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non invasive
means that the body is not entered with any type of instrument; the sking and other body tissues, organs, and cavities remain in tact
When the body is not entered with any type of instrument; the sking and other body tissues, organs, and cavities remain in tact
non invasive
invasive
When the body's tissues, organs, and cavities are accessed throug some type of instrument
When the body's tissues, organs, and cavities are accessed throug some type of instrument
invasive
procedural sedation
a minimally depressed level of consciousness during which the client retains the ability to maintain a continuously patent airway and respond appropriately to physical stimulation or verbal commands
a minimally depressed level of consciousness during which the client retains the ability to maintain a continuously patent airway and respond appropriately to physical stimulation or verbal commands
procedural sedation
stable
alert and with vital signs withing the clients normal range
alert and with vital signs withing the clients normal range
stable
Normal Vital Signs:
BP = 120/80
P = 60-100
R = 16-20
BP = 120/80
P = 60-100
R = 16-20
Normal Vital Signs:
hematuria
blood in the urine
blood in the urine is known as
hematuria
analytes
measured substances
measured substances
analytes
venipuncture
the use of a needle to puncture a vein to aspirate blood
the use of a needle to puncture a vein to aspirate blood
venipuncture
phlebotomists
individuals who perform venipuncture
individuals who perform venipuncture
phlebotomists
central line
a venous catheter inserted into the superior vena cava through the subclavian or internal or external juglar vein
a venous catheter inserted into the superior vena cava through the subclavian or internal or external juglar vein
central line
port-a-cath
a port that has been implanted under the skin
a port that has been implanted under the skin
port-a-cath
void
eliminate urine
eliminate urine
void
type and crossmatch
identifies the clients blood type and determines compatibility of blood between a potential donor and recipient
identifies the clients blood type and determines compatibility of blood between a potential donor and recipient
type and crossmatch
antigens
are substances, ususally proteins, that couse the formation of and react specifically with antibodies
are substances, ususally proteins, that couse the formation of and react specifically with antibodies
antigens