5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- why do AA have different GFR calculation?
- 3 populations at risk for aspiration
- fluid in dialysis diet--limit what and why?
- functional unit of kidney
- dialysate for PD is high in
- a glucose
- b increased amount of muscle mass compared to other races
- c limit salt to prevent fluid gain b/w dialysis Trx--ID wt gain shouldn't exceed 5% body wt. reduced intake=reduced thirst
- d nephron
- e infants/toddlers, older adults, those w/ oral, upper GI, neurologic or muscular abnormalities.
5 Multiple choice questions
- form after infection in urinary tract, contains Mg and ammonia, more common in women
- CAPD (continuous ambulatory) and CCPD (continuous cyclical)
- acute renal failure--alteration of daily metabolic waste excretion. Oliguria or normal urine output.
- permanent access to bloodstream---arteriovenous fistula (abnormal passageway between an artery and a vein--blood flow is higher), artificial loop graft, subclavian catheter (usually temporary)
- Sx, time of exposure to sx, suspected foods, when exposed?
5 True/False questions
CHO & fat kcal for respiratory failure → 1.2-1.5 g/kg protein
med to prevent Ca stones → HCTZ (diuretic)
5 MNT assessments for BPD → linear growth, chronic hypoxia, GERD, dietary ntake, emotional deprivation
10 signs and symptoms of poor kidney function? → FLUID (3-4 q h2o PO, Diet, meds
uric acid stones → most common, hypercalciuria, high levels of Ca in urine form crystals w/ oxalate or phosphate (calcium oxalate stones and calcium phosphate stones)