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RAD271-Patient Care

Review questions Ch2 Mosby

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Routes of entry of toxic chemicals may include: a. Swallowing and inhalation b. Inhalation only c. Absorption through skin or mucous membranes d. Inhalation, swallowing or absorption through skin or mucous membranes. d. Inhalation, swallowing or absorption through skin or mucous membranes.
Written instructions for handling of biohazardous materials, safe use of product and cleanup and disposal directions are called: a. package inserts b. HIPAA c. MSDS d. Biohazardous warning systems c. MSDS
Older patients should be scheduled: a. late in the day to give them time to build their strength b. for one exam at a time c. As early in the day as possible d. Only when no one else is in the dept C. as early in the day as possible
Patients who have been NPO should be scheduled: a. Last b. First c. Just before lunch d. In any way that helps the work flow b. First
Patients with diabetes should be scheduled: a. late in the day to give them time to build their strength b. for one exam at a time c. As early in the day as possible d. Only when no one else is in the dept c. As early in the day as possible
Endoscopic procedures should be scheduled: a. after ingestion of barium for increased contrast b. first in a series of procedures c. after a series of procedures so as to verify the diagnosis d. only by the endoscopy department b. first in a series of procedures
What describes torts? a. violation of criminal law b. considered part of personal injury law c. provide for compensation of injury d. violations of civil law that are part of personal injury law and provide for compensation for injury d. violations of civil law that are part of personal injury law and provide for compensation for injury
Which of the following may be considered an example of battery? a. violating HIPAA b. X-raying wrong person or body part c. verbally abusing a patient d. criticizing a physician's order in front of patient b. X-raying wrong person or body part
Assault means: a. threatening the patient or causing patient to be apprehensive b. striking the patient c. touching the patient without consent d. Performing exam against the patient's will a. threatening the patient or causing patient to be apprehensive
Which of the following is an example of invasion of privacy? a. xraying the wrong patient b. unjustified restraint of patient c. improperly exposing the patient's body d. radiographing the wrong body part c. improperly exposing the patient's body
Unintentional misconduct is also called: a. negligence b. an accident c. libel d. slander a. negligence
Concept of reasonably prudent person is interpreted as how: a. reasonable jury member would perform b. professional w/similar education, training and experience would perform c. prudent attorney would interpret d. reasonable/prudent judge would rule b. how a professional who has similar education, training and experience would perform the act
Respondeat superior means: a. the thing speaks for itself b. A radiographer has no need to carry malpractice insurance c. The reasonable and prudent person should make the decision d. Let the master answer d. Let the master answer
Gross negligence is: a. case that includes the injured person as a contributing party to injury b. loss of life or limb c. an act that shows reckless disregard for life or limb d. found in criminal cases only c. an act that shows reckless disregard for life or limb
Which proves malpractice? a. inj occurred/result of negligence b. std of care violated/caused person being sued c. inj caused person being sued/result of negligence d. std of care violated/inj occurred/caused by defendant/result of negligence d. std of care violated/inj occurred/caused by defendant/result of negligence
A case involving obvious negligence would be defined by doctrine of: a. respondeat superior b. slander c. libel d. Res ipsa loquitur d. Res ipsa loquitur
Which true for valid consent? 1 Patient must be of legal age 2 Patient must be given brochure describing risks of procedure 3 Consent offered voluntarily 4 Patient must be mentally competent 5 Patient must completely understand all aspects procedure 1, 3, 4
Patient transfer from cart to table and back to cart should be performed: a. tech alone if patient ambulatory b. 2 or more techs to ensure patient/tech safety c. tech alone if dept is short staffed d. tech alone to prevent frightening patient b. 2 or more techs to ensure patient/tech safety
Pt hx should be taken by tech: a. assist tech in understanding pt injury and assist RAD with interpretation of images b. verify pt name and form of payment c. only on pt from ED d. only in absence of pt chart a. assist tech in understanding pt injury and assist RAD with interpretation of images
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