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If you're checking your own pulse, you can check either wrist, where you might see the throbbing of the pulse, or either side of your neck, using the minute hand of your watch, for a minute. IF you are checking someone else's pulse, the same principles apply as use above. Just be careful not to use your thumb to check wrist pulses or you might actually be counting your own.
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By applying two of your fingers to your neck or wrist (where the major veins are) and pressing lightly. You should then be able to tell how many times you feel a slight "tap' …per. min.
tools u can use are a noid light....or an injector pulser TOOL
You can check your pulse by putting two fingers on your wrist, or putting two fingers on the side of your neck. Either place works for checking your pulse. but i would try the… neck first.
To see how many times your heart beats in a minute.
You can check for you pulse by getting your two fingers an placing them on your neck until you feel a beat
For infants you can check the pulse by using the apical pulse, or heart beat with a stethascope, or using your index and middle finger to feel for a brachial pulse on the uppe…r inside area of the arms.
put two fingers a little bit below the lower right portion of the chin
Use your pointer and middle finger to check pulse and do mouth to mouth as usual. Use the 'Brachial' pulse instead of the carotid, rather not stick your fingers into baby's ne…ck.
If you are refering to checking for a pulse during CPR, you check it at the carotid artery, by placing your fingers just below the jaw line in the neck. If you are refering t…o simply checking a pulse on a routine basis, such as in a hospital setting, it is checked at the radial artery, by placing two fingers on the inside of the wrist, on the thumb side.
on upper aspect of the arm (brachial pulse)
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Put your pointer and middle finger on the inside of the leg. That is where you can FIND the pulse.
Under the jaw, just on the back side of the large round bone. You place your thumb on the front of the jaw and your other fingers behind the jaw and feel for the pulse in …the mandibular artery.
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You would do this the same way you would go about it for an adult, just more delicate. 1) Place 2 fingers on the inside of the wrist, right below the base of their hand. or 2)… Place 2 fingers just below the ear in the crevasse of their jaw line. Hope this helps :)