You are going on a ward to make an x-ray, and discover that no three-prong
socket is available there. You should:
a. Put a rubber sheet under the patient.
b. Remove the extra prong from the plug.
Wear rubber gloves.
d. Be sure to ground the machine before making the exposure.
If a shock victim is still in contact with the current, the first thing to do is to:
a. Call a doctor.
b. Give closed chest massage.
Turn off the current, if possible.
X-rays eject electrons from some of the atoms of tissue they strike. These atoms
are then said to be:
One of the most common ways to check for excess irradiation of x-ray personnel is
the use of:
a. A film badge.
b. Canaries in the control booth.
A geiger counter.
d. The target plan.