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Renal Failure 1

Acute and Chronic Renal Failure

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1.What is one of the functions of a normal kidney? A. Erythropoietin production
2.What is chronic renal failure? B. Irreversible destruction of nephrons in both kidneys.
3.What is one of the causes of CRF? C. Diabetes Mellitus
4.What is the lab test that is used to diagnose CRF? D. BUN
5.Symptoms you might see in CRF? E. Hypertension
6.What body system is effected with CRF? F. Cardiovascular
7.Medication given to CRF clients. G. Anticonvulsants
8.A tool used for a CRF patient to have dialysis done. H. Fistula
9.A type of treatment done to clean the blood of a CRF client. I. Hemodialysis
10.Major concern with peritoneal dialysis. J. Infection
11.Peritoneal dialysis can be done? K. Anywhere
12.What should be done when you are assessing a fistula or graft? L. Listen for bruit fell the thrill
13.What does CAPD stand for? M. Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis
14.What color should return dialysate fluid be? N. Clear pale yellow
15.What techinique is used with peritoneal dialysis? O. Strict aseptic
16.Signs of possible infection. P. Cloudy urine
17.Signs of kidney rejection. Q. Graft site tenderness
18.One of the forms of acute renal failure. R. Intrarenal failure
19What causes postrenal failure? S. Obstruction
20.How do you fixed Intrarenal failure? T. IV fluid
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