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Patient Assessment and Vital Signs
Nursing History and the Interview
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abdominal abuse acidosis acute administration airway alcohol aminophylline arterial blood assessment auscultation barbiturates bladder bleeding blood pressure body breath burn cardiac output catheter cause chest child clinical coma cyanosis damage death decreased defibrillation Describe diagnosis diazepam disaster disease doses droperidol drugs dyspnea edema effective emergency department Emergency Nursing endotracheal endotracheal tube epinephrine evaluation examination Explain factors films fluid Foley catheter fracture frequently function given guidelines heart hospital hypovolemia Identify immediate increased indicated infection initial intervention intubation involved kidney lidocaine Lippincott lungs metabolic monitoring muscle myocardial myocardial infarction normal obstruction occur oxygen pain patient penicillin personnel physician present problems procedure pulmonary pulmonary edema pulse renal require respiration respiratory response result shock skin sounds splints sterile suction suture symptoms tachycardia temperature tion tissue trauma treatment triage tube urethra urinary urine usually venous ventilation ventricular vital signs wound x-ray