Top Vital Signs Quizzes & Trivia

Do you know what vital signs are? If you are hoping to work in the medical field then this is one area that you need to know and understand! Vital signs are measures of physiological statistics such as a person’s pulse rate, body temperature, blood pressure, and respiratory rate. In case you need a refresher course on vital signs then get cracking and take our Vital Sign quizzes now! Don’t forget your stethoscope!

Get ready to answer all kinds of question on vital signs such as, “What is a sphygmomanometer?”, “What is the difference between radial, pedal, and femoral pulses?” and, “What is the diastolic and systolic blood pressure refer to in a blood pressure reading?” You will be able to review your skills and ace any tests on vital signs. Take our Vital Sign quizzes; enjoy!

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  • Which of the below are examples of vital signs?

  • Which are also examples of vital signs?

  • What does AVPU stand for?

  • Restlessness and dusky or cyanotic skin that is cool to the touch, dizziness, mental confusion, and mottled extremities are all signs and symptoms of hypertension
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  • Which of the following values for vital signs would the nurse address first
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  • The nurse decides to take an apical pulse instead of a radial pulse because the client has orthostatichypotention.
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  • The most appropriate definition of Vital Signs
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  • A proper assessment of vital signs will allow a nurse to : (select all that apply)
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  • An adult blood pressure reading of 120/80 mm Hg is:
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  • What instruments are used to measure temperature?

  • A blood pressure that rises 25mm Hg in systolic and 10mm Hg in diastolic when a patient goes from sitting to standing or lying to sitting is called:

  • Pulse deficit is when: