Patient Care in Radiography: With an Introduction to Medical Imaging / Edition 7

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With clear, step-by-step instructions and more than 400 detailed full-color illustrations, Patient Care in Radiography, 8th Edition helps you develop the technical and interpersonal skills necessary to effectively care for radiography patients in the clinical environment. Current, comprehensive coverage aligned with ASRT curriculum guidelines helps you connect concepts to clinical applications and confidently master essential procedures and techniques for safety, transfer, positioning, infection control, assessment, and more.

  • Integrated patient care tips and procedure descriptions help you ensure high-quality patient care as well as technical proficiency.

  • Infection control content helps you prevent the spread of diseases.

  • Special coverage familiarizes you with appropriate patient care for a wide range of imaging modalities.

  • Procedure photo-essays walk you through essential techniques.

  • Case studies help you build the critical thinking and problem-solving skills to address situations you may encounter on the job.

  • Chapter outlines, objectives, key terms, summaries, review questions, and critical thinking activities highlight the most important chapter content and help you retain information more effectively.
  • NEW! Updated content reflects the latest advances in:
    • Patient comfort measures
    • Patient care relative to patient age
    • Assisting patients with dressing and undressing
    • Assessment of extremities in casts
    • Assessments of pediatric patients for evidence of potential child abuse
    • Assessment of geriatric patients for evidence of potential elder abuse
    • Descriptions and precautions for pediatric IV medication administration
    • Information on pulmonary embolism
    • Information on Jackson-Pratt and Penrose drains
  • NEW! Full-color illustrations and photographs clarify techniques and clinical details.
  • NEW! Safety boxes with warning icons alert you to common safety concerns youĂ•ll encounter in practice.
  • NEW! Real-world scenarios throughout the text help you understand the practical application of chapter concepts.
  • NEW! Simplified organization makes complex content more accessible and helps you study more efficiently.
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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher

The primary audience for this book will be undergraduate students on diagnostic radiography programmes. Academics will also find this book of interest as there are many useful resources available both within the text book and as online resources. The text is well written and clear. Crucial information is signposted...making it easy to find.

This is a welcome new edition of a respected book which could be included as a recommended text for undergraduate students.'

Radiography, June 2012

"This book seeks to address all aspects of patient care and (in just under 500 pages) largely succeeds, using a logical and thorough approach...The scope of the information is surprisingly wide, covering everything from the psychology of patients having special needs to the practicalities of setting up a sterile trolley...All-in-all, this is a well-trusted, fact packed, easy to access resource and, despite its American leaning, has a lot to offer UK radiography students."

RAD Magazine, Aug 2012

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780323051781
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 2/27/2008
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 7
  • Pages: 480
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Radiology Faculty (Retired), Western States Chiropractic College, Portland, OR; Adjunct Faculty, Portland Community College, Portland, OR

Faculty & Clinical Coordinator, Radiography Program, Portland Community College, Portland, OR

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Table of Contents

Part I Introduction to Radiography

1. X-ray Production

2. Technical Factors in Radiography

3. Radiation Effects and Radiation Safety

4. Imaging Services in the Healthcare Delivery System

5. Professional Behavior and Legal Considerations

Part II: Patient Care

6. Professional Attitudes and Communications

7. Workplace Safety

8. Infection Control Concepts

9. Infectious Diseases: Preventing Disease Transmission

10. Responding to PatientsÕ Personal and Physical Needs

11. Patient Assessment

12. Patient Transfer

13. Medication Information

14. Medication Administration

15. Emergency Response

16. Dealing with Acute Situations

Part III: Patient Care in Specific Procedures and Environments

17. Preparation and Examination of the Gastrointestinal Tract

18. Surgical Asepsis

19. Contrast Media and Special Radiographic Techniques

20. Mobile Radiography, Special Care Units, and Specialty Equipment

21. Surgical Radiography

22. Special Imaging Modalities

Appendices

A. Radiography Practice and Standards

B. Informed Consent Form

C. Abbreviated List of Phrases with Guides to Pronunciation for Four Languages

D. Accepted Abbreviations and Descriptive Terms for Charting

E. Incident Report Form/Unusual Occurrence Report

F. Radiology Department Infection Control Procedures

G. Isolation Guidelines

H. Two- and Three-Person Lift

I. Urine Collection

J. Iodinated Contrast Media Products for Radiography

K. Catheterization Technique

Glossary

Illustration Credits

Index

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