood pressure may...
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  • Hypertension: Blood Pressure and Br
    Hypertension is the medical term for high blood pressure. A normal blood pressure is 120/80. A blood pressure reading higher or equal to 140/90 is considered abnormally high. Elevated blood pressure means your heart is working harder than normal, putting both your heart and arteries under great strain. High blood pressure is serious business. On average, people with uncontrolled hypertension are:
  • Seven times more likely to have a stroke.
  • Six times more likely to develop congestive...
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  • Blood Pressure Lab - 276 Words
    Objective: Use cuff manometry to measure arterial blood pressure. Questions: 1. My blood pressure for this lab was 123/78. These numbers are normal, compared to the normal rating of 120/80. My pulse pressure was 45 (SP – DP). My mean arterial pressure was 93 (DP + 1/3 (SP – DP). 2. Mean arterial blood pressure is determined by cardiac output and total vascular resistance. The mathematical equation for mean arterial blood pressure is equal to cardiac output x total vascular resistance. The...
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  • Affects of High Blood Pressure
     Ms. Yusef Period 8 December 15, 2013 High blood pressure High blood pressure increases the risk of heart disease and stroke. Hypertension risk factors include obesity, drinking too much alcohol, smoking, and family history. What is high blood pressure? High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is the most common cardiovascular disease. Blood pressure refers to the force of blood pushing against artery walls as it courses through the body. Like air in a tire or water in a...
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  • low blood pressure - 609 Words
    How Do I Know if I Have Low Blood Pressure? Low blood pressure is not always a sign of a problem. But if you have symptoms of low blood pressure, your doctor can diagnose the condition and uncover the cause. Symptoms of dizziness and lightheadedness when you stand up from sitting or lying down -- with a decrease in your blood pressure -- may indicate a condition called postural hypotension. A wide range of underlying conditions may also cause your symptoms. It's important to identify the cause...
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  • demonstration speech on blood pressure
    Ajee Wade February 12, 2015 Specific Purpose: To inform my audience of the steps in measuring blood pressure. General Purpose: Blood pressure is a vital sign that can be measured by utilizing three important steps. I. Watch Your Blood Pressure A. About 1 of 3 U.S. adults—or 67 million people—have high blood pressure. Only about half (47%) of these people have their high blood pressure under control. This common condition increases the risk for heart disease and stroke, 2 of the leading causes...
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  • Analysis of Blood Pressure - 700 Words
    Analysis of Orthostatic Vital Signs The purpose of this assignment was to measure, document and analyse six recordings of orthostatic blood pressure, orthostatic pulse and respiratory rate on my lab partner. Orthostatic Hypotension is a condition when there is a drop in systolic pressure of more than 20 mm Hg, or orthostatic pulse increases of 20 bpm or more which occurs due to a quick change to a standing position (Jarvis, pp. 163). Six recordings were taken over a certain period of time to...
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  • High Blood Pressure - 369 Words
    HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE The definition of High blood pressure is a measurement of the force applied against the walls of the arteries as the heart pumps blood through the body. The pressure is determined by the force and amount of blood pumped and the size and flexibility of the arteries. The blood pressure is continually changing depending on activity, temperature, diet, emotional state, posture, physical state, and drugs. The blood pressure is ussually taken while the...
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  • sex and high blood pressure
    Sex and High Blood Pressure Many people do not know that high blood pressure can impact one’s sex life. According to this article, it is stated that 78 million of Americans have high blood pressure (hypertension), also known as the “silent killer.” It can affect both men and women's sex life. High blood pressure can cause erection problems in men by slowing down the supply of blood to the penis. Many medications that is good for a person's heart is also hard on their sex life by actually...
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  • Determinants of High Blood Pressure
    Indicators and Determinants of High Blood Pressure (Rough Draft) Carla Woodall Grand Canyon-HCA-515-0101 April 29, 2013 Introduction This paper implements the indicators and determinants of high blood pressure in men. Many studies have measure the effect of Hypertension among men of different ethnical and socio-economic backgrounds. Socioeconomic is one major determinant which influences high blood pressure in men. High blood pressure is a major illness in the human population,...
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  • Blood Pressure Lab Report
    DESIGN Background Information According to the Harvard Medical School Family Health Guide, normal blood pressure is a systolic pressure of less than 120 and a diastolic pressure of less than 80 (livestrong.com). Systolic pressure is defined as the highest arterial blood pressure reached during any given ventricular cycle (Dictionary.com). Diastolic pressure is defined as the lowest arterial blood pressure reached during any given ventricular cycle (Dictionary.com). The standard way to...
