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RADT465 Direct Study

Unit 1- Patient Care

QuestionAnswer
Average adult pulse rate? 60-90 beats/minute (Torres, 7th ed., p. 138)
Average adult rate of respiration? 15-20 breaths/minute (Torres, 7th ed., p. 138)
Normal adult body temperature when taken axillary? 97.6F ( 36.7C) (Torres, 7th ed., p. 137)
Normal adult body temperature when taken orally? 98.6F (37C) (Torres, 7th ed., p. 137)
Normal adult body temperature when taken rectally? 99.6F (38C) (Torres, 7th ed., p. 137)
Normal adult systolic blood pressure? 90-120 mmHg (Torres, 7th ed., p. 130)
Normal adult diastolic blood pressure? 50 to 70 mmHg (Torres, 7th ed., p. 130)
Highest point reached during contraction of left ventricle of the heart as blood is pumped into the aorta? Systolic (Torres, 7th ed., p. 130)
Lowest point of measurement of blood pressure during relaxation of ventricles? Diastolic (Torres, 7th ed., p. 130)
Type of shock that occurs when intravascular fluid decreases by 15-20% (750-1300mL)? Hypovolemic shock (Torres, 7th ed., p. 154)
This is required for invasive procedure, procedures requiring sedation or anesthesia, procedures involving radiation, or arteriography? Informed consent (Torres, 7th ed., p. 19)
________contrast agents make organs appear darker on the image, more radiolucent? Negative (Torres, 7th ed., p. 264)
________ contrast agents make organs appear as areas of white on the image? Positive (Torres, 7th ed., p. 264)
To abstain from inflicting harm? Nonmaleficence (Torres, 7th ed., p. 11)
Dilation of esophagus result of the failure of cardiac sphincter to relax and allow food to pass into the stomach? Achalasia (Saia, 9th ed., p. 22)
Reaction to a procedure not the contrast agent with symptoms of high anxiety concerning procedure and outcome? including pallor, cold sweats, rapid pulse, syncope of feeling faint, bradycardia, or hypotension Vasovagal response (Torres, 7th ed., p. 273-275)
List symptoms of mild adverse reaction. Nausea, vomiting, cough, feeling of warmth, headache, dizziness, shaking, itching, or pallor (Torres, 7th ed., p. 275)
List symptoms of moderate adverse reaction. tachycardia or bradycardia, hypertension or hypotension, dyspnea, bronchospasm or wheezing, laryngeal edema (Torres, 7th ed., p. 276)
List symptoms of severe anaphylactic reaction. dyspnea due to laryngeal edema, hypotension, seizures, cardiac arrhythmia, lack of patient response, or cardiac arrest (Torres, 7th ed., p. 276)
Name three routes by which drugs can be administered. enteral, parenteral, and topical (Torres, 7th ed., p. 279)
_______ routes of drug administration consist of oral, sublingual, buccal, and rectal. Enteral (Torres, 7th ed., p. 279)
_______ routes can include drugs administered to the skin, eyes, nose, throat, respiratory mucosa by inhalation, vagina, rectum, and skin for transdermal application. Topical (Torres, 7th ed., p. 280)
_______ routes include subcutaneous, intramuscular, intradermal, intravenous, intralesional, intra-arterial, intracardiac, and intra-articular Parenteral (Torres, 7th ed., p. 280)
Two types of negative contrast media. Carbon dioxide, air (Torres, 7th ed., p. 226)
Two types of positive contrast media Barium, iodinated contrast (Torres, 7th ed., p. 226)
When a procedure requires fasting, when should it be scheduled? Morning, especially for the diabetic, elderly, or pediatric patients (Torres, 7th ed., p. 227)
Put the following exams in order of when they should be completed: barium lower GI, barium upper GI, non-contrast exam including ultrasound or nuclear medicine exam, iodinated contrast exam, barium contrast exam. 1.) non-contrast exam including US and nuclear medicine 2.) iodinated contrast exam 3.) barium contrast exam 4.) barium lower GI 5.) barium upper GI
_______ routes include subcutaneous, intramuscular, intradermal, intravenous, intralesional, intra-arterial, intracardiac, and intra-articular Parenteral (Torres, 7th ed., p. 280)
Two types of negative contrast media. Carbon dioxide, air (Torres, 7th ed., p. 226)
Two types of positive contrast media Barium, iodinated contrast (Torres, 7th ed., p. 226)
When a procedure requires fasting, when should it be scheduled? Morning, especially for the diabetic, elderly, or pediatric patients (Torres, 7th ed., p. 227)
Put the following exams in order of when they should be completed: barium lower GI, barium upper GI, non-contrast exam including ultrasound or nuclear medicine exam, iodinated contrast exam, barium contrast exam. 1.) non-contrast exam including US and nuclear medicine 2.) iodinated contrast exam 3.) barium contrast exam 4.) barium lower GI 5.) barium upper GI (Torres, 7th ed., p. 227)
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