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Daniel Jimmerson
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Advanced Pathophysiology Chronic Renal Failure Nursing
Patho:Chapter 38: Alterations of Renal and Urinary Tract Function – Flashcards 33 terms
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Alterations of Renal, Urinary Tract, and Digestive Function – Flashcards 62 terms
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A 71-year-old patient with a diagnosis of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) has been scheduled for a contact laser technique. What is the primary goal of this intervention? A. Resumption of normal urinary drainage B. Maintenance of normal sexual functioning C. Prevention of acute or chronic renal failure D. Prevention of fluid and electrolyte imbalances
A. Resumption of normal urinary drainage The most significant signs and symptoms of BPH relate to the disruption of normal urinary drainage and consequent urine retention, incontinence, and pain. A laser technique vaporizes prostate tissue and cauterizes blood vessels and is used as an effective alternative to a TURP to resolve these problems. Fluid imbalances, sexual functioning, and kidney disease may result from uncontrolled BPH, but the central focus remains urinary drainage.
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A patient with chronic renal failure receiving epoetin alfa will be having a total left hip arthroplasty. What supplementation should the patient receive prior to surgery?
An iron supplement
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The patient with chronic renal failure requires an agent to increase red blood cell production. What drug does the nurse anticipate administering?
Which of the following is as integumentary manifestation of chronic renal failure? a) Gray-brown skin color b) Tremors c) Seizures d) Asterixis
Gray-brown skin color
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What bone-related changes should a nurse expect to see in a client with chronic renal failure? (only 1) Calcification Demineralization Increased bone density Bone marrow hyperplasia
Demineralization (A client with chronic renal failure cannot make sufficient amounts of active vitamin D. As a result, these clients are at risk of demineralization of the bone due to impaired calcium absorption in the intestine. )
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Which of the following foods should be limited in a patient with chronic renal failure (CRF)? a. Milk b. Bananas c. Soy sauce d. All of the above
Which sudden onset condition is characterized by uremia? A) acute renal failure B) nephrotic syndrome C) end-stage renal disease D) chronic renal failure
The patient with chronic renal failure requires an agent to increase red blood cell production. What drug does the nurse anticipate administering? a) Epoetin alfa b) Thrombopoetin c) Filgrastim d) Oprelvekin
The nurse is caring for a client with chronic renal failure and is assessing the client’s urine output for the shift. In calculating the expected urine output, the nurse knows that the body produces _______ mL of urine per minute.
1. The kidneys produce approximately 1 mL of urine each minute.
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* A client with chronic renal failure has been prescribed diuretics. What are some important nursing activities for this client’s care? (Select all that apply.) a) Check for swallowing problems b) Check temperature regularly c) Monitor intake and output d) Check hydration status e) Monitor client for anxiety
c) Monitor intake and output d) Check hydration status Temperature alteration, anxiety, and swallowing disorders are not normally associated with the administration of diuretics. The accurate measurement of intake and urine output is significant since diuretics increase urine excretion of both water and electrolytes. Understanding Diuretics can affect hydration status.
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