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Homework answers / question archive / Rasmussen College NURSING 1172 Chapter 23: Renal Disease 1)The basic functional units of the kidney are called: The laboratory test result that is generally used to predict glomerular filtration rate (GFR) in clinical practice is: The kidney structure that is responsible for filtering the blood is the: The main function of the proximal tubule of the glomerulus is: The main function of the loop of Henle is: The main function of the distal tubule of the nephron is: Normal nephron function is adversely affected by: The most common causes of end- stage renal disease are: In patients without diabetes, chronic kidney disease (CKD) is most commonly caused by: Normal GFR is: A client with GFR of 15 mL/min/1

Rasmussen College NURSING 1172 Chapter 23: Renal Disease 1)The basic functional units of the kidney are called: The laboratory test result that is generally used to predict glomerular filtration rate (GFR) in clinical practice is: The kidney structure that is responsible for filtering the blood is the: The main function of the proximal tubule of the glomerulus is: The main function of the loop of Henle is: The main function of the distal tubule of the nephron is: Normal nephron function is adversely affected by: The most common causes of end- stage renal disease are: In patients without diabetes, chronic kidney disease (CKD) is most commonly caused by: Normal GFR is: A client with GFR of 15 mL/min/1

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NURSING 1172

Chapter 23: Renal Disease

1)The basic functional units of the kidney are called:

  1. The laboratory test result that is generally used to predict glomerular filtration rate (GFR) in clinical practice is:
  2. The kidney structure that is responsible for filtering the blood is the:
  3. The main function of the proximal tubule of the glomerulus is:
  4. The main function of the loop of Henle is:
  5. The main function of the distal tubule of the nephron is:
  6. Normal nephron function is adversely affected by:
  7. The most common causes of end- stage renal disease are:
  8. In patients without diabetes, chronic kidney disease (CKD) is most commonly caused by:
  9. Normal GFR is:
  10. A client with GFR of 15 mL/min/1.73 m2 has:
  11. Significant comorbidities in patients with CKD include:
  12. Patients with CKD who have excessive sodium intakes may experience:
  13. Patients with renal disease usually have a chronic state of inflammation, as shown by elevated serum levels of:
  14. The presence of protein in the urine is called:
  15. The term oliguria refers to:
  16. The term hematuria refers to:
  17. Factors that contribute to malnutrition in patients with chronic renal failure include:
  18. Electrolyte imbalances that occur in chronic renal failure include:
  19. In patients with CKD, sodium intake does not usually need to be restricted until GFR falls to:
  20. The bone disease osteodystrophy often occurs in patients with:
  21. Osteodystrophy develops because of the kidney’s inability to:
  22. Patients with chronic renal insufficiency develop anemia because their kidneys synthesize

 

inadequate amounts of:

  1. Potassium intake is restricted if serum potassium level is higher than:
  2. The recommended protein intake for a 35-year-old man with a GFR of 20 mL/min/1.73 m2 who weighs 80 kg is:
  3. In young adults with chronic renal disease, daily energy intake should be:
  4. Dietary carbohydrates and fats are important for clients with chronic renal failure because they:
  5. The recommended fluid intake for a 60-year-old woman with stage 5 CKD treated with hemodialysis who weighs 60 kg and has a urine output of 300 mL/day is:
 
  1. In a 45-year-old man with CKD who weighs 90 kg and is treated using hemodialysis, protein intake should be:
  2. The method of dialysis that gives clients the greatest amount of freedom of mobility is:
  3. One of the basic objectives of medical nutrition therapy for clients receiving dialysis is to:
  4. A problem that can occur with continual ambulatory peritoneal dialysis is:
  5. A treatment approach that can be used to replace dialysis for clients who have chronic renal failure is:
  6. Sudden shutdown of renal function following traumatic or metabolic injury is called:
  7. The major clinical symptom of acute renal failure is:
  8. Factors that affect nutrition requirements in patients with acute renal failure include:
  9. An increase in the serum urea nitrