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Where are the distal pulses located on a human body?

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two of the commonly used for checking the distal pulses are found on the anterior portion of the foot (dorsalis pedis) and behind the ankle (posterior tibial). K.B.
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Name four locations in the body where the pulse can be felt?

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Where are the five major pulse points located in the human body?

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Where on the human body can pulses be found?

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What is the number of pulse points in the human body?

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