tympanic temperature and recording his respirations

Your patient is a 45-year-old male with a height of 58 and a weight of 332 lb. He seems nea? while you are taking his tympa
Your patient is a 45-year-old male with a height of 5’8″ and a weight of 332 lb. He seems nea? while you are taking his tympanic temperature and recording his respirations. You have to finding the radial pulse because of the fatty deposits on his arms, but you are finally able to get a reading. When you try to wrap the regular blood pressure cuff around his arm, however, doesn’t reach all the way around. The patient is very embarrassed and starts stammering about how he knows he needs to lose weight. How will you handle this situation?