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Pharmacology Unit 4

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thrombolytic agents dissolve clots: urokinase injection, streptokinase, tissue plasminogen activator
R&L Common Carotid Arteries provide ANTERIOR circulation to the brain
R&L Vertebral Arteries provide POSTERIOR circulation to the brain
thrombolytic agents dissolve clots: urokinase injection, streptokinase, tissue plasminogen activator
R&L Common Carotid Arteries provide ANTERIOR circulation to the brain
thrombolytic agents dissolve clots: urokinase injection, streptokinase, tissue plasminogen activator
R&L Common Carotid Arteries provide ANTERIOR circulation to the brain
R&L Vertebral Arteries provide POSTERIOR circulation to the brain
complications with thrombolytic agents hemorrhage, myocardial infarction, death, new thrombus, distal embolization, recurrent ischemia, infections or pain
general risks of an interventional procedure vasovagal reaction (faint), stroke, bleeding at site, nerve, blood vessel, or tissue damage, contrast reaction
procedures involve the application of therapeutic measures through catheter based systems to treat disorders of the vascular system within the heart cardiovascular interventional
a comprehensive term used to describe a minor medical procedure involving the introduction of specialized catheters into the heart and surrounding vasculature for the purpose of diagnostic evaluation cardiac catheterization
procedures involve the application of therapeutic measures through catheter based systems to treat disorders of the vascular system within the heart cardiovascular interventional
percutaneous approach most preferred, fewest risks femoral artery
2nd most common percutaneous approach brachial artery
undesirable area for percutaneous catheter insertion due to nerve complex and possible permanent damage axillary artery
undesirable area for percutaneous catheter insertion due to nerve complex and possible permanent damage axillary artery
percutaneous catheter insertion site used after other areas are ruled out; mainly in evaluating the arteries in the lower extremeties translumbar
percutaneous catheter insertion site used after other areas are ruled out; mainly in evaluating the arteries in the lower extremeties translumbar
three categories of interventional procedures cardiac vascular non-vascular
three categories of interventional procedures cardiac vascular non-vascular
benefits of interventional radiology procedures reduces hospital stays helps many patients avoid surgery results in lower healthcare costs
benefits of interventional radiology procedures reduces hospital stays helps many patients avoid surgery results in lower healthcare costs
general term for all vascular imaging with contrast medium angiography
general term for all vascular imaging with contrast medium angiography
radiographic examination of arteries with contrast medium arteriography
radiographic examination of veins with contrast medium venography
constriction of a vessel after interventional correction restenosis
radiographic examination of veins with contrast medium venography
measurement of oxygen saturation in the blood oximetry
constriction of a vessel after interventional correction restenosis
an ischemica episode resulting in myocardial damage-heart attack myocardial infarction
measurement of oxygen saturation in the blood oximetry
amount of blood pumped from the heart per unit of time cardiac output
an ischemica episode resulting in myocardial damage-heart attack myocardial infarction
metal frame or mesh placed in the inferior vena cava to prevent clots (embolus) from flowing to the lungs vena cava filter
amount of blood pumped from the heart per unit of time cardiac output
surgical removal of vessel deposits or plaque from the vessel atherectomy
metal frame or mesh placed in the inferior vena cava to prevent clots (embolus) from flowing to the lungs vena cava filter
a device used to redirect the flow of a body fluid shunt
surgical removal of vessel deposits or plaque from the vessel atherectomy
a conduit used to maintain flow-or hold the vessel open stent
a device used to redirect the flow of a body fluid shunt
an agent to dissolve a thrombus/blood clot thrombolytic-urokinase injection
a conduit used to maintain flow-or hold the vessel open stent
obstruction of a blood vessel by foreign substance or blood clot embolism
an agent to dissolve a thrombus/blood clot thrombolytic-urokinase injection
catheter advanced to a specific artery selective
obstruction of a blood vessel by foreign substance or blood clot embolism
contrast injected in a remote vessel for an overall flush look at an area flush
catheter advanced to a specific artery selective
catheters designed to provide access to venous system for feeding, treatment, or long term medication (dialysis, PICC line, etc) venous access device
an abnormal particle circulating in the blood embolus
catheters designed to provide access to venous system for feeding, treatment, or long term medication (dialysis, PICC line, etc) venous access device
formation of a blood clot thrombosis
an abnormal particle circulating in the blood embolus
contrast escaping from a vessel in to the surrounding tissue extravasation
contrast escaping from a vessel in to the surrounding tissue extravasation
formation of a blood clot thrombosis
introduced by puncture through the skin percutaneous
introduced by puncture through the skin percutaneous
contrast escaping from a vessel in to the surrounding tissue extravasation
