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Patient Transfer

Patient Care in Radiography 8th Edition Chapter 12

A slider board or sliding mat can be used to: Facilitate a stretcher transfer
When a patient arrives by wheelchair and cannot stand to get onto the x-ray table, which method is most appropriate? Hydraulic Lift
Patients who have not stood or walked since an accident, surgery, stroke, or heart attack should be transported by: Stretcher
When assisting a patient to sit from a supine position, you should place your arms under the shoulders and: Knees
Infants and toddlers are usually transported in: Cribs
A feeling of faintness or light-headness that occurs with changes in body position after long periods of rest is termed: Orthostatic Hypotension
When an ambulatory patient has a weak let as a result of a stroke or other condition, it is helpful to: Position yourself on the patient's weak side
After what procedure must the patient not flex at the hips more than 90 degrees? Hip replacement via posterior approach
What items are useful for facilitating a stretcher transfer? Slider Board, Sliding Mat, Draw Sheet
When transferring a patient who is unable to assist with transfer to or from a stretcher, you should position the patient's arms: Across the chest
Created by: Dallas1856