Nephrology kaplan

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  1. Through or peak levels cause renal toxicity?
    through
  2. What causes arf in several hours?
    • contrast
    • rhabdomyolysis
  3. When is dialysis initiated with azotemia(renal insuffiency) or uremia?
    uremia
  4. Conditions when u dialyze?
    • acidosis
    • Electrolyte disturbance
    • Ingestion of methanol
    • Overload fluid
    • uremia- pericarditis
  5. WHy do you have infections and bleeding in uremia?
    • inhibits degranulation of granulocytes
    • inhibits release of vwf from endothelial cells
  6. On urine dipstick, what tells you urine osmolarity?
    Specific gravity
  7. Orthodeoxia?
    desaturation in erect position 
  8. Retroperitoneal fibrosis?
    • Bleomycin
    • methotrexate
    • methylsergide
  9. how much lung function
    kidney function
    liver function
    pancreas
    you need to loose 
    to feel effects??
    80%
  10. Name for normal amount of protein in urine?
    Tamm Horsfall

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