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Chapter 54 kidney disorders fluid electrolyte imbalance in kidney disorders 1568 the most accurate indicator of fluid loss or gain and patient who are acutely ill is weight and accurate lady weight must be obtained and recorded a 1 kg weight gain is equal to 100 ml of retained fluid page 1568, fluid and electrolyte disturbances in kidney disorders fluid deficit fluid volume excess solid sodium deficit sodium excess potassium deficit potassium calcium death of the deficit calcium excess to buy a carbohydrate X deficit protein magnesium and phosphorus page 156 datebox kidney disorders chronic kidney disease page 1569 stages of chronic kidney disease 1569 box nephrosclerosis 1570 acute nephrotic syndrome. glomerulonephritis 1570. Sequence of events in acute nephrotic syndrome 1571 picture antigen antigen-antibody leukocyte infiltration of boomeritis providing care in the hospital with kidney disease 1571 chronic glomerulonephritis 1572 nephrotic syndrome 1573 polycystic kidney disease 157 for renal cancer 1574 risk factors for renal cancer 1575 renal artery embolization 1575 nephrectomy 1575 kidney disease 1576 acute kidney disease 1576 classifications of acute kidney injury 1577 causes of acute kidney injury 1577 categories of acute injury categories of acute kidney injury phases of acute kidney injury 1577 compare characteristics of acute kidney injury box 1578 preventing acute kidney injury box 1579 prevention 1579 acute kidney injury pharmacological therapy acute kidney injury 1580 nutritional therapy hyperkalemia is the most immediate life-threatening in balance beam end stage kidney disease or chronic kidney disease 1581 promoting pulmonary function assessment of end-stage kidney disease assessing the kidneys 1582 nursing management and stage kidney disease 1584 Dash
Paige 1589 dialysis hemodialysis dialyzers. Hemodialysis system picture 1590 blood from an artery is called. 1590 vascular access vascular access devices arteriovenous fistula 1590. Double Lumen picture 1591 failure of the permanent dialysis access fistula or graft accounts for most Hospital admissions of patient undergoing chronic hemodialysis protection of the excess is highest priority complication of hemodialysis 1591 home hemodialysis 1593 home care patient undergoing hemodialysis continuing and transition and Care Health Care goals for chronic kidney disease 159 for continuous renal replacement therapy 1594 continuous venovenous hemofiltration 1594 continuous Phineas hemodialysis 1595 peritoneal dialysis 1595 ultra filtration 1596 1597 continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis acute intermittent peritoneal dialysis 1598. Is the peritoneal fluid does not drain properly the nurse can facilitate drainage by turning the patient from side to side or consideration in continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis 159 - 1600. 1601 chapter 54 special consideration nursing Management on the patient that Eliquis who is Papa hospitalized 1601. Because patient on dialysis cannot discreet water rapid administration of IV fluid can result in permanent pulmonary edema. Monitoring systems of urema 1601 detecting cardiac and respiratory complications. Although pericarditis pericardial effusion and cardiac tamponade they should also be detected by astute nursing assistant because of their clinical significance assessment of the patient for these complication is a priority 1601. Management of patient undergoing kidney surgery preoperative consideration 1602 perioperative concerns post-operative management 160. Kidney transplantation 1607 kidney donation 1607 ethical dilemma The Gift of Life poem who life is it 1609 kidney transplant picture 1608 postoperative management for kidney transplant maintain homeostasis 1609 immunosuppressant agent used following organ transplant 1610 kidney transplant rejection and infection 1611 continue intrinsic renal trauma 1612 contusion minor laceration Majors lacerations blunt renal trauma vascular injury 1612 chapter 54 again because of their clinical Sprite or G manager end of post operative management 160 kidney transportation 1607 Kitty donation 1607 ethical dilemma the gift of if kidney transplant picture 1608 who's operative management for kidney transplant maintain he emailed faces 1609 you know suppressant agent use following organ transplant 1610 kidney transplant rejection and infection 1611 continue entrance renal trauma 1612 contusion mine laceration major laceration blunt renal trauma vascular injury 1612 chapter 54
Chapter 30 upper extremity arterial occlusive disease page 860. Before surgery and for 24 hours after surgery the patient arm is kept at Heart level and is protected from cold venipunctures or arterial sticks tape and constrictive dressing page 861. Aortouliac diseace 861. Aneurysm thoracic aortic aneurysm eatology classification of arterial aneurysm page a62. Abdominal aortic aneurysm page 863. Endovascular and surgical management page 864. Dissecting aorta page 865 arterial embolism and arterial thrombosis 865 Raynaud's phenomenon and other Acrosyndromes page 867 deep vein thrombosis and Pulmonary embolism risk factor box page 868 venous disorders Venus thromboembolism page 868 complication of Venous Thrombosis box page 869 deep veins and superficial veins page 869 unfractionated Heparin page 870 low-molecular-weight Heparin page 870 Factor XA and direct thrombin Inhibitors, oral anticoagulants, thrombotic therapy, endovascular management page 871. Contraindication to anticoagulation therapy page 871 box. Martin and met managing potential complications of anticoagulation therapy bleeding, thrombocytopenia, providing Comfort drug interactions stockings providing compression therapy, external compression devices and wraps, intermittent pneumatic compression devices, positioning the body and encouraging exercising, taking anticoagulant medicines promoting home community-based and Transitional Care. Page 872-2873. Any type of stocking can inadvertently become a tourniquet if applied incorrectly remove at night and reapplied before the legs are Lord from the bed in the morning. Page 872