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HESI Radiography Practice Test 1a. Most Examined Questions and Answers. Graded A+

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HESI Radiography Practice Test 1a. Most Examined Questions and Answers. Graded A+ Which procedure is an example of surgical asepsis? A. Clean glove application. B. Hand washing C. Clean gown app... lication D. Surgical hand scrub. - D A radiographer receives a request for a portable chest x-ray and then performs the x-ray on the incorrect patient. Which legal term best describes the actions of the radiographer? A. Battery B. Negligence C. Assault D. Invasion of privacy - A The lead radiographer is planning a strategy to efficiently manage the morning workload. The department is short-staffed due to meetings, and four patients are now ready for their examinations. Assuming that none of the exams is emergent, which patient should be seen first? A. An 54-year-old male with type 2 diabetes for an upper GI B. A 18-year-old female for an intravenous urogram C. An 83-year-old female for a chest x-ray D. A two-year-old child for a barium swallow - DWhich type of contrast agent is preferred for low risk and low cost for a patient diagnosed with a possible perforated bowel? A. Barium sulfate suspension, flavored B. Gaseous media in the form of crystals C. Ionic, water soluble, diluted with juice D. Nonionic, water soluble, diluted with juice - C A patient reports symptoms including itching, rash formation, and difficulty breathing immediately following the administration of intravenous (IV) contrast media. Assuming the patient has had no prior exposure to radiopaque contrast media, what is the most likely cause of these symptoms? A. Acute bronchospasm B. Allergic reaction C. Anaphylactoid reaction D. Acute renal failure - C A patient received 100 ml of IV contrast media as a part of an abdominal computed tomography (CT) scan, as well as 500 ml of dilute, oral contrast, prior to coming to Radiology for a separate order, an intravenous urogram (IVU). The patient's creatinine is 0.4 mg/dl and BUN is 36 mg/dl. Why should this IVU be rescheduled? A. The presence of the previous oral contrast in the abdomen precludes an IVU. B. The lab values indicate increased risk for contrast injection. C. The lab values indicate that the contrast would not be excreted in sufficient quantity to be useful for an IVU. D. The presence of the previous intravenous contrast precludes an IVU - A The radiographer is assisting a patient to move from a wheelchair to the x-ray table. Which represents the safest practice by the radiographer when moving this patient?A. Maintain the center of gravity over the base of support. B. Extend the arms as far as possible to increase the base of support. C. Bend at the waist so the center of gravity is midway between the patient and the base of support. D. Reduce the base of support slightly so the center of gravity is easier to maintain. - A Which term best describes the process of cleaning the surfaces in a radiology department with 10% bleach solution in water? A. Sterile technique B. Medical asepsis C. Sterilization D. Surgical asepsis - B Which action is best taught to the patient using the communication technique of demonstration? A. The correct positioning for a particular projection. B. Instructions for donning and removing a patient gown. C. The correct direction to face when sitting at the radiography table. D. Direction on where to sit relative to the radiography table. - A Which actions should the radiographer take to help prevent acquired infections in hospitals or clinics? (Select the four that apply.) A. Placing used needles in sharps containers. B. Placing biologically soiled linen in biohazard linen bags. C. Wearing exam gloves and changing them between each patient. D. Placing used syringes in isolated trash receptacles. E. Washing hands frequently and using hand lotion afterward. - A. Placing used needles in sharps containers. B. Placing biologically soiled linen in biohazard linen bags.C. Wearing exam gloves and changing them between each patient. E. Washing hands frequently and using hand lotion afterward. Identify the medical conditions in a patient's history which should be cleared by the radiologist before injection of an ionic, water soluble, injectable contrast agent. (Select the four that apply.) A. Pheochromocytoma B. Age over 40 C. Compromised renal function D. Diabetes E. Sickle cell anemia - A. Pheochromocytoma C. Compromised renal function D. Diabetes E. Sickle cell anemia Which steps are involved in legally obtaining informed consent to perform a radiographic procedure? (Select the four that apply.) A. The patient has been informed about alternatives to this particular procedure. B. The patient has been informed about procedures in place to mitigate risks. C. The patient has been informed about the risks involved in the procedure. D. The patient is legally competent. E. The patient signed an informed consent form of their own volition in view of multiple witnesses - A. The patient has been informed about alternatives to this particular procedure. B. The patient has been informed about procedures in place to mitigate risks. C. The patient has been informed about the risks involved in the procedure. D. The patient is legally competent. How should a drug be administered to get the quickest response?A. Subcutaneously B. Intravenously C. Orally D. Rectally - B Which nonverbal cue best demonstrates attentiveness and concern for a patient who is giving a medical history? A. A pleasant smile. B. Consistent eye contact. C. Taking notes. D. Turning the head to the side to place one ear closer. - B A radiographer enters a room to take a portable foot series on a patient in her final trimester of pregnancy. The patient is just finishing her lunch and begins choking. How should the radiographer respond to this medical emergency? A. Place the patient in the Trendelenburg position. B. Start cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). C. Apply an inward and upward thrust in the midline of the abdomen. D. Initiate a backward thrust in the center of the sternum. - D [Show More]

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