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Because a patient is hemorrhaging, the nurse realizes that stroke volume is diminished. What effect would the nurse expect as the patient's body attempts to compensate for this change? (Select all that apply.)
1. Respirations will increase.
2. Temperature will increase.
3. Heart rate will increase.
4. Blood pressure will increase.
5. The skin will flush.
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The answer is 1, 3
Rationales:
1. Respirations will increase as the body attempts to increase oxygen in the remaining blood.
2. The temperature will generally remain the same or decrease.
3. The heart rate will increase as the body attempts to move oxygen more rapidly to the tissues.
4. The blood pressure is related to stroke volume. It will likely decrease.
5. The skin is more likely to be cool or clammy. Flushing requires blood flow.
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