Patient Care

  1. Which of the following infection control techniques is required at the site of an intravenous injection of contrast

    C. surgical asepsis
  2. A common site for the IV injection of contrast media is the?

    D. all of the above
  3. Which of the following techical factors exhibits a direct effect on patient dose?

    C. mAs
  4. A(n) _________ contrast material may be described as one that does not dissociate into charged particles in the solution

    A. non-ionic
  5. Which of the following interactions between x-ray beam and matter results in the largest amount of patient dose?

    C. photoelectric effect
  6. Which of the following are included as basic types of iodinated cantrast media?
    1. iothalamate
    2. diatrizoate
    3. metrizoate
    a. 2 only
    b. 3 only
    c. 1 and 3 only
    d. 1,2, and 3
    d. 1,2, and 3
  7. An intrathecal injection before a CT exam of the lumbar spine places the contrast directly into the

    C. subarachnoid space
  8. Contrast materials that dissociate into charged particles when placed into solution are termed

    B. ionic
  9. Which of the following is the correct angle of insertion when placing a butterfly needle into a vein for starting an IV

    D. 15
  10. Which of the following is the correct order for the stages of infection?

    B. incubation, prodromal, active, convalescence
  11. A normal range for systolic blood pressure in an adult is

    A. 95-140 mm Hg systolic is a measure of the peak in the pressure
  12. The term urticaria is used to describe which of the following?

    C. hives
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