MA 150 wk 4
Card Set Information
MA 150 wk 4
Eating, Consuming, Swallowing
Prolactin Specific Antigen
Prostate Specific Antigen
Partial Thromboplastin Time
Red Blood Cell Count
Total Blood Volume
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone
Venereal Disease Research Laboratory
Breast Cancer Antigen
Liquid used to dissolve & dilute a drug.
Within the upper layers of the skin, 5 degree angle
Within the muscle, 90 degree angle
Directly into the vein.
Beneath the skin, 45 degree angle
Giving drugs by any other means than through the GI tract.
Needles inside diameter
The space or opening at the end of a needle.
small bottle with a rubber diaphram
skin tightly stretched
1st level, scrubbing of instruments & equipment
2nd level of infection control
3rd level, required for all instruments or supplies that penetrate a patients skin
cleaning product used on human tissue
cleaning products applied to instruments & equipment to reduce or eliminate infectious organisms
hospital-related infection. transmission of disease from an infected patient
positive test result where the skin turns red & becomes raised & hard
1996 combination of Universal Precautions transmission based for public health care.
"universal blood & body fluid precautions" for health care workers by the CDC
administration of a vacine or toxoid to reduce risk or prevent illness.
strips that confirm that the items in the autoclave have been correctly sterilized
a symptom that renders use of a remedy or procedure inadvisable because of risk
radiologist uses contrast medium & fluoroscopy to help diagnose
xray of internal body structures & functions done while taking a contrast medium
high-frequency sound waves through the skin produces images based on the echoes
performed to diagnose breast tumors
used for diagnosing brain-related conditions
performed by radiologist, injects a contrast medium into a vein
insertion of a catheter , wire or other testing device into a patients blood vessel or organ
procedures such as standard x-ray /ultrasound to view internal structures