The Renal System (2)
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Anatomy and physiology of the renal system; assessment of clients with renal problems; diagnostic tests and laboratory exams.
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- Mr. Cruz, a 46-year-old newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, is told by the nurse to return to the clinic in 1 week fro renal function tests. The nurse realizes that patients with type 2 diabetes
- As a nurse, you will be teaching clients with urinary calculi to modify their diet. Arrange the following foods according to the type of diet prescribe: Alkaline-Ash Diet or Acid-Ash Diet
- A client receiving peritoneal dialysis has outflow that is less than the inflow for two consecutive exchanges. Which of the following actions would be best for the nurse to tkae first?
- Urine formation originates from the glomerulus and is deposited in the Bowman's capsule. From the Bowman's capsule the filtrate travels through
- The nurse would assess a client with kidney stones for which of the following to best determine whether the client is developing renal colic?
- This treatment has been used experimentally to remove serum immune complexes as a treatment for immune-mediated forms of glomerulonephritis
- The nurse explains to a patient with a Foley catheter who has developed a UTI that antibiotic therapy may be prolonged because
- Urinalysis can reveal several renal disorders. Match the following results of urine analysis to suggested renal conditions.
- In gathering date on an elderly male client the nurse suspects that the most likely cause of his urinary retention is:
- Clients who are diagnosed with Chronic Renal Failure will have a characteristic dry flakey, itchy skin. This is called
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