The Vital signs and their inter-relation: body temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure

United States, 1945

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A study of the physiology of the respiratory, heat regulatory, and circulatory systems, and their inter-relation in normal functioning, as well as in deviations from the normal. How to ascertain and record the vital signs, the importance of making thorough and accurate observations, and how to take care of the apparatus necessary for these observations, is demonstrated.
Designed for use in the instruction of professional nurses.

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