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Socrative Radiation & Iv therapy
Terms in this set (41)
View internal organs directly on a display screen is known as
Instructions that should be relayed to patient regarding an upper GI
Do not eat or drink after midnight on the day before the exam
The most common nuclear medicine diagnostic imaging is bone scans and cardiac studies
Rate of infusion for intermittent administration of IV medication ranges from?
15 minutes to several hours
Upper GI Radiographic exam is helpful in diagnosing?
IVP is used to diagnose?
kidney stones, blockages, growths in urinary system
Diagnostic study that is used for the brain, produces cross sectional pictures, and contrast dye may be used?
What must be done before administering IV medication?
dilute in an IV fluid
What is the term for administration of whole blood or blood products through IV?
Nuclear medicine diagnostic imaging procedures only takes a short time?
PCA pump delivery is controlled by the patient.
Immune globin consists of ?
What is enteral nutrition?
nutrients through a tube inserted into the GI tract
Lower GI assists in diagnosing?
polyps, tumors, Inflammatory bowel disease, diverticulosis
How does a radiopaque structure appear on a radiograph?
What diagnostic test cannot be used for bone studies, and does not use radiation, shows movement and continuous viewing
Antineoplastic medications treat cancer by interfering with the ability of cancer clells to grow or reproduce?
Who discovered x-rays?
MRI is used to assist in diagnosis of?
spinal lesions, cardiovascular abnormalities, herniated disc, joint diseases
Which of the following is an example of a radiolucent structure?
What is the term for administration of fluids, medications, or nutrients through the IV route?
You may administer IV therapy if patient is allergic to the medication.
Advantage of IV therapy in outpatient setting is less pain and tissue trauma.
Preparation for CT Scan?
remove all jewelry
What is a lateral radiographic view?
x-rays are directed from one side of the body to the other side
What diagnostic test determines gestational age, congenital abnormalities, detects multiple pregnancy, and determines baby position in uterus
Outpatient IV therapy may be administered in medical offices, infusion clinics, urgent care centers, patient's home
Purpose of contrast medium
make a structure visible on a radiograph
The frequency and length of a patient's chemotherapy treatment depends on what?
type of cancer, patient's health, patient's ability to tolerate chemo, and type of chemo.
IV route is used to administer chemotherapy to prevent pain and trauma to the patient's tissues.
If gas is not removed from colon before lower GI what happens?
confusing shadows on X-ray
Another name for continuous IV administration?
Most common blood vessel used for administering IV therapy is peripheral veins of the arm and hand?
What diagnostic procedure is safe and painless, must remove all metal, remain still, and pt. hears a metallic clacking sound?
Outpatient IV antibiotic therapy may be prescribed for wound infection, osteomyelitis, AID related infections, Lyme disease?
What is an IVP X-ray?
Intravenous pyelogram that looks at kidneys and urinary tract
Example of contrast medium
Instructions for a mammogram?
Do not wear lotions, powders or deodorants
anteroposterior x rays are directed from the front toward the back of the body
Administer IV medication over a specific amount of time at specified intervals is known as?
intermittent IV administration
Why are breast compressed during mammography?
obtain a clear radiograph
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