Type
Word Search
Description

apical pulse
artery
carotid
CPR
femoral
femoral artery
popliteal
radial
temporal artery
vein
wriat

Vital signs Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Afebrile
Blood
Objective
Subjective
Bradypnea
Tachypnea
Breath
Nurse
Doctor
Temporal
Hypertension
Scales
Patient
Exhalation
Inhalation
Pulse
Dorsalispedis
Systolic
Radial
Rectal
Oral
Tympanic
Apical
Popliteal
Brachial
Carotid
Blood pressure
Respirations
Fever
Temperature
Apnea
Dyspnea
Tachycardia
Bradycardia

vital signs Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

You must use a stehoscope to measure this pulse apical
absence of breathing apnea
pulse below 60 bradycardia
pulse located on side of the neck carotid
difficult breathing dyspnea
pulse located at top of foot dorsalispedis
pulse located behind the knee popliteal
breathing in inhalation
breathing out exhalation
top number of blood pressure systolic
bottom number of blood pressure diastolic
120/80 is a normal ______ bloodpressure
98.6 is the normal average __________________ temperature
You use this to listen to your heart stethoscope
Pulse located beside wrist radial
60-100 is normal average adult ___________ pulse

The Circulatory System Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

flow
pulse
beat
pump
cardiovascular
red blood cells
white blood cells
platelets
plasma
pressure
blood vessels
aorta
vena cava
jugular
carotid artery
mesenteric artery
hepatic vein
renal artery
pulmonary vein
heart
lungs
kidneys
liver
carbon dioxide
oxygen
heart attack
stroke
angina
pacemaker
myocardial infarction

circulatory system Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

EXTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY
Internal jugular vein
ANTERIOR AURICULAR ARTERY
SUPERFICIAL TEMPORAL ARTERY
radial artery
SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION
ANGULAR ARTERY
PULMONARY CIRCULATION
Arteries
INFRAORBITAL ARTERY
FACIAL ARTERY
popliteal artery
Anterior tibial artery
Arterioles
SUPRAORBITAL ARTERY
FRONTAL ARTERY
ulnar artery
PARIETAL ARTERY
Veins
INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY
TRANSVERSE FACIAL ARTERY
External jugular vein
cardiovascular
OCCIPITAL ARTERY
SUBMENTAL ARTERY
dorsalis pedis artery
Capillaries
Posterior tibial artery
BLOOD
Venules
SUPERIOR TEMPORAL ARTERY
COMMON CAROTID ARTERIES
POSTERIOR AURICULAR ARTERY
MIDDLE TEMPORAL ARTERY
aorta
Blood vessels

Vital Signs Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Apical
Antecubital
Assess
Auscultate
Blood Pressure
Brachial
Febrile
Palpate
Pulse
Radial
Respiration
Rhythm
Stethoscope
Tempeature
Tympanic
Vital Signs
Sphygmomanometer
Rectal
Popliteal
Systolic blood Pressure

CPR/AED Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Valves
Chambers
Atrium
Ventricle
Arteries
Veins
Aortic
Pulmonic
Tricuspid
Mitral
American Heart Association
Shock Advised
Pads
AED
Breaths
Heel of Hand
Heart Attack
Cardiac Arrest
Pulse
Hands Only
Call911
Staying Alive
Compression
CPR

Vital Signs Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

temperature taken under the arm axillary
High blood pressure hypertension
Types of blood vessel assessed when taking pulse artery
term used to describe a respiration rate of 26 tachypnea
The speciality nurse who administers meds prior to surgery, nurse ____ anesthetist
Nurses carry out orders written by physicians
The speciality nurse delivering babies during normal pregnancies Nursemidwife
LCHS student in health science can graduate with this certification (CNA) certifiednurseaide
pulse site located in the neck carotid
The radial artery is located on ________ side thumb
Measurement of breaths per minute respirations
Artery assessed when taking blood pressure brachial
The term for the heart contracting systole
diastole reflects this stage of the heart relaxation
pulse located on top of the foot dorsalispedis
Pulse site posterior knee popliteal
advanced nurse who can diagnosis and write Rx Practitioners

Human Pulses and Temp Sites Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

apical
temporal
tympanic
carotid
oral
axillary
brachial
pedal
femoral
popliteal
rectal
radial

Vital Signs Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Feeling for a pulse Palpation
Listening at a apical pulse with a stethescope Auscultation
Heatrate below 60 bradycardia
Heartrate more than 100 BPM tachycardia
The pressure of the blood pushing against the wall of the artery as the heart contracts. pulse
Pulse on your neck carotid
Pattern of a heart beat rhythm
Name of the pulse found in the groin femoral
This can increase your heart rate exercise
Difference between the apical and radial pulse rates. pulsedeficit
Never take a pulse with this. thumb
Process of taking in oxygen and expelling carbon dioxide respiration
A normal respiration should be this effortless
Difficult or labored breathing Dyspnea
Respiration with a high-pitched whistle Wheezing
The balance between the heat the body loses and the heat the body produces Temperature
A method of taking a temperature tympanic
Factors can lead to an increased temperature infection
Factor can lead to a decreased temperature sleep
Extended exposure to cold temperatures hypothermia

Vital Signs Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

vital signs
stethoscope
sphygmomanometer
hypertension
apical
systolic
diastolic
blood pressure
wheezing
apnea
dyspnea
respirations
brachial
radial
tachycardia
pulse
hypothermic
pyrexic
tympanic
thermometer
temperature