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ST 205

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Diagnostic imaging includes which of the following?
radiography
An AP radiographic film is taken_____?
front to back
A myelogram is used to______?
evaluate the spine
What is used to enhance visualization of structures during a diagnostic imaging procedure?
contrast media
Which diagnostic imaging procedure allows the surgeon to view anatomic structures during the surgical procedure?
fluoroscopy
Angiography is used to______?
assess peripheral vascular disease
Which procedure is used to evaluate heart function?
cardiac catherization
Cholangiography is a radiographic study of the___?
gallbladder
Which of the following is the most useful for viewing soft tissue?
MRI
Ultrasound involves the use of____?
radioisostope scanning
Nuclear medicine studies are also referred to as___?
isostope scanning
The MIBG scan is specfic type of isostope scan used to identify a problem with the____?
adrenal gland
Urine collected over a 24-hr period is tested to determine _____?
level of nitrogenous wastes
The term staging refers to the ____?
degree of tumor metaststasis
The normal percentage od oxygen saturation in aertial blood is ___ of capacity?
96% to 100%
The ____ is the physician who will provide a biopsy report.
pathologist
The Gram stain is a techinique used to identify a ____?
bacteria
Anaerobic bacteria are able to survive____.
without oxygen
A culture provides information about the types of ______ present.
bacteria
Thoracentesis is the removal of____.
fluid from the pleural cavity
Electroencephalography is a recording of____.
electrical activity of brain
The display and recoeding of the electrical activity of the skeletal muscle is called a(n) ____.
EMG
Arterial saturation of hemoglobin with oxygen is measured with use of ______.
pusle oximetry
An estimation of the arterial levels of carbon dioxide is determined with the use of ____.
capnography
Information about the patient's lung capacity, resistance, and ventilatory pressure is obtained and displayed with the use of ___.
spirometry
Deep-vein thrombosis can be dianosed with the use of____.
phleborheography
What is the first priority of the STSR when an intraoperative X-ray is being taken?
protect the sterile field from contamination
Roentgenography is synonymous with the term___.
radiography
Auscultation involves the use of a(n)___.
stethoscope
An otoscope is used for viewing the ____.
ear
Correct placement of indwelling cathers, tubes, and drains may be verified by____.
radiography
Mammorgraphy uses X-ray to locate tumors of the ____.
breast
Which of the following can be performed to create an easy entrance into most vessels of the body?
Seldinger technique
Contrast media can be introduced______.
intravenously
For which portion of the body is Renografin most often used?
urinary system
Which vein is frequently used for insertion of an angiographic catheter?
saphenous
The Doppler probe can be used within the sterile field as long as it is _____.
covered with sterile drape
The normal blood value of platelets is ___ x 10/mm.
130-400
An anestheiologist may order plain radiographic films of the chest for which purpose?
lung abnormalities that may interfere with the exchange of gases during anesthesia
The escape of fluid from the pleural space is known as ____.
pleural effusion
To prevent contamination of the surgical patient during an X-ray, the surgical technologist will____.
cover the X-ray cassette with the cassette cover
What is the term used to describe an item as being able to allow X-rays to pass through, such as operating room table?
radiolucent
Which of the following may be used in a nonselective angiograhy to quickly inject large amounts of contrast solution?
pressure injector
Which substance determines the radiodensity of contrast materials?
Hypaque
Which patient condition should not have an angiogram?
allergy to shellfish
What term describes making an incision and dissecting through tissue layers to expose the vessel and make an incision into the vessel for the induction of a catheter?
cut down
Which type of scan is a dianostic tool used to identify how different areas og the brain function by highlighting chemical or metabolic activity?
PET
When using contrast media is indicated, which type of scan would be used for a patient with an allergy to iodine?
MRI
Which diagnostic procedure uses high-frequency sound waves?
ultrasound
Ultrasonography is ideal for the examination of a fetus because____.
it does not use ionizing radiation
What invasive procedure involves the introduction of a transducer attached to the end of a gastroscope into the esophagus to allow for closer approximation with the heart?
TEE
The device used in the operating room to determine patency of an arterial anastomosis is a(n)____.
Doppler
The range 4.3 to 5.9 is normal for which hematology value?
male RBC
The range 11.5 to 15.5 is normal for which hematology value?
female hemoglobin
The normal range for the hematocrit of a female is___.
35% to 46%
The normal range for the hemoglobin of a female is_____.
11.5% to 15.5%
3.5% to 5% is the normal hematology value for which of the following?
female RBC
The excision of tissue or aspiration of fluid to determine the nature of the disease for treatment is known as a(n)___?
biopsy
For which purpose does a surgeon use a suture on a specimen?
to allow for easy handoff to the circulator