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5 Matching questions

  1. Hemodialysis
  2. End-stage renal disease
  3. Acute renal failure
  4. Enuresis
  5. Dysuria
  1. a a process of removing waste products excess fluids and electrolytes from the blood
  2. b stage of failure in which the kidneys ultimately lose the ability to excrete waste products and regulate fluid and electrolytes
  3. c pain on urination
  4. d a sudden decrease in or total lack of kidney function; it can be reversed with prompt treatment
  5. e urinary incontinence after voluntary control has normally been reached

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. need to void more than usual
  2. urine remaining in the bladder following the voiding
  3. inability to control elimination
  4. diuresis; excessive urination
  5. a process for eliminating nephrotoxins and retained fluid from the body

5 True/False questions

  1. Urinary retentionthe inability to empty the bladder completely

          

  2. Pyelonephritisan inflammation that affects the kidney pelvis and parenchyma

          

  3. Pyuriapain on urination

          

  4. Nephronsfunctional units of the kidneys which filter the blood and remove metabolic wastes

          

  5. Renal failurea condition in which the kidneys are unable to carry out the normal functions necessary to eliminate waste products and maintain fluid and electrolyte balance

          

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