Pathophysiology/STIs

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Pathophysiology/STIs
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  1. Common cause of pre-renal failure?
    Cardiogenic shock and decrease cardiac output
  2. Accumulation of urea and other nitrogenous substances; causes potential neurologic changes
    Azotemia
  3. What diuretic would the nurse question on acute renal failure?
    Aldactone (spiralactone)
  4. (SATA) the s/s of the end-stage renal disease?
    • Uremic frost
    • Osteodystrophy
    • Metabolic acidosis
  5. (Fill-in) Ion exchange resin to remove excessive potassium
    Sodium polystyrene sulfonate (Kayexalate)
  6. Who is a prefer person for kidney donation?
    Living related or sibling
  7. A nursing intervention for a pt. w/Chronic renal failure?
    Daily weights, I&O, vital signs, lung and heart sounds, jagular vein distention
  8. What lab test to evaluate effectiveness for treatment?
    BUN
  9. Potential complication of peritoneal dialysis pg. 935?
    Peritonitis
  10. (Fill-in) Most common STD's?
    • Chlamydia
    • Gonorrhea
    • Syphilis
    • Genital herpes
    • Genital warts
  11. (SATA) Who should you report STDs or STIs to?
    CDC, and Local health
  12. Which are the symptoms of Chlamydia?
    Sparse, clear urethral discharge, redness and irritation of the infected tissues, burning on urination, lower abdominal pain in women, and testicular pain in men
  13. Many women are asymptomatic with Gonorrhea pt. teaching is?
    Come back w/in 1 wk
  14. What might be a sign that pt. has Gonorrhea pg.892?
    Painful urination
  15. What comfort measure would you advise to a pt. w/Herpes?
    Wear loose underwear
  16. What shows that a person understands the potential complication of Chlamydia?
    If untreated it may become pelvic inflammatory disease PID and cause sterility
  17. Which person would you want to understand the importance of a yearly/annual PAP smear?
    Pt's w/ HPV
  18. What drug routes of administration are best for secondary Syphilis?
    Intramuscular into the gluteus maximus (Penicillin G)
  19. (SATA) Tetracycline (antibiotic) nursing consideration w/ Pt.s pg. 896?( 3 answers)
    Take w/empty stomach, Avoid antacids, Take dairy products and Iron supplements, Use a sunscreen
  20. Pt. who is crying and has to have hemo-dialysis what intervention is best for her?
    Sit quietly
  21. Pt. who has Syphilis, when would be the best time to start their discharged plan?
    When they are admitted
  22. What is best infection control?
    Hand washing
  23. Pt has two prescription Lasix 40mg and Fuerosomide 40 mg what would you say?
    They are the same thing
  24. Pt w/ Salycilate (aspirin) poisoning what is the best type of dialysis?
    Hemo dialysis
  25. Pt w/ anterial insufficiency what would the Nx tell tem to avoid?
    Avoid crossing their legs
  26. Safe medication administration what should the Nx do first?
    Check name band
  27. Secrete is going to the blood, Excrete is going to the duct or an exit. These are the functions of the kidney except?
    .....
  28. What particular lab test has to do w/ fluid overload?
    specific gravity
  29. Infection control. Nx emptied the bed pan of a pt. who just had a urinary output what should the Nx do next
    Wash hands
  30. Nx is collecting specimen from indwelling catheter what should Nx do?
    Use a sterile syringe and needle to aspirate
  31. Pre-renal, intra-renal, and end-renal The Classification of acute renal failure (ARF) are the following except?
    find the wrong answer

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