Rober 113 9/9/13

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Rober 113 9/9/13
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  1. AP CHEST SUPINE WHY DO ONE OF THESE
    TRAMA PATIENT
  2. AP CHEST SUPINE WHATS THE SID
    72IN SID
  3. WHEN USING A CASSETTE ON AN AP SUSPINE WHAT DO YOU PUT THE CASSETTE IN
    PLASTIC BAGS
  4. AP UPRIGHT CHEST XRAY IN GURNY ANGLE PATIENT BECAUSE
    SO CLAVICAL WONT BE HIGHER THAN APEX
  5. HOW MANY RIBS SHOULD BE SEEN ABOVE THE CLAVICALS
    3 RIBS
  6. DECUBS WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR DOING THIS POSITION
    AIR OR FLUID
  7. LEFT DECUB IS THE CASSETTE LEANTH WAYS OR CROSSWAYS
    CROSSWAYS
  8. DECUB WHERE DO YO PUT MARKER
    UP SIDE SIDE NOT ON THE TABLE
  9. IF A DOCTOR IS LOOKING FOR FLUID ON THE RIGHT SIDE WHAT SIDE DECUB WOULD YOU DO
    RIGHT
  10. WHERE IS THE LIGHT FIELD DURING A LORDOTIC POSITION
    3 INCHES ABOVE SHOULDERS
  11. SUSPINE LORDOIC AT WHAT ANGLE
    15 DEGREES
  12. MOBIL X RAY WHAT IS THE SID
    48-72
  13. WHEN DOING A DECUB HOW LONG TO WAIT TILL YOU TAKE AN X-RAY
    MINIMUM IS 5MIN THE BEST IS 20MIN
  14. ASPIRATION
    SWALLOWING A FOREN SUBSTANCE
  15. All chest radiographs should be taken in an erect position if the patient’s condition allows. Three reasons for this are 
    • The diaphragm is allowed to move down farther.
    • Air and fluid levels in the chest may be visualized.
    • Engorgement and hyperemia of pulmonary vessels may be prevented.
  16. is an irreversible dilation or widening of bronchi or bronchioles
    Bronchiectasis (brong ̋-ke-ek′-tah-sis)
  17. is an acute (short-term) or chronic (long-term) condition in which excessive mucus is secreted into the bronchi, causing cough and shortness of breath.
    Bronchitis (brong-ki′-tis)
  18. Bronchitis (brong-ki′-tis)
    is an acute (short-term) or chronic (long-term) condition in which excessive mucus is secreted into the bronchi, causing cough and shortness of breath.
  19. Bronchiectasis (brong ̋-ke-ek′-tah-sis)
    is an irreversible dilation or widening of bronchi or bronchioles

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