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  • Hypertension: Normal Blood Pressure
    Human Anatomy and Physiology I AP2530 Explaining Hypertension to a 63yr old man Hypertension is a chronic or persistent medical condition also known as high blood pressure. This condition causes the arteries to consistently elevate blood pressure. When high blood pressure is normal, the blood flows through smoothly because the artery wall is smooth. However, when an individual is diagnosed with high blood pressure, the blood flows through the...
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  • Taking Blood Pressure - 801 Words
    Taking Blood Pressure How does someone know if they are healthy or not? Do they check their temperature, consistently check their weight, or do they calculate their body mass index? These are a few ways to keep track of one’s health. Another important way someone can ensure a healthy lifestyle is to check their blood pressure. The process of checking someone’s blood pressure can be confusing, but it can determine whether or not they are at risk for health problems and if they need to keep...
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  • Core Skill: Blood Pressure
    “Select one clinical skill in which you are developing competence in and reflect upon how you have achieved the necessary level of competence for this stage of the programme” For the purpose of this essay the author has chosen to discuss blood pressure. The author has selected non-invasive blood pressure monitoring. An explanation will be provided to identify the rationale for selecting this technical skill and how the author has demonstrated knowledge base in relation to developing...
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  • Blood Pressure Experimental Design
    Blood Pressure Experimental Design By All First Period PBS 1.​ ​ Problem o ​ ​ Does blood pressure change when you are active? 2.​ ​ Hypothesis o ​ ​ Blood pressure will increase when physical activity increases. o ​ ​ independent variable is the the stressor or physical activity and the dependant variable is the blood pressure measurement. 3.​ ​ Materials o ​ ​ Sphygmomanometer o ​ ​ Lab Journal o ​ ​ Computer o ​ Pencil ​ o​ Paper 4.​ ​ Steps 1....
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  • High and Low Blood Pressure
    High or Low Blood Pressure? Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to compare blood pressure as related to gender and athletic status. Hypothesis: I predict that males have a higher blood pressure than women and athletes have a higher blood pressure than non athletes Background Info: Blood pressure is the amount of force that blood pushes against the inside walls of blood vessels as it passes through. This...
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  • Reflection on Taking Blood Pressure
    A REFLECTIVE ACCOUNT OF A LEARNT SIMULATED SKILL BLOOD PRESSURE. The aim of this essay is to reflect and discuss my knowledge acquired in a simulated learning skill experience which forms part of my training as a student nurse in accordance with the Nurses and Midwifery Council (NMC 2010). (Marieb and Hoehn, 2010, p 703) defined Blood Pressure (BP) as ‘the force per unit area exerted on a vessel wall by the contained blood, and is expressed in millimetres of mercury (mm Hg)’. BP is still...
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  • Hypertension: Blood Pressure Check
    Hypertension Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure can be considered as an elevated pressure of the blood and arteries. Hypertension results from two major factors independent or combined which is the heart pumping blood with excessive force and/or the body's smaller blood vessels (known as the arterioles) narrow, so that blood flow exerts more pressure against the vessels' walls. When defining Hypertension, it is essential to know how blood pressure is measured and the numeric...
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  • Lab Report: Blood Pressure
     Variables Affecting Human Arterial Pressure and Pulse Rate BIOL-204 Introduction: The woozy feeling when standing up too quickly. After going for a run, feeling as if one more beat and the heart would project itself out of the chest. Or quite the opposite and being in a very relaxed state. These are all changes one experiences at some time or another. What causes the different feelings and how each variable affects pulse rate and blood pressure...
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  • Blood Pressure and Equipment - 25023 Words
    Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum Technology and Livelihood Education Learning Module CAREGIVING EXPLORATORY COURSE Grades 7 and Grade 8 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page What Is This Module About ? .................................................................................................. 2 How Do You Use This Module ............................................................................................... 3 LESSON 1 – Use...
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  • blood pressure lab report
    REVIEW TEST SUBMISSION: QUIZ WEEKS 5-7 CONTENT User MR HALIL KARA Course SP2704 Applied Sport and Exercise Physiology (A 2014/5 YEAR) Test Quiz Weeks 5-7 Started 10/11/14 20:39 Submitted 10/11/14 20:57 Status Completed Attempt Score 100 out of 200 points Time Elapsed 18 minutes out of 20 minutes Instructions Select the best answer from the choices available. QUESTION 1 0 out of 10 points When transitioning from a state of rest to moderate intensity...
