RGT 2542 Study Guide

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RGT 2542 Study Guide
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Radiography Procedures Study 3,4,5,6 &12 Guide
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  1. Used to promote elimination of urine
    Diuretic
  2. Most likely be used for angina
    Vasodilator
  3. Relaxes and dilates blood vessels.
    Vasodilator
  4. Used as a laxative
    Cathartic
  5. Drug that inhibits blood clotting and keeps IV lines free of clots
    Anticoagulant
  6. Can use less contrast agent than if you inject from a faraway site
    Selective Angiography
  7. Found in the "procedure" section of a prepackaged sterile tray.
    Syringes, tubing, needles, bandage
  8. Gauge of needle most commonly used in the radiography department.
    21 gauge needle
  9. Oxygen is a drug and must be prescribed by
    Physician
  10. The contraction of the heart muscle that drives the blood through the circulatory system.
    Systole
  11. The period of relaxation of the chambers of the heart during which blood enters.
    Diastole
  12. A drug or chemical that has a specific affinity to certain cells and that will produce a predictable response.
    Agonist
  13. A drug or chemical that will oppose or counteract the action of another drug or chemical substance by binding to a receptor site in a cell without producing a biologic response.
    Antagonist
  14. Abnormally high blood pressure
    Hypertension
  15. Abnormally low blood pressure
    Hypotension
  16. The branch of pharmacology concerned with the effects of drugs and the mechanism of their action.
    Pharmacodynamics
  17. The branch of medicine concerned with the uses, effects, and modes of action of drugs.
    Pharmacology
  18. The study of the action of drugs in the body.
    Pharmacokinetics
  19. The part of the automatic nervous system that balances the action of the sympathetic nerves.
    Parasympathetic
  20. To force the flow of (blood or lymph) from a vessel out into surrounding tissue.
    Extravasation
  21. A radiographic method of demonstrating certain anatomic features that lack natural contrast with surrounding structures by the instillation of a substance to produce structural contrast.
    Special procedures
  22. Performed to identify a particular pathologic process.
    Diagnostic procedures
  23. Performed to treat the pathologic process.
    Therapeutic procedure (interventional procedures)
  24. The name used to describe its chemical makeup.
    Chemical name
  25. Name is derived from the chemical name somehow and is considered to be non-proprietary.
    Generic name
  26. When a company trademarks a name for its specific brand of the drug.
    Trade (or brand) name
  27. Administered at a specific site and are injected into the tissue only in that particular area.
    Local medications
  28. Produce a wide variety of effects to the patient.
    Systemic medications

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