When taking a person's blood pressure, you should inflate the bladder to an initial
pressure that is at least _____ mm Hg but not more than _____ mm Hg.
You are having some problems determining a patient's blood pressure using his
popliteal artery. You should not keep an inflated bladder around the patient's
thigh for more than _____ minute(s).
If you cannot use a stethoscope, you can still take a patient's blood pressure by
Practice taking a person's blood pressure. You should have an experienced
person observe you while you determine the "patient's" systolic and diastolic
pressure. Then have the experienced person take the person's blood pressure.
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