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  • Blood Pressure and Obesity - 1848 Words
    Physical activity is a crucial ingredient to children and adolescents leading a healthy life. Not only does physical activity help improve overall health and well-being, but physical activity can also help prevent future disease and health risks. (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 2008). When children and adolescents are physically active at a younger age it helps to improve overall health and tends to then lead to a healthier lifestyle in the long run. (U.S. Department of Health and...
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  • Blood Pressure and the Heart - 897 Words
    Abstract: In this report you will learn of how my group and I performed our lab on blood pressure and what the results mean. We found the blood pressure before and after sixty seconds of jogging in place to see the effects. We found that after the physical activity the subject’s blood pressure was higher. From this we take away that physical activity does have a significant effect on the heart and blood pressure. Background: Blood pressure is the measured force applied to the artery walls...
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  • The Effect of Exercise on Blood Pressure
    The Effect of Exercise on Blood Pressure Katie Law-Balding June 28, 2010 Abstract The purpose of this experiment was to see what effect 30 seconds of physical activity would have on a subject’s blood pressure. In this case, physical activity is defined as stair running at a moderate pace for 30 seconds. Standing blood pressure was measured before and after physical activity for comparison purposes. Three trials were completed and initial blood pressure was 94/75 mmHg, 125/92 mmHg, and...
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  • blood pressure lab report
     Blood Pressure and Pulse Determination National University Bio 202 Human Anatomy & Physiology 2 Lab Report Activity 33A Dr. Alpa Gautam March 6, 2012 Abstract The purpose of the paper is to inform and conduct a laboratory report on human blood pressure and pulse determination. Systolic (contraction) and diastolic (relaxation) pressures refer to the ventricular contraction and relaxation. With knowing the two pressures, one can distinguish if...
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  • Hypertension: Blood Pressure Measurements
    Hypertension 1 Hypertension Timothy L. McNeill Richmond Community College Hypertension 2 Abstract Hypertension is a chronic medical condition in which the blood pressure in the arteries is elevated. Blood pressure is summarized in by two measurements, systolic and diastolic, which depend on whether the heart is muscle is contracting (systole) or relaxed between beats (diastole). Normal blood pressure at rest is within the range of...
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  • High Blood Pressure - 467 Words
    #3 #3 Reason for admission: High blood pressure STUDENT: Jeannette Sutton PATIENT INITIALS: HPT ROOM #_____ Nursing Diagnosis: Risk for imbalanced fluid volume r/t decreased sodium level AEB patient taking hydrochlorothiazide. Supporting data: Thiazide drugs promote excretion of Na, CL, K and water. First time pt will be taking this drug. STG: Pt will maintain sodium levels of 135-145 by 1700hrs after taking initial dose this morning. Interventions: 1. Administer...
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  • Hypertension and Blood Pressure - 281 Words
    Nursing Diagnosis, Interventions and Goal Assignment Sheet Select a major medical diagnosis for your patient. Pick two nursing diagnoses and write four (4) pertinent interventions and rationales for each diagnosis. Be sure your interventions are applicable to your assigned patient. Cite your sources in APA format. Print two copies of this page so you can develop two nursing diagnoses. Patient’s Medical Diagnosis: Hypertension Nursing Diagnosis: Deficient...
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  • Hypertension: Blood Pressure and Essential Oil
    THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Background of the Study As of 2001, the Philippines had a total of 41,380 cases of hypertension-related deaths without heart involvement at a rate of 56.6/100,000 populations, while the number of hypertension-related deaths due to heart involvement was 55,830 at a rate of 76.3/100,000 populations. (Health Intelligence Service {DOH}, 2001). Based on these figures, the number of deaths may steadily increase and pharmacological treatment would no longer be...
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  • How Caffiene Affects Blood Pressure
    Research Caffeine is a bitter white crystalline alkaloid. Its chemical formula is CaH10N4O2. Caffeine also affects the human body. It is widely consumed by people of all ages. In the last period a market of caffeine-containing products, particularly energy drinks and food supplements increased. Caffeine for years is under discussion, whether it has positive adverse impact on health. Children are a group of special anxieties. Caffeine is a stimulant of central nervous system...
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  • Blood Pressure and Term Paper Examples
    Explaining Hypertension and Diabetes Essay Below is a free essay on "Explaining Hypertension and Diabetes" from Anti Essays, your source for free research papers, essays, and term paper examples. Explaining hypertension to a 63 year old man who completed 8th grade education and has just being diagnosed with hypertension. - Hypertension or high blood pressure occurs when the force of your blood against the arteries in your body becomes too high. When your blood pressure is too high, your...
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  • The Effects of Cold on Blood Pressure and Pulse
    THE EFFECTS OF COLD ON BLOOD PRESSURE AND PULSE Abstract The ability known as thermoregulation is a feature of an organism that help to keep the body temperature within certain thresholds, thus independently from external conditions. A dynamic state of thermal balance of human body between its internal environment and the territory is a model example of precise control of organism heat. In the case where such stability would be disturbed the immediate response would appear as well. In...
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  • Blood Pressure and Word Document Submission
    1. For each of the following (a through d), indicate which is a variable and which is a constant: a. The number of minutes in an hour. Constant b. Patients’ systolic blood pressure Variable c. Pi (π) – e.g., for finding the circumference of a circle Constant d. College students’ level of depression Variable 2. For each of the following research questions, identify the independent variable and the dependent variable within each case (a through e): Does a person’s age affect...
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  • The Cardiovascular System: Blood Pressure Regulation
    The Cardiovascular System: Blood Pressure Regulation 1. a. Short term mechanisms for regulating blood pressure include regulating what three things? 1. Vessel diameter 2. Contractibility 3. Heart Rate b. Long term mechanisms will regulate ____blood volume_______. 2. Two major arterial baroreceptors are located where? a. Carotid Sinus b. Aortic Arch 3. Using up and down arrows, show the effect of increased blood pressure (BP) on the impulses sent to the brain, the effect on the...
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  • Proper Steps to Take Blood Pressure
    How to Properly Take Blood Pressure Step 1 - Choose the right equipment: What you will need: 1. A quality stethoscope 2. An appropriately sized blood pressure cuff 3. A blood pressure measurement instrument such as an aneroid or mercury column sphygmomanometer or an automated device with a manual inflate mode. Step 2 - Prepare the patient: Make sure the patient is relaxed by allowing 5 minutes to relax before the first reading. The patient should sit upright with their upper arm...
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  • High Blood Pressure and How It Affects Family Members
    High Blood Pressure and How it affects Family Members INTRODUCTION High Blood Pressure occurs when there is high pressure in the arteries and the blood vessels are narrow or stiff, which makes the heart pumps harder to get blood through the rest of the body. High Blood Pressure is a health issue that many people today are forced to live with. It is a condition that is increasing more and more each day. There is approximately about 1 in every 3 adults in the United States, which has been...
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  • Nu310 the Effects of Crossed Leg on Blood Pressure Measurement
    Design and Sampling Methodologies Patricia Turner Kaplan University July16, 2013 Critiquing Design and Sampling Methodologies Identification of design Quantitative: Foster-Fitzpatrick and colleagues used a comparative-experimental method design that involved a non-probability sampling of 100 hypertensive males to determine if crossing the leg at the knee during blood pressure measurement has an effect on the patient’s blood pressure reading? In this experimental research the...
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  • Relationship between Coffee Consumption, and Respiration Rate and Blood Pressure
    In order to determine the relationship between coffee consumption and two types of vital signs, respiration rate and blood pressure, my group (Group 4) designed a lab that measured the respiration rate and blood pressure of two participants, once after consuming water and then again after consuming coffee. After testing two participants blood pressure and respiration rate, it was found that the vital signs of the participants remained the same after consuming water but decreased slightly after...
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  • 7 Medicinal Herbs and Spices That Help Lower Blood Pressure
    In a published study featured in the Journal of Medicine, it was revealed that common spices can protect from heart disease and the deterioration brought about by aging. In the said study, researchers discovered a connection between the phenol content of certain herbs and spices and their capacity to prevent glycation and formation of AGE compounds that are responsible for premature aging and heart disease. As a way to manage your blood pressure, herbs and spices are a fantastic way to...
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  • High Blood Pressure Can Be Controlled Through Healthy Eating
    As blood flows through the body, it exerts stress on blood vessel walls; creating an effect known as blood pressure. Blood pressure is measured by “the force in the arteries when the heart beats (systolic pressure) and when the heart is at rest (diastolic pressure)” (American Heart Association [AHA], 2008, para. 1). An average healthy adult’s blood pressure has a measurement of 120 over 80 or less (AHA, 2008, para. 3). “High blood pressure (also called hypertension) occurs when your blood moves...
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  • Determining the Effect of Arousal on the Heart Rate and Blood Pressure of Adolescent Males
    Determining the Effect of Arousal on the Heart Rate and Blood Pressure of Adolescent Males Wyatt Griffith and Michaela Rodriguez Wood River High School Hailey, ID 83333 ABSTRACT When male adolescents were unknowingly placed in an isolated environment with an attractive woman, there wasn’t enough viable data to determine whether or not their blood pressure increased. Based on our limited and unreliable data there is no significant increase in the heart rate or blood pressure of male...
