Here are the answers for Renal Failure & Dialysis, Part 1 exam: 1. A. Osmosis allows for the removal of fluid from the blood by allowing it to pass through the semipermeable membrane to an area of high concentrate (dialysate), and diffusion allows
Oligura– urine output less than 400ml/day Anuria– Urine output less than 50ml/day Higher specific gravity= MORE concentrated urine Lower specific gravity= Dilute- more ‘watery’ Acute Renal Failure– Reversable- Sudden and almost complete loss of kidney fxn over hours to days. Increase in
One of the most difficult courses in nursing school is Pharmacology. There are hundreds of medications that must be learned, along with their indications, contraindications, side effects, dosing, and much more. Learning all the medications you need to know to pass the
NCLEX Practice Test 2016 Questions 1. Answer: A. The client is oriented to time, place, and person. Hepatic coma is the most advanced stage of hepatic encephalopathy. As hepatic coma resolves, improvement in the client’s level of consciousness occurs. The client should
1. Nurse Albie is caring for a patient with hepatic coma, which outcome would be the most appropriate? A. The client is oriented to time, place, and person. B. The client exhibits no ecchymotic areas. C. The client increases oral intake to
1. Today in Jezza’s class, they are discussing about the cranial nerves. What equipment would be necessary to complete an evaluation of cranial nerves 9 and 10 during a physical assessment? a. A cotton ball b. A penlight c. An ophthalmoscope d.
Let’s face it, though we may at times like it, though we know that it has a lot of advantages, studying is not always something you look forward to. However, since you are working towards a goal, becoming a Registered Nurse, that
You’ve just graduated from nursing school and are still feeling the “finally getting there” vibe. You are excited to finally be able to reach your dream of becoming a Registered Nurse when you hear the news that there have been changes being