5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Electrophysiologic Study (EPS)
- Electroneurography (nerve conduction study)
- Invasive Procedure
- a The visualization of the interior of organs and cavities of the body with an endoscope. Biopsies may be obtained during an endoscopy.
- b brain stem auditory evoked response
- c A diagnostic or therapeutic technique that requires entry of a body cavity or interruption of normal body functions
- d Similar to an EMG, except that it evaluates the integrity of the peripheral nerves. This test often is performed with EMG
- e A method of studying evoked potentials within the heart
5 Multiple choice questions
- deep vein thrombosis
- A graphic recording of the electrical activity of the brain
- A technique used to "see" actual heart structures and their motions
- A procedure used to assess the heart's function and structures. A probe with a transducer on the end is inserted down the throat.
- A test performed to evaluate the function of cranial nerve VIII. It also can indicate disease in the temporal portion of the cerebrum.
5 True/False questions
Noninvasive Procedure → A diagnostic or therapeutic technique that requires entry of a body cavity or interruption of normal body functions
Narcolepsy → A chronic ailment that consists of recurrent attacks of drowsiness and sleep during the daytime
Color Doppler → A portable device that records the heart's electrical activity and produces a continuous EKG tracing over a specified period
Arterial Blood Gases (ABG) → A diagnostic study to measure arterial blood gases (oxygen and carbon dioxide) to attain information needed to assess and manage a patient's respiratory status
Arterial Line (art line) → A catheter placed in an artery that continuously measures the patient's blood pressure