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PATHOLOGY OF KIDNEYS.
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PATHOLOGY OF KIDNEYS/PATHOLOGY OF KIDNEYS. Crescentic Glomerulonephritis (Rapidly Progressive Glomerulonephritis / RPGN) • Severe glomerular injury and does not denote a specific etiologic form of glomerulonephritis.

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NUR 2407 - Pharmacology ATI Review (100% correct)/NUR 2407 - Pharmacology ATI Review (100% correct). Chapter 1 4 phases Absorption Distribution Medication requires binding proteins (ex. Albumin) Metabolism Primarily by the liver, can also be done by kidneys, bowel and blood First pass effect – the rapid uptake and metabolism of an agent into inactive compounds by the liver, before it reaches the systemic circulation Excretion Primarily through the kidneys Therapeutic index

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NUR 311-adams5e_tif_ch24_final-Adams, Pharmacology for Nurses: A Pathophysiologic Approach, 5/E Chapter 24
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Adams, Pharmacology for Nurses: A Pathophysiologic Approach, 5/E Chapter 24 Question 1 Type: MCMA The patient has been diagnosed with chronic renal failure and is receiving hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ). The nurse has taught the patient about the importance of kidney function and evaluates that learning has occurred when the patient makes which statements? Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected. Standard Text: Select all that apply. 1. "Kidneys...

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CARE OF PATIENTS WITH AKI #5 & CKD #5| PHARMACOLOGY STUDY GUIDE
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care of patients with AKI #5 and CKD #5 Definition of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) ● Rapid loss of renal function due to damage to the kidneys - Build up of waste products in the blood • Urea • Creatinine - Fluid and electrolyte imbalances - Metabolic acidosis ● Can be reversible if caught early and cause treated *Mastice: Most common in the acute care setting Affects many body systems Comes on quickly; kidneys are not able to filter the blood as they no...

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NURSING MEDSURGE -Renal -Study Guide.
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NURSING MEDSURGE -Renal -Study Guide/NURSING MEDSURGE -Renal -Study Guide. Renal/Urinary System. The primary function of the kidneys is regulating the volume and composition of extracellular fluid. Additionally, the kidneys assist in: Control of BP Erythropoietin production Vitamin D activation Acid-base regulation. The kidneys secrete food and waste products that are not eliminated by other organs through the formation of urine.

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Mindmap about the kidneys
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This is a mindmap/ summary about the kidneys. It includes: -glomerular filtration and its regulation -overview about reabsorption, secretion, excretion -ADH /vasopressin stimulus, control and function -RAAS: Renin-ANgiotensin-Aldosterone- System: stimulus and function -Kidney Function tests overview -Overview of hyperglycemia, hematuria, proteinuria, the renal threshold of glucose and Diabetes Mellitus type 1 and 2 (definitions, very short explanations) -Short explanation of the Bilirubin Metabo...

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NURS 4628 -Renal MS1 & MS2.
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NURS 4628 -Renal MS1 & MS2/NURS 4628 -Renal MS1 & MS2. The Kidneys Each kidney has one oxygenated artery, which is filled with nutrients, oxygen, and waste products. Each kidney also has a vein that goes back to the heart, this vein keeps the good nutrients, oxygen (less), and no waste. Basically, the kidney acts as a filter for our bodies. (The filtration happens in the capillary beds) Kidney uses some of the oxygen to maintain its own tissue and sends the other with essential nutrients to ven...

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Anatomy_ch_1_3-Test Bank/Anatomy_ch_1_3Test Bank. Which of the following are NOT part of the reproductive system? Kidneys Which of the following is NOT a component of the reproductive system? Bladder Which of the following is/are contained by the spermatic cord? All of the listed responses are correct. During development, the testes form in which location? in the abdominal cavity What is the layer immediately covering the testes? tunica vaginalis The maturation process through w...

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