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Legal document prepared by a living, competent adult to provide guidance to the health care team if the individual should become unable to make decisions regarding his or her medical care; may also be called a living will or durable power of attorney for health care

Advance directive

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exchange of information, thoughts, or messages; includes interpersonal rapports; also includes the accurate conveyance of information, clear self expression, and transmission of information and ideas to others. medical charting and documentation is a form of communication between health care professionals.

Communication

3

ability to evaluate, perceive, and control emotions

Emotional Intelligence

4

Pertaining to the study of older adults

Gerontology

5

Someone who has been admitted to the hospital for diagnostic studies or treatment

Inpatient

6

Model of human needs developed by Abraham Maslow, original hierarchy identifies two types of needs; deficiency and growth needs were further divided into seven levels, four at the deficiency needs level (physiologic, safety, belongingness, and love, and esteem) and three in the upper growth needs level (need to know and understand, aesthetic, and self actualization)

Maslows Hierarchy of Needs

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exchange of information, thoughts, or messages using methods other than the actual words of speech - for example, tone of voice, speeds of speech, facial expressions, and position of the speakers extremities and torso (body language)

Non-verbal communication

8

Patient who comes to a health care facility for diagnosis or treatment but does not usually occupy a bed overnight.

Outpatient

9

application of light pressure with the fingers

Palpation

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Music of language; cadence and rhythm of speech

Paralanguage

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objective evaluation and determination of the status of a patient

Patient Assessment 

12

messages using spoken words; the exchange of information or thoughts; can be dramatically shaped by vocabulary clarity, tone, pitch of voice, and even the organization of sentences

Verbal communication

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is a people-oriented, hands on profession that requires proficiency in a wide variety of communication.

Radiologic technology

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the ability to look at yourself and at others in an effort to recognize and understand emotions, and to use that recognition and understanding to manage those emotions in both arenas.

Emotional Intelligence

15

What famous quote come from Louis Nizer?

"Words of comfort, skillfully administered, are the oldest therapy known to man"

16

List 6 career ambitions that students and technologist have to satisfy 

  1. Helping others 
  2. Working with people 
  3. Making a differance 
  4. Thinking critically 
  5. Demonstrating creativity 
  6. Achieving results 

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_________ suggests that people strive from a basic level of physiologic needs toward a level of self-acualization. 

Maslow

18

The highest level of Maslows Hierarchy of needs is?

Self-acualization 

19

The word ambulatory means that the patient...

can walk 

20

what would you NOT want to discuss with the patient? 

medical chart 

21

Questions about the diagnosis of an examination from a patient or vistor are best answered by: 

explaining that only a radiologist can read radiographs 

22

Which method is effective in communicating with a patient? 

  1. Professtional apperance  
  2. touch 
  3. pantomime techniques 

23

In what instances is touching a patient valuable? 

  1. For emotional support
  2. for emphasis 
  3. for palpation

24

What characterizes the development of a toddler (1 to 3 years of ages) ? 

  1. Understands simple abstractions 
  2. is unable to understand more than one word for something 
  3. is unable to take the viewpoint of another 

25

Of the changes that occur in geriactric pateints that are especially important when patients are undergoing radiologic examinations, what may produce patient paranoia about potential falls with potential for permanent loss of mobility?

Osteoporotic loss of bone mass 

26

What is considered to be the first stage of acceptance of dying for a terminally ill patient?

Denial and isolation 

27

What permits the patient to begin to work through the various stages that precede dying? 

open awareness 

28

What is considered undesirable for conducting a clinical history interview with a patient? 

asking vague questions 

29

What term includes a description of the color, quantity, and consistency of blood or other body substances?

Quality 

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determinization of a precise area, usually through palpation or careful wording of questions

localization