RGT 2542 Ch 5

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RGT 2542 Ch 5
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Radiology Procedures Chapter 5
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  1. Which of the following routes of administration is not considered to be parenteral?

    A. Intravenous
    B. Subcutaneous
    C. Sublingual
    D. Intramuscular
    C
  2. An antagonist of a drug is usually one that:

    A. Works in synergy with another drug
    B. Blocks the action of another drug
    C. Causes the patient to react
    D. Should not be administered as a parenteral drug
    B
  3. Normal saline 0.9% NaCl is considered to be a(n):

    A. Hypertonic solution
    B. Hypotonic solution
    C. Isotonic solution
    D. Solution that has no value in IV therapy
    C
  4. Which of the following is not considered to be one of the six rights of medication administration:

    A. Right place
    B. Right dosage
    C. Right patient
    D. Right route
    A
  5. An analgesic drug is one that helps the patient:

    A. Fight off allergic reactions
    B. Come out of shock
    C. Relieve pain
    D. Fight off bacteria
    C
  6. Which of the following is a unit of volume in the metric system?

    A. Microgram
    B. Kilogram
    C. Milligram
    D. Cubic centimeter
    D
  7. Swelling at or above the puncture site during or after the injection is an indication of:

    A. Urticaria
    B. Dyspnea
    C. Extravasation
    D. Thrombus formation
    C
  8. When making calculations for pediatric patients, the adult weight is always considered to be:

    A. >40 lb
    B. >60 lb
    C. >100 lb
    D. >150 lb
    D
  9. Diazepam is considered to be an _____ drug.

    A. Antihistamine
    B. Antianziolytic
    C. Anti-inflammatory
    D. Analgesic
    B
  10. Urticaria, wheezing, and bronchospasm are considered symptoms of a(n) _____ reaction.

    A. Inflammatory
    B. Bacteremic
    C. Allergic
    D. Air embolism
    C

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