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The most common diagnostic for the urinary system is? C&S (culture and sensitivity)
Serum vaules generally evaluated for determining urinary system function include? Creatinine and BUN
After a renal ultrasound, the nurse should encourage the patient to increase fluid intake to? Remove dye from kidneys
Most significant of the following in the nursing assessment of a pt. with a GU disorder would be? Vital signs, elevated BP especially.
Nursing responsibilities for a pt receiving IVP include? Asking if she is allergic to iodine, shellfish, or clams.
Nursing responsibilities for a pt with renal calculi include? Straining all of the patient's urine
When obtaining a hx on a pt. with suspected renal disease, the most significant info would be a hx of? Diabetes, HTN, Streptococcal infections
Created by: mzstaceeboo