6th Grade Procedures
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Vital Signs
Vital signs 2
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100

Where you phones should go

The phone pocket

100

Which ocean is off the Californian coast?

Pacific

100

What are the four vital signs

Pulse, temperature, respiratory rate and blood pressure

100

How many numbers is blood pressure

2

100

How many bones are in the human foot

26

200

Who do you line up with now after lunch/recess

3rd Period Teacher! 

200

why do things fall when you drop them?

gravity

200

Pulse is

How many times your heart beats in a minute

200

What are the two names of blood pressure numbers

systolic and diastolic 

200

What are the 4 types of blood

A, B, AB, O

300

When are two times you can take off your mask

eating, drinking, outside at recess

300

How far away can you hear a blue whales heart beat

2 miles

300

respiratory rate is

how many breaths you take in a minute

300

Systolic is the pressure of your blood in your arteries when your heart is

Contracted, squeezing, flexing, beating

300

Which of the digestive organ absorbs the nutrients of food and passes them into the bloodstream

small intestine

400

What can't you do the first 10 minutes and last 10 minutes of class

get a pass to the bathroom or water

400

On a farm, what is a kid?

baby goat

400

What is temperature

The temperature of your internal body

400

diastolic is the pressure of blood in your arteries when your heart is

relaxed, resting

400

It weighs around 3 pounds (1.5 kg) in the adult, although makes up just 2% of the body's weight, it uses around 20% of its energy. What is this?

the brain

500

Where can you put your skateboards and scooters in the morning?

In Mr. Hendrickson's office 

500

What is the largest continent? 

Asia

500

What is blood pressure

The pressure of blood in your arteries when your heart is contracting and resting

500

The name of the two arteries I told you to take your pulse at

Carotid and radial 

500

How much blood does your heart pump in a day in gallons

2,000 gallons

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