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Chapter 22 RADT 1010
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All patients should expect correct procedures with regard to drug administration. These correct procedures or "rights" include the
1. the right route of administration.
2. the correct time for giving the drug.
3. the correct person giving the drug.
4. their own physician ordering the drug.
5. their own physician administering the drug.
6. the correct drug and drug amount administered.
1, 2, and 6 only
Heart attack patients can often take a small tablet of nitroglycerin and put it in their mouth, under their tongue, for quick action. This route of administration is
All of the following are related except
An injection that is given to a patient relies on a(n) _____ route of administration.
When performing a subcutaneous injection, the needle tip is positioned
at a 45-degree angle for average sized patients
When venipuncture is performed on an adult, for contrast medium administration,
the veins of the arms are preferred injection sites
Sites commonly used for venipuncture include the ____ vein(s).
basilic and cephalic
The abbreviation IM means
During an intravenous drug administration, a small area around the needle site is growing and swelling. The patient states that the area is starting to burn slightly. In this situation,
extravasation has occured.
The medical abbreviation stat means
All of the following are true of the milliliter unit of measurement except it
represents 1/10 of a liter.
Technologists working in CT are often required to administer pharmaceuticals to patients top complete an examination. When such is the case, it is important to remember that
qualified technologists are permitted to enter medication data into patient charts
Sterile needles used for patient injections
often require the use of an angiocath for improved safety.
Drugs intended for single use by parenteral administration are typically contained in a(n)
If you accidentally "prick" yourself with a needle as you perform a venipuncture procedure
flood the area with water, clean with soap and water, and report the incident.
small sealed glass container that holds a single dose of parenteral solution in a sterile condition
catheter inserted directly into the vein for drug administration
concentrated mass of pharmaceutical preparation
pertaining to the inside of the mouth (cheek)
Infusion of liquid directly into the vein
Within the gastrointestinal tract
discharge or escape of fluid from a vessel into the surrounding tissue that can cause localized vasoconstriction, resulting in sloughing of tissue and tissue necrosis if not reversed with an antidote
within or between the layers of the skin
within the muscle tissue
within a vein
medication that is delivered by intravenous push (rapid delivery) or intravenous infusion (slow drip of medication over a period of time) directly into the vein
drug administration by a route other than the GI tract, typically by injection through the skin
inserted into the rectum
beneath the skin
beneath the tongue
applied to a certain area of the skin and affecting only the area to which it is applied
entering through the skin
puncture of a vein
small glass bottle containing multiple doses of a drug
twice a day
C with a ling over it
in the right eye
in the left eye
every 2 hours
every 3 hours
four times a day
S with a line over it
three times a day
lateral when in anatomic position
medial when in anatomic position
median cubital vein
in the middle
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