Learn about human behavior
Help evaluate improvement of patient condition
Implement planned interventions
Identify nursing diagnosis
Infection is often afebrile
Heart sounds are muffled
Skin is more fragile
Decreased heart rate at rest
Libido is normally heightened
Anterior sublingual cavity
Lateral sublingual density
Superior lingual mucosity
Posterior sublingual pocket
Blue and red are both for oral
Blue is for rectal and red is for oral
Blue is for oral and red is for rectal
Blue and red are both for rectal
Signs and symptoms of a disease.
An indication of basic body functioning.
A part of human composition
Physiology and anatomy
Height and weight
Body mass index
Increased vessel flexibility
Decreased vessel elasticity
Enlarged vessel dexterity
Diminished vessel porosity
Fever is a sign of illness.
It is the same as pyrexia or hyperthermia.
It is reflected through an increase of body temperature.
It does not do anything to defend the body.
4 pm to 6 pm
4 am to 6 am
8 pm to 12 midnight
1 am to 4 am
Monitor patient's temperature at least every 4 hours or PRN
Discourages a patient from drinking fluids to avoid excessive activity
Cover patient with more blankets, close room doors or windows
Further assess for possible site of localized infection
A plastic probe covers the tip of the thermometer
The patient has been outdoor for more than 30 minutes
The pinna is pulled backwards and up
The lens and the probe of the device are clean and intact
Perpendicular to the head
Pulling pinna upward
Pulling pinna downward