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RADT456: Pat. Care

ARRT Registry Review covering Patient Care and Education

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What is the definition of Autonomy? Refers to the right of all persons to make rational decisions free from external pressures. Patient Care in Imaging Technology (pg. 8)
What is the definition of beneficence? Refers to the fact that all acts must be meant to attain a good result or to be beneficial. Patient Care in Imaging Technology (pg. 8)
What is the definition of fidelity? Refers to the duty to fulfill one's commitments and applies to keeping promises both stated and implied. Patient Care in Imaging Technology (pg. 11)
State Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Self-Actualization, Esteem and Self-Respect, Belongingness and Affection, Safety and Security, and Physiologic Needs. Patient Care in Imaging Technology (pg. 29)
What is Subjective Data? Anything that the patient, or significant other who accompanies the patient, might say that is pertinent to the patient's care. Patient Care in Imaging Technology (pg. 31)
What is Objective Data? Anything that the radiographer sees, hears, smells, feels, or reads on the patient's chart or anything reported about the patient by another health care worker. Patient Care in Imaging Technology (pg. 31)
5 Rights of Drug Administration Right Patient, Right Drug, Right Amount of Dose, Right Route, Right Time. Patient Care in Imaging Technology (pg. 276)
What is the definition of Ecchymosis? An oozing of blood from a vessel into tissues, forming a discolored area on the skin. Patient Care in Imaging Technology (pg. 171)
Every Radiographic Image must include what? Patient's name or ID number, Side Marker (Right or Left), Date of the Examination, Identity of Institution. Lange Q&A (pg. 16)
What is the most effective method of sterilization? Autoclaving. This process uses moist heat and steam under pressure. Lange Q&A (pg. 26)
What is the normal range of blood pressure in adults? 110-140 mmHg/ 60-80 mmHg. Lange Q&A (pg. 29)
What is the normal pulse rate in adults? 60-100 beats/min. Lange Q&A (pg. 29)
What is the normal respiration rate in adults? 12-20 breaths/min. Lange Q&A (pg. 29)
If you allow a patient to be exposed to unnecessary radiation, you could be accused of what? Tort. Tort is intentional or unintentional act that involves personal injury or damage to a patient. Lange Q&A (pg. 31)
How high should a IV bottle/bag be kept above the level of the vein? 18-20 inches. Lange Q&A (pg. 31)
What does pc mean? after meals. Lange Q&A (pg. 33)
What does tid mean? Three times a day. Lange Q&A (pg. 33)
What does qid mean? Four times a day. Lange Q&A (pg. 33)
What does qh mean? Every hour. Lange Q&A (pg. 33)
COPD includes what disorders? Bronchitis, Emphysema, Asthma and Bronchiectasis. Lange Q&A (pg. 17)
What are examples of a minor reaction to iodinated contrast media? Flushed appearance, nausea, and occasionally vomiting and a few hives. Lange Q&A (pg. 20)
Created by: arsturgill