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The nurse asks you to obtain a complete set of vital signs for one of the persons to whom you are assigned. The measurements are as follows: temperature 101.5 F, heart rate 104 beats/min, respiratory rate 22 breaths/min, and blood pressure 90/60 mm Hg. Which of these vital signs are of concern? What subjective data could be stated? What is your first action after collecting these vital signs?
 
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All of these vital sign measurements are abnormal. Ask the person about pain or any other unusual feelings. Report the vital signs and any other abnormal subjective data (e.g., feeling of dizziness or sweatiness) to the nurse immediately.
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