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Word Search
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This word search contains the following answers:

stethoscope
radial
apical
respirations
transfusion
bedpan
colostomy
enema
intravenous
communication
three checks
eleven rights
oral
intramuscular
subcutaneous
diastolic
systolic
catheter

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Vital Signs Word Search

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Word Search
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This word search contains the following answers:

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

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vital signs Crossword

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Crossword
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This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

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

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Vital Signs Word Scramble

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Word Scramble
Description

this word scramble contains the following answers:

apical pulse
vital signs
orthostatic hypotension
orthopnea
brachial pulse
expiration
systolic
eupnea
cheyne-stokes respiration
hypothermia
thermometer
sphygmomanometer
tachypnea
radial pulse
bradycardia
diastolic
hypertension
inspiration
tachycardia
prehypertension
stethoscope
respiration
apnea
dyspnea
hypotension

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Vital signs Word Search

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This word search contains the following answers:

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

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Vital Signs Word Scramble

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Word Scramble
Description

this word scramble contains the following answers:

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

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VITAL SIGNS Word Search

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Word Search
Description

This word search contains the following answers:

WATCH
PROBE COVER
THERMOMETER
APICAL
BLOOD PRESSURE
DIASTOLIC
ORAL
PATIENT
RADIAL
RECTAL
Sphygmomanometer
STETHOSCOPE
SYSTOLIC
TYMPANIC

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Vital Signs Word Search

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Word Search
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This word search contains the following answers:

Afebrile
Apical
Apnea
Axillary
Blood Pressure
Cartoid
Diastole
Exhale
Febrile
Inhale
Oral
Pulse
Radial
Respiration Rate
Sphygmomanometer
Stethoscope
Systole
Tempreture
Thermometer
Vital Signs

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BLOOD PRESSURE & EXERCISE Word Search

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Word Search
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This word search contains the following answers:

STROKE
DRINK WATER
RELAXATION
STRESS
OVERWEIGHT
PORTION SIZE
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
DIABETES
KIDNEY FAILURE
HEART DISEASE
VEGETABLES
FRUITS
CHECK MY BLOOD PRESSURE
TAKE MY MEDICATION
EXERCISE
HEALTHY DIET
HYPOTENSION
HYPERTENSION
DIASTOLIC
SYSTOLIC

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Veterinary Abbreviations Crossword

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Crossword
Description

This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

IM is a route of injection. What type is it? intramuscular
To give or administer medication twice a day. BID
There are 2.2kgs per pound. What is a kg? kilogram
What is the abbreviation for a subcutaneous injection that goes under the skin? SQ
Rx is an abbreviation for? prescription
Medication can be given PO. How are theses administered? orally
IV medications are usually given through a catheter. What is this route of administration called? intravenous
Scooby gets his oral medications SID. How many times a day does the vet tech give Scooby his meds? once
Four times a day treatments. QID
OTC medications can be purchased at a store or a pharmacy with out a prescription. What does OTC mean? overthecounter
1ml is the same as 1cc. Both are units of measurement. What is an ml? milliliter
Surgical patients are given instructions of "Non Per OS" or NPO. What does this mean? Nothingbymouth
OU medications are given in __________. Botheyes
You are given instructions to clean AU. What are you cleaning? bothears
A "cc" is the same as an "ml". What is a cc? cubiccentimeter
An annual PE is recommended on all pets to keep them healthy. What does PE mean? physicalexam
Temperature, Pulse, and Respiration. tpr
Tx is an abbreviation for? treatment
Some injections are given ID. What kind of injection is this? intradermal
Oz is a unit of measurement and not a wizzard. ounce

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The Cardiovascular System Word Search

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Word Search
Description

This word search contains the following answers:

ventricle
vein
valve
tricuspid
systole
septum
pump
pulse
platelet
pericardium
oxygen
myocardium
muscle
mitral
hemoglobin
heart
endocardium
diastole
coronary
contraction
conduction
cardiac
capillary
atrium
artery
aorta

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