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Skeletal Radiology IV: Benign Bone Tumors and Tumor Like-Conditions Part 1 – Flashcards 144 terms
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What are the two ventrally convexing regions of the spine? What are the dorsally convexing regions? What is the LOWEST point of the spine supine? What is the highest point of the spine supine?
-Cervical;lumbar -thoracic; sacral -Lowest T5-T6 -Highest L3
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What is the BEST method of opening the airway of an unresponsive victim when you do not suspect cervical spine injury?
Head tilt-chin lift.
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2. If respiratory compromise occurs, what action should the nurse take to keep the airway open without compromising Jonathan’s spine further?
Which of the following portions of the spine have a convex curve anteriorly?
Cervical, lumbar
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In Ankylosing spondylitis, where in the spine does the stiffness and pain begin? and then where does it move?
Stiffness and pain usually begins in the pelvis and near the base of the spine and progresses upward through the back to the neck. It can also affect the hips and shoulders, the other larger joints of the arms and legs, and the heels.
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What area of the spine do most herniated intervertebral disks occur?
The child’s spine is very mobile, especially the cervical spine region,
resulting in a high risk for cervical spine injury.
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maintain the airway while keeping the spine properly aligned, assess respirations and give supplemental oxygen
treatment for a patient with a spinal injury include
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If a victim with a suspected head, neck or spine injury becomes nauseous or starts to vomit you should –
maintain manual stabilization while you roll them onto their side
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The spine consits of? #verabrae, cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacrac, coccygeal?
33 vertabrae 7 cervicle 12 thoracic 5 lumbar 5 fused sacral 5 fused coccygeal
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