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How do you palpate cardiac rate in infants?

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normal pulse rate or cardiac rate for infants is 120-160 beats per minute


Cardiac output = heart rate X stroke volume Thus, if the heart rate decreases so will the cardiac output, assuming the stroke volume is constant.


I could not palpate the patient's radial pulse.When doctors examine the abdomen, they palpate the organs and structures for any abnormalities.To palpate means to use your hands to examine a patient's body.


If no other variable changes, except for increase in heart rate, then cardiac output will increase.



You can feel the carotid pulse readily. Never palpate the two carotids simultaneously, specially when group of students are doing the job. You may kill the patient. Then you can palpate the superficial temporal artery. You can palpate the facial artery at mandible. You can palpate the brachial artery in front of elbow joint. You can palpate the ulnar artery in addition to radial artery. You can palpate the abdominal aorta in lean patient. You can palpate the femoral artery at inguinal ligament. You can palpate the popliteal artery behind the knee joint. You can palpate the posterior tibial artery. You can palpate the dorsalis pedis at dorsum of your foot.


Frequently, there are other congenital cardiac complications present. Infants with Turner syndrome have a 45% rate of also having coarctation. There is evidence that some cases of coarctation may be inherited.


For infants and children, the rate of compressions is 100 per minute. Depth of compressions: Children - 1 to 1 1/2 inches. Infants - 1/2 to 1 inch.


The average pulse rate of adults is between 60 to 100 beats/min while that of the infants is 90 to 120 beats/min.


Drugs can be used to treat the hypertension and heart failure. Surgery is recommended for infants with other, associated cardiac defects and for those infants not responding to drug therapy


the bladder for distention, what else would you need to palpate.



The cardiac output can be decreased by decreasing the force of contraction of the ventricular myocardium and decreasing the heart rate.


What is a cardiac cycle? Cardiac cycle is the term referring to all of the events related to the flow of blood that occur from the beginning of one heartbeat to the beginning of the next. The frequency of the cardiac cycle is the heart rate.



if your heart rate is to high you can go into cardiac arrest or have a heart attack


Yes. CO = HR x SV CO - cardiac output HR - heart rate SV - stroke volume


he/she may be scared???????????


due to high metabolic activities



The infant mortality rate in the United States is 6 infants per 1000 live births.



A newborn's respiratory rate may range from 100 to 140 respirations per minute. RBB, MD 100 to 160 is the heart rate for infants, infant respiratory rate is 30 to 60 per min, i really hope that you are not actually a doctor MC EMT-P


Cardiac cyccle is the term referring to all of the events related to the flow of blood that occur from the beginning of one heartbeat to the beginning of the next. The frequency of the cardiac cycle is the heart rate.


The medical jargon for touch is palpate.To touch in medicine is to "palpate", but it is more than touch.



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