Sialography is the imaging of the salivary glands, most commonly the parotid gland. The salivary ducts are conventionally examined fluoroscopically with high sensitivity, though cross-sectional imaging with CT or MR sialography has also been described.
- Interview patient for allergies and NBM
- Advice patient to bring sour food such as pickles a.k.a “asam”
- Prepared items need to be used during the procedure.
- Prepare patient in patient attire
- Position patient in supine position
- Monitor any allergies reaction
- Monitor patient condition
- Ready assist for doctor’s needs
- Assess any post procedure allergies reaction
- Advice patient to change to normal cloth
- Assess patient if having any dizziness for post procedure
- Dx set a.k.a dressing set disposable x1
- Branula 22G x1
- Branula 24G x1
- Omnipaque 300 x1
- Syringe 1cc x1
- Rabinov sialography set x1
- Gauze x2 pack
- Local spray (from ENT clinic)
- Disposable glove ( Doctors will do medical hand wash before wearing gloves.
- Alcohol swab x1
- Plaster (for secure the rabinov set)