9780721606323

Fundamentals of Special Radiographic Procedures

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  • ISBN13:

    9780721606323

  • ISBN10:

    0721606326

  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 3/1/2006
  • Publisher: SAUNDERS W B CO

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Summary

Providing essential information for the specializing technologist, this text covers topics such as angiography, cardiac catheterization, and vascular interventions. A general overview includes room design, image recording systems, injection devices, contrast media, and catheters. Inside, you'll find advanced, practical information that you can use in the clinical setting! Book jacket.

Table of Contents

PART I DESIGN AND EQUIPMENT
Design Elements for Advanced Procedures
1(17)
Diagnosis versus Treatment
1(1)
Advanced Procedure Room and Suite Design
2(1)
Interventional Radiography Room and Suite Design
3(4)
Additional Design Considerations
7(11)
Image Capture---Analog and Digital
18(25)
Direct Imaging Systems
19(3)
Indirect Imaging Systems
22(1)
Image Output
23(2)
Laser Imaging Systems
25(1)
Digital Imaging
26(7)
Image Subtraction---How to See More with Less
33(10)
Automatic Injection Devices
43(16)
Automatic Injectors
45(7)
CT Injectors
52(3)
MRI Injectors
55(4)
Instrumentation and Accessories
59(14)
Catheters
59(6)
Needles and Accessories
65(3)
Procedure Trays and Sets
68(1)
Accessories
69(4)
PART II BASIC PHARMACOLOGY
Introduction to Pharmacology
73(28)
Terminology
74(1)
Routes of Administration
74(16)
Conscious Sedation
90(1)
Pharmacological Agents Used During Advanced Procedures
90(11)
Contrast Media
101(16)
Types
102(1)
Classes of Radiopaque Contrast Media
102(5)
Excretory Pathways
107(1)
General Precautions
108(1)
Reactions
109(2)
Complications
111(1)
Specialty Contrast Agents
112(5)
PART III PATIENT COMMUNICATION AND CARE
Principles of Patient Care
117(11)
General Principles
118(10)
Principles of Angiography
128(17)
Historical Perspective
129(1)
Monitoring Techniques
130(1)
Basic Principles of Electrocardiography
131(3)
Establishment of Vessel Access
134(7)
Vessel Puncture Closure Devices
141(4)
PART IV SPECIAL MODALITIES
Computed Tomography
145(20)
Standard Computed Tomography
145(12)
Electron Beam Tomography
157(8)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
165(22)
Magnets
166(1)
Room Design
167(2)
Equipment Groups
169(4)
Physical Principles
173(7)
Gradient System
180(1)
Technical Considerations
181(1)
Magnetic Resonance Angiography
181(6)
Nuclear Medicine---SPECT, PET, and Fusion Imaging
187(14)
Nuclear Medicine
188(13)
PART V DIAGNOSTIC VASCULAR PROCEDURES
Cardiac and Thoracic Procedures
201(32)
Normal Blood Vessel Structure
202(1)
Common Vascular Pathophysiology
203(1)
Anatomic Considerations
204(9)
Indications and Contraindications
213(1)
Diagnostic Procedures
214(8)
Hemodynamics and Calculations
222(3)
Contrast Agents
225(1)
Equipment
225(1)
Patient Positioning
225(1)
Complications
226(7)
Abdominal Aortography and Genitourinary System Procedures
233(18)
Anatomic Considerations
234(6)
Diagnostic Procedures
240(1)
Indications and Contraindications
241(5)
Contrast Agents
246(2)
Complications
248(3)
Visceral Angiography
251(13)
Anatomic Considerations
251(6)
Diagnostic Procedures
257(1)
Indications and Contraindications
258(1)
Vessel Access
259(1)
Contrast Agents
260(1)
Patient Positioning
261(1)
Complications
261(3)
Peripheral Vascular Procedures
264(22)
Anatomic Considerations
265(8)
Diagnostic Procedures
273(2)
Indications and Contraindications
275(2)
Vessel Access
277(3)
Contrast Agents
280(1)
Patient Positioning
280(2)
Complications
282(4)
Neurologic Vascular Procedures
286(21)
Anatomic Considerations
287(6)
Diagnostic Procedures
293(1)
Indications and Contraindications
294(1)
Vessel Access
295(1)
Contrast Agents
296(1)
Equipment
296(1)
Patient Positioning
297(5)
Complications
302(5)
PART VI INTERVENTIONAL TECHNIQUES
Vascular Interventional Procedures
307(31)
Techniques Used to Reduce Blood Flow
308(7)
Techniques Used to Increase Blood Flow
315(13)
Removal of Intravascular Foreign Bodies
328(2)
Other Interventional Procedures
330(8)
Cardiac Interventions
338(16)
Percutaneous Coronary Interventions
339(15)
Nonvascular Interventional Procedures
354(27)
Anatomy and Pathophysiology
355(4)
General Methodology of Procedures
359(22)
PART VII OTHER SPECIAL PROCEDURES
Hysterosalpingography
381(13)
Anatomic Considerations
381(2)
Indications and Contraindications
383(1)
Contrast Agents
384(2)
Patient Preparation
386(1)
Procedure
386(1)
Equipment
387(1)
Patient Positioning
388(1)
Other Modalities
389(5)
Myelography
394(20)
Anatomic Considerations
395(4)
Indications and Contraindications
399(1)
Patient Preparation
399(1)
Contrast Agents
400(1)
Procedure
400(4)
Equipment
404(1)
Patient Positioning
405(9)
Sialography
414(10)
Anatomic Considerations
414(2)
Indications and Contraindications
416(1)
Contrast Agents
416(1)
Patient Preparation
416(1)
Procedure
416(1)
Equipment
417(1)
Patient Positioning
417(7)
Arthrography
424(12)
Anatomic Considerations
424(3)
Indications and Contraindications
427(1)
Contrast Agents
428(1)
Procedure
429(1)
Equipment
430(1)
Patient Positioning
431(5)
Appendix 1: Custom Formation of Catheters 436(3)
Appendix 2: Reference Sources for Pharmaceutical Information 439(1)
Answers to Study Questions 440(2)
Glossary 442

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