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  1. polyaria refers to frequent urination.
    true
  2. edema in the legs and feet is a symptom of acute renal injury.
    true
  3. 15% to 20% there are patients that have a15% to 20% function loss of the kidneys will require dailysis.
    false
  4. LDL is cholesteral is the "good" cholesteral of the body.
    false
  5. upper respiratory tract (division) consists of the bronchial tree, right lungs, left lung and the alveoli.
    false
  6. pulse rate a normal pulse rate for an adult is12 to 20 per minute.
    false
  7. lasin is classified as a beta blocker and can be helpful for patients with hypertension.
    false
  8. hemodailysis patient routinely go for treatment 1 time a week for about 2 hours.
    false
  9. blood pressure reading of 120/80mmhg is considered pre-hypertensive according to the American Heart Association.
    true
  10. both (left and right) lungs have approximately 600 to 700 million alveoli.
    true
  11. the medical abbreviation q.i.d. refers to four times daily.
    true
  12. the epiglottis (lid) is located in the upper respiratory tract and is a respiratory safeguard.
    true
  13. the medical term pyuria refers to pus in the urine.
    true
  14. hemodailysis is a common type of dailysis and requires 3 to 4 visits per week to the hospital or dailysis clinic.
    true
  15. an ACG will record and measure the electrical activity of the heart.
    true
  16. a health fasting total cholesteral blood level is <200mg/di.
    true
  17. the liver is located in the RUQ.
    true
  18. air that has been inhaled, food andliquids that have been swallowed pass through the oropharynx.
    true
  19. T.the lenth of the pharynx is approximately 13cm (5 inches) and is the shape of a funnel.
    true
  20. DR.William Kolff constructed the first working dailyzer in 1943.
    true
  21. DAILYSIS will cure kidney disease.
    false
  22. on a dily basis the lungs assist with the normal exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide.
    true
  23. the medical term dailysis is from a latin origin.
    false
  24. a healthy (normal) triglyceride blood level is < 250mg/di.
    false
  25. the phrenic nerve stimulates (sends the message) the daiphragm muscle to work for the breathing process.
    true
  26. a nephrolith is a stone found in the Gallbladder.
    false
  27. only air enters the laryngopharynx division of the respiratory tract.
    false
  28. a sweat glandis an example of an endocrine gland.
    false
  29. the motor in the body help with olf action.
    false
  30. high cervical spinal cord injuries generally require patient's to use a power wheel chair.
    true
  31. fine particles such those found in smoke and haze are <2.5 micrometers in diameter.
    false
  32. the trachea is approximately 11cm in length.
    true
  33. ldl stands for low density lipoprotein.
    true
  34. sympathetic nervous system decreases functions and activities of the "fight or flight" response in the body to bring it to homeostasis.
    false
  35. spinal cord is composed of nervous tissue and approximately 1billion neurons.
    false
  36. gender and age are heart disease risk factors that cannot be changed.
    true
  37. nervous system consists of 12 pairs of cranial nerves that assist with multiple special sence functions of the body.
    true
  38. epiglottis is a safeguard to make sure that food and liquids go into the trachea.
    false
  39. dura mater (meninges) appear as a spider web-like structure in the brain.
  40. production of your voice is composed of production of airflow,generation and resonance of sound and articulation of voice.
    true
  41. sinusis provide resonance for the voice.
    true
  42. pro re nata refers to "as needed'.
  43. true
  44. post cibum refers to before meals.
    false
  45. approximately 25% of the body's blodsupply passes through the kidneys every minute.
    true
  46. which of the following genetic disorders will a patient have the CFTR gene?
    • a.cystic fibrosis d.sickle cell anemia
    • b.down syndrome e.osteogenesis imperfecta
    • c.fetal achohol syndrome f.trisomy 21
    • d.sickle cell anemia
    • e.osteogenesis imperfecta
    • f.trisomy 21
  47. this structer (gas pedal) of the brain is primarily involved with coodinating movement, balance and motor learning:
    • a.cerebellum
    • b.basal ganglia
    • c.voluntary
    • d.dura mater
    • e.medulla
    • f.sulcus
  48. which type of muscle tissue forms the muscular walls of the heart?
    • a.skeletal
    • b.myocardial
    • c.voluntary
    • d.
    • e.
    • f.

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