Pharmacology and Drug Administration for Imaging Technologists / Edition 1by Steven C. Jensen, Michael P. Peppers
Pub. Date: 08/28/1998
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
With a greater emphasis on drug administration both in the clinical setting and on national and state accrediting examinations, this text is very timely for students and technologists. The book is a combination text and workbook with broad application to all the imaging technologies, not just plain film radiography. It opens with introductory material and includes
With a greater emphasis on drug administration both in the clinical setting and on national and state accrediting examinations, this text is very timely for students and technologists. The book is a combination text and workbook with broad application to all the imaging technologies, not just plain film radiography. It opens with introductory material and includes pharmacological nomenclature, drug classifications, pharmacokinetics, and drugs used in imaging, as well as comprehensive coverage of diagnostic contrast agents. In addition, drug administration procedures are presented along with emergency responses to drug reactions and legal and ethical aspects of medication administration.
* Combination text and workbook makes this sometimes difficult to comprehend information accessible to students and practitioners.
• Clearly written text and useful tables of drug pharmacodynamics, classification, and chemistry, especially radiopaque contrast media, assists readers in understanding the cellular and systemic effects of drugs.
• In-depth study of drug pharmacokinetics describes the manner in which drugs are absorbed, metabolized, distributed, and eliminated for a better understanding of drug doses and interactions.
• Detailed drug administration descriptions prepare students to perform or assist with procedures in the clinical environment.
• Complete coverage of emergency procedures prepares imaging technologists for treating adverse reactions following drug administration.
- Elsevier Health Sciences
- Publication date:
- Edition description:
- Older Edition
- Product dimensions:
- 8.50(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.40(d)
- Age Range:
- 18 Years
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The Role of the Imaging Professional Historical Perspective Role of the Imaging Technologists Ethical and Legal Implications Chapter 2 Principles of Pharmacology Definition of Pharmacology Drug Nomenclature and Classification Charting Drug References Chapter 3 Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics Absorption Distribution Metabolism Elimination Chapter 4 Pharmacodynamics Theories of Drug Action Serum Concentration Chapter 5 Classification, Chemistry and Pharmacology of Contrast Agents Ionic: High Osmolar Agents Low Osmolar Agents Non-ionic: High Osmolar Agents Low Osmolar Agents Ct/mri/dsa Agents Ultrasound Agents Chapter 6 Pharmacokinetics of Radiopaque Contrast Media Mechanism of Action Onset of Action Duration of Action Adverse/toxic Effects Drug-drug Interactions and Incompatibilities Chapter 7 Routes of Drug Administration *Oral *Sublingual *Topical *Parenteral Chapter 8 Infection Control Chapter 9 Intravenous Drug Administration Technique (Venipuncture) *Peripheral Circulatory Anatomy *Injection Steps*Needle Selection*Syringe and Needle Disposal*Site Preparation Chapter 10 Emergency Pharmacology and Conscious Sedation Basic Life Support Anaphylactic/anaphylactoid Cardiac Respiratory
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