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  • A&P Lab Report on Blood Pressure & Pulse during exercise
    Topic: Human Cardiovascular Physiology- Blood Pressure and Pulse Rate Determination. Hypothesis: Exercise can raise the blood pressure and the pulse rate. Aim: To determine the effect of exercise on the blood pressure and the pulse rates of students in the class. Introduction: The blood pressure of a person is the force exerted by the blood on the walls of the arteries per unit area. The blood pressure unit is mmHg. The blood pressure of an individual is expressed in two ways, the systolic...
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  • Effect of Peperomia Pellucida on Blood Pressure Among Pre-Hypertensive Individuals
    For years, hypertension has been one of the reason of mortality in the Philippines. Despite the efforts of the government in lowering cases of hypertension in the country, it continued to rise. Black, et al (2009), simply stated, arterial hypertension is high blood pressure. It is defined as a persistent elevation of the systolic blood pressure (SBP) at a level of 140 mm Hg or higher and a diastolic blood pressure (DBP) at a level of 90mmhg or lower. According to Kozier (2008), normal systolic...
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  • Affects of Physical Activity on the Heart Rate And Blood Pressure Lab
    Meghan Lynde Jacqueline Ridgeway Hanh Tran Jose Chasity Miller Bio201-CE51 10/28/2014 T/5:30 Affects of Physical Activity on the Heart Rate And Blood Pressure Purpose: The lab prepared will teach you how to measure blood pressure. Learn where systolic and diastolic pressure begins. Next observe venous return, heart rate, and blood pressure in three different scenarios including: normal range, resting rate, and increased exercise. Research: In the circulatory system lab, students observed...
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  • Accurately Measuring Blood Pressure: Factors That Contribute to False Measurements
    Running head: Accurately Measuring Blood Pressure: Factors that Contribute to False Measurements Accurately Measuring Blood Pressure: Factors that Contribute to False Measurements Barbara U. Tomlinson Accurately Measuring Blood Pressure: Factors that Contribute to False Measurements Abstract Blood pressure measurement is one of the five assessments that are essential in determining the patient’s status. Therefore, it is important to accurately measure the blood pressure...
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  • How to Find Vital Signs: Pulse, Temperature, and Blood Pressure
    Anna Marie Marie 1 Mrs. Hartzog Advanced Placement English III 7 April 2014 How to Find Vital Signs: Pulse, Temperature, and Blood Pressure Typically vital signs are taken during the admission into a hospital or emergency care center, or even during a checkup. These are important in determining the wellbeing of a patient because they display in numbers how one is feeling or reacting to certain medications and treatments. There are “norms” or normal numbers and when a...
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  • Blood essay - 1716 Words
    Word Count: 1499 In this assignment I have chosen to discuss manual blood pressure a clinical skill, I performed whilst on placement as part of a community mental health team. I have chosen this skill as I was nervous about performing it in practice and could reflect on my experience. The aim of this essay is to reflect and discuss learning achieved and my application of the clinical skill in practice. The NMC require that as a nurse “you must have the knowledge and skills for safe and...
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  • Pulse Pressure Introduction - 804 Words
    This experiment involves measuring and identifying the change in blood pressure. In this experiment, measurements of systolic arterial pressure, diastole arteriole pressure, and pulse rate were recorded and observed. The effects of changes in the body were observed and measured during body positioning, exercise, and cognitive stress. The purpose of this lab experiment was to test multiple variables that can have an effect on blood pressure and pulse. As stated, the following variables that were...
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  • Blood and Introduction Shock - 2389 Words
    1) Introduction Shock is a syndrome, in which oxygen supply to various tissues and organs of the body are interrupted.1 It represents the final common pathway, of a variety of potentially lethal diseases and conditions.2,3 It is a medical emergency, involving acute tissue hypoperfusion and cellular destruction, and will ultimately lead to organ failure and death, if left untreated.2,3 Despite a huge amount of research into understanding the syndrome, it remains a very common clinical...
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  • Myocarditis: Blood and Case Study
    The Philippine Women’s University School of Nursing Myocarditis A Case Study Presented to Dr. Marieta Fabros Of The Department of Nursing Presented by: NG2-02 Group A Barbosa, Pearl P. Coloma, Marjorie Grace Cirujales, Lenie P. David, Ma. Katrina Gabrielle B. Espejo, Brian Frank O. Fermo, Alexandra Y. Table of Contents I. Introduction 3 a. Prologue b. Definition of Myocarditis II. Objectives 4 c. General Objectives...
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