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MOT 135

Renal Procedure/Treatment Quiz

An x-ray taken while patient is voiding the bladder and urethra that are filled with contrast medium to demonstrate the function of the urethra. Voiding cystourethrogram
Cystoscopy The inspection of the interior of the badder by means of an endoscope.
Urinalysis Analysis of the urine content
Nephrorrahapy Nephropexy by suturing the kidney
Pyeloplasty Suringical reconstruction of the kidney pelvis to correct an obstruction
Antibiotic A drug that kills or inhibits the growth of microorganisms.
Renal angiogram Radiography of vessels in the kidneys after injecting radiopaque contrast material
Nephrotomy Incision into the kidney
Nephrectomy Surgical removal of a kidney
Antispasmodic Drug that relieves spasms
Analgesic Drag that relieves pain
What is a diuretic? A drug that increases the secretion of urine.
____________ is a mathematical calculation of the total amount of creatinine in the urine over a period of time, usually 24 hours, to test renal function Creatinine clearance test
________ is an incision into the kidney for the removal of a renal calculus. Nephrolithotomy
This procedure uses a slender thread, rod, or catheter, lying within the lumen of the ureter, used to provide support during/after anastomosis, or to assure patency of an intact but contracted lumen. Stent placement
Methods used to palce a tube into the bladder to drain or collect urine is called? Urinary catheterization
_____________ is a special endoscopic instrument used for the transuretheral electrosurgical removal of lesions involving the bladder, prostate gland, or urethra. Resectoscope
The crushing of a stone in the renal pelvis, ureter, or bladder, by mechanical force or sound waves originating from an instrument within the body is called? Intracorporeal lithotripsy
A component of urine and the final product of creatine catabolism is called? Creatinine
Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) is define as? Nitrogen, in the form of urea, in the blood.
Test used for the cultivation, isolation, identification of microorganisms from urine specimen to determine which antimicrobial medication they will respond to for treatment. Urine Culture & Sensitivity
Intravenous pyelogram (Intravenous urogram) Radiography of kidneys, ureters, and bladder following injection of contrast medium into a peripheral vein.
Kidneys-Ureter-Bladder (KUB) X-ray of the abdomen to visualize kidneys, ureters, and bladder.
A radiograph exposed before contrast medium is given. A preliminary film for an angiogram, urogram, or barium-contrast gastro exam. Scout film
Renal angiogram Radiography of vessels in the kidneys after injection of a radiopaque contrast material.
Renal arteriogram Visualization of an artery or arteries of the kidneys by x-ray imaging after injection of a radiopaque contrast medium.
Retrograde pyelogram (urogram) Radiography of the urinary tract following injection of contrast medium directly into the bladder, ureter, or renal pelvis.
Non-continent ileas conduit removal of a portion of the ileum to use as a channel to which the urters are attached at one end and the other is a stoma on the abdome, urine drains continually into an external bag.
Continent urostomy internal reservoir constructed from a segment of the intestines that diverts urine through an opening that is brought through the abdominal wall, a valve is created internally to prevent leakage and the patient empties the bouch by cathereterization.
Orthotopic bladder Bladder is constructed from portions of intestine connected to the urethra.
Extracorporeal Shock wave lithotripsy Procedure using ultrasound outside the body to bombard and disintegrate a stone within the body.
Kidney dialysis Mechanical flitering of impurities from the blood, replacing the function of one or both kidneys.
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