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  1. general guidelines for performing any bedside examination:
    • •Call the nursing station before leaving the imaging department unless responding to a STAT (immediate) request.
    • •Check with the nurse in charge to inquire about the patient's condition.
    • •Confirm the order in the patient's chart.
    • •Always greet the patient, check the name and birth date on the patient's wrist band, and inspect and prepare the room before bringing in the x-ray equipment.
  2. (PAR)
    “postanesthesia recovery”
  3. (PACU)
    postanesthesia care unit
  4. (ICU)
    intensive care unit
  5. (CCU).
    coronary care unit
  6. (NICU)
    neonatal intensive care unit
  7. atelectasis
    (failure of the lungs to expand completely)
  8. neonate means
    (newborn)
  9. Procedures for handling neonate
    These include disinfecting the x-ray equipment before coming into the unit, hand hygiene, and possibly covering your uniform with a gown. A mask is generally not necessary, and gloves are worn only if you handle the baby.
  10. a surgical procedure that creates an opening into the trachea to provide a temporary or permanent artificial airway  is
    tracheotomy
  11. Nasogastric tubes are passed into the ______
    Stomach
  12. Nasogastric tubes purposes:
    • Feeding
    • •Decompression
    • •Radiographic examination
  13. (NG)
    nasogastric
  14. (NE)
    nasoenteric
  15. nasointestinal (NI) tubes are placed in the , and _______ peristalsis advances them into the small intestine.
    stomach
  16. asointestinal (NI) tubes have several potential purposes:
    • •Decompression
    • •Radiographic examination
    • •Feeding
  17. portacath is
    tubes that provide access to the circulatory system on a repeated or continuing basis.
  18. what are the non-sterile members of the surgical team
    • Anesthesiologist or anesthetist
    • •Circulating nurse or surgical technologist
    • •Various other technologists (biomedical, orthopedic, and radiologic)
  19. The area between the patient drape and the instrument table is maintained as a ______
    “sterile corridor”
  20. cholecystectomy
    (surgical removal of the gallbladder)
  21. Which of the following individuals is not one of the sterile 
    A.Scrub nurse
    B.Circulating nurse
    C.Surgeon
    D.Assistant to the surgeon members of the surgical team?
  22. B.Circulating nurse
  23. Which of the following members of the surgical team would be most likely to assist you with placing the IR in a sterile cover and placing the IR under the patient?A.Anesthesiologist
    B.Circulating nurse
    C.Surgeon
    D.Another radiologic technologist
    C.Surgeon
  24. A surgical cholangiogram is performed to demonstrate: 

    A. the gallbladder.
    B. the common bile duct.
    C. the pancreatic duct.
    D. the ductus arteriosus
    B. the common bile duct.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. When performing a laparoscopic surgical procedure, the peritoneal cavity is insufflated with:
    A.carbon dioxide.
    B.nitrogen.
    C.room air.
    D.oxygen.
    A.carbon dioxide.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. Imaging may be required in surgery to localize:
    A.a foreign body.
    B.an instrument or sponge that is missing when these items are counted.
    C.the disc space where a spinal procedure will be located.
    D.any of the above.
    D.any of the above.
  27. The sterile corridor in the operating room is the area between the patient and the:

    A. surgeon.
    B. instrument tray.
    C. anesthesiologist.
    D. x-ray machine or C-arm fluoroscope.
    B. instrument tray.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  28. A rigid fiberoptic device for viewing inside the abdominal cavity is called a:A.gastroscope.
    B.colonoscope.
    C.laparoscope.
    D.bronchoscope.
    C.laparoscope.
  29. Which precaution must be followed when obtaining a bedside
    chest x-ray on a patient who has recently had a pacemaker implanted?

    A.Do not abduct the left arm.

    B.Do not abduct the right arm.

    C.Do not allow the patient to sit upright.

    D.Do not allow the patient to lie flat.
    A.Do not abduct the left arm.
  30. Which of the following actions is/are essential before
    performing a bedside radiographic examination?

    A.Check with the nurse in charge to inquire about the
    patient's condition.

    B.Confirm the order in the patient's chart.

    C.Greet the patient, check the armband, and prepare the
    room.

    D.All of the above.
    D.All of the above.
  31. 3. Nasogastric tubes are placed in patients for the purpose
    of:

    A.feeding.

    B.decompression of gas and fluids.

    C.imaging.

    D.all of the above
    D.all of the above
  32. An example of a nasogastric tube used to feed the patient is a _________ tube.
    A. Cantor
    B. Harris
    C. Miller–Abbott
    D. Dobbhoff
    D. Dobbhoff
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  33. The tip of a PICC or any central venous catheter should be visualized in the:
    A.right ventricle.
    B.vena cava
    C.right atrium.
    D.pulmonary artery.
    B.vena cava
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  34. When a Swan–Ganz catheter is in a wedged capillary position, it lies in:
    A.the right or left pulmonary artery.
    B.the right ventricle.
    C.a branch of the pulmonary artery (lung).
    D.the left atrium.
    A.the right or left pulmonary artery.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  35. Which of the following is NOT a central venous catheter?
    A. Hickman
    B. Groshong
    C. PICC
    D. Swan–Ganz
    D. Swan–Ganz
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  36. Bedside radiography may be advantageous for patients in:
    A.special care units.
    B.isolation.
    C.orthopedic traction.
    D.All of the above.
    D.All of the above.
  37. An implanted device that electrically stimulates the heart to control its rate is called a:
    A.pacemaker.
    B.central venous catheter.
    C.mechanical ventilator
    D.Salem–Sump.
    A.pacemaker.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  38. A surgical opening into the trachea that provides a temporary or permanent artificial airway is called a:

    A. tracheostomy.
    B. ventilator.
    C. tracheotomy.
    D. pacemaker.
    A. tracheostomy.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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