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cna 10&11

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fluid output kidneys, skin, intestinal tract, and emesis
symptoms of dehydration thirst, decreased urination, dry skin, parched or cracked lips and tongue
symptoms of edema swelling of feet, ankles, face, hands, and fingers, weight gain, collection of fluid in abdomen and lungs, decreased urine output
NPO nothing by mouth
urine output 50-80cc in one hour and 1500-2000 in 24 hours
sympathetic controls response to stress and danger
parasympathetic conserves energy through relaxing and sleep
thrombosis blood clot
embolus moving blood clot
cva= cerebral vascular accident=stroke
3 c's of AD caution, communication, comfort
urine is made in the kidneys
urine is stored in the bladder
keeping tack of fluids and their balance is called intake and output I and O
Created by: lwright