any invasive procedure that intervenes with or interrupts a pathology or disease process interventional
introduced by puncture through the skin percutaneous
blood flow from the HEART through the LUNGS and through the PULMONARY VEINS to the LEFT ATRIUM pulmonary circulation
any invasive procedure that intervenes with or interrupts a pathology or disease process interventional
blood flow from the LEFT VENTRICLE circulates through the body and through the VEINS to the RIGHT ATRIUM systemic circulation
blood flow from the HEART through the LUNGS and through the PULMONARY VEINS to the LEFT ATRIUM pulmonary circulation
blood flow from the HEART through the LUNGS and through the PULMONARY VEINS to the LEFT ATRIUM pulmonary circulation
blood flow from the LEFT VENTRICLE circulates through the body and through the VEINS to the RIGHT ATRIUM systemic circulation
blood flow from the LEFT VENTRICLE circulates through the body and through the VEINS to the RIGHT ATRIUM systemic circulation
a method of filming AP and Lat proj at the same time with the same injection bi-plane radiography
a method of filming AP and Lat proj at the same time with the same injection bi-plane radiography
fatty deposits or plaque arteriosclerosis
fatty deposits or plaque arteriosclerosis
a ballooning or weakening of the wall of a vessel aneurysm
a ballooning or weakening of the wall of a vessel aneurysm
reconstructing or enlarging a diseased vessel angioplasty
reconstructing or enlarging a diseased vessel angioplasty
radiographic examination of arteries after and injection of a radiopaque contrast medium
radiographic examination of arteries after and injection of a radiopaque contrast medium
thrombolytic agents dissolve clots: urokinase injection, streptokinase, tissue plasminogen activator
R&L Common Carotid Arteries provide ANTERIOR circulation to the brain
R&L Vertebral Arteries provide POSTERIOR circulation to the brain
complications with thrombolytic agents hemorrhage, myocardial infarction, death, new thrombus, distal embolization, recurrent ischemia, infections or pain
general risks of an interventional procedure vasovagal reaction (faint), stroke, bleeding at site, nerve, blood vessel, or tissue damage, contrast reaction
a comprehensive term used to describe a minor medical procedure involving the introduction of specialized catheters into the heart and surrounding vasculature for the purpose of diagnostic evaluation cardiac catheterization
procedures involve the application of therapeutic measures through catheter based systems to treat disorders of the vascular system within the heart cardiovascular interventional
percutaneous approach most preferred, fewest risks femoral artery
2nd most common percutaneous approach brachial artery
undesirable area for percutaneous catheter insertion due to nerve complex and possible permanent damage axillary artery
percutaneous catheter insertion site used after other areas are ruled out; mainly in evaluating the arteries in the lower extremeties translumbar
three categories of interventional procedures cardiac vascular non-vascular
benefits of interventional radiology procedures reduces hospital stays helps many patients avoid surgery results in lower healthcare costs
general term for all vascular imaging with contrast medium angiography
radiographic examination of arteries with contrast medium arteriography
radiographic examination of veins with contrast medium venography
constriction of a vessel after interventional correction restenosis
measurement of oxygen saturation in the blood oximetry
an ischemica episode resulting in myocardial damage-heart attack myocardial infarction
amount of blood pumped from the heart per unit of time cardiac output
metal frame or mesh placed in the inferior vena cava to prevent clots (embolus) from flowing to the lungs vena cava filter
surgical removal of vessel deposits or plaque from the vessel atherectomy
a device used to redirect the flow of a body fluid shunt
a conduit used to maintain flow-or hold the vessel open stent
an agent to dissolve a thrombus/blood clot thrombolytic-urokinase injection
obstruction of a blood vessel by foreign substance or blood clot embolism
catheter advanced to a specific artery selective
contrast injected in a remote vessel for an overall flush look at an area flush
catheters designed to provide access to venous system for feeding, treatment, or long term medication (dialysis, PICC line, etc) venous access device
an abnormal particle circulating in the blood embolus
formation of a blood clot thrombosis
contrast escaping from a vessel in to the surrounding tissue extravasation
introduced by puncture through the skin percutaneous
any invasive procedure that intervenes with or interrupts a pathology or disease process interventional
blood flow from the HEART through the LUNGS and through the PULMONARY VEINS to the LEFT ATRIUM pulmonary circulation
blood flow from the LEFT VENTRICLE circulates through the body and through the VEINS to the RIGHT ATRIUM systemic circulation
a method of filming AP and Lat proj at the same time with the same injection bi-plane radiography
fatty deposits or plaque arteriosclerosis
a ballooning or weakening of the wall of a vessel aneurysm
reconstructing or enlarging a diseased vessel angioplasty
radiographic examination of arteries after and injection of a radiopaque contrast medium arteriography
radiographic studies of vessels angiography
when did angiography begin 1930s by Sven Seldinger
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