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Clinical Final 2 Part 1
Pharmacology & Flouro Exams
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four times a day
air, gas, crystals
appears black on the image
barium, iodine, water soluble contrast
factors four that influence drug movement
absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion
drugs used to treat abnormal heart rhythms
Lanoxin, verapamil, xylocaine
calm an anxious pateint
xanax, valium, versed
Relieve pain without loss of consciousness
aspirin, Vicodin, Tylenol, Percocet, morphine
treat asthma and COPD
what drug is considered a broncodialtor
The complete killing of all microorganisms is termed
(A) surgical asepsis.
(B) medical asepsis.
medical equipment to monitor BP
stethoscope and sphygmomanometer
a patient that is diaphoretic is
pale, cool, clammy skin
anaphylaxis is the term to describe
a diuretic is used for
Ways medicine can be administered
orally, intravenously, intramuscular, sublingual
what is the common computer language used by PACS
DICOM- digital imaging in communication in medicine
relieve chest pain
used for vasodilator
What is a hysterosalpingogram, why is this procedure done, and what makes it a "special procedure"?
Radiographic procedure that demonstrates the uterine cavity and the patency of the uterine tubes. Catheter is inserted in to the uterus and contrast media is administered. Done under fluoro.
What are the clinical indications and contraindications for a hysterosalpingogram?
Infertility assessmentDemonstration of intrauterine pathologyEvaluation of uterine tube following tubal ligation or reconstructive surgeryHSG may serve as a therapeutic procedure
Contraindications: PregnancyAcute pelvic inflammatory diseaseActive uterine bleeding
What is some patient preparation that might be done before preforming a hysterosalpinogram?
Bowel preparations to ensure adequate visualization of the reproductive tract, take mild pain reliever for cramping.
What projections are taken during a hysterosalpingogram?
AP scoutAP post injectionLPO and/or RPO
Where would you center for a lumbar myelogram? What possible additional projections would be taken post contrast injection?
Horizontal CR to L3CollimatePossible additional projectionsAnt obliquesPA or AP
Where are the 2 most common injection sites for a myelogram and specific anatomical location is the contrast media injected?
Subarachnoid space of C3-4 and L3-4
Name some clinical indications and contraindications for preforming a myelogram?
HNP,Tumors,Cysts,Trauma (bony fragments)
Contraindications: Blood in CSF Arachnoiditis Increased intracranial pressure Recent lumbar puncture
How long will contrast media retain radiopacity within the spinal canal, before it becomes hazy in appearance?
1 hour-best opacity4-5 hours hazy24 hours radiographically undetectable.
Intervertebral joints are what kind of joints, where can they be found, and what is the purpose?
The intervertebral disks located in these joints are tightly bound to adjacent vertebral bodies for spinal stability, but they also allow for flexibility and movement of the vertebral column.
What are the unique characteristics of cervical vertebrae?
spinous process tips
overlapping vertebral bodies
Where is the duct of Wirsung located, it is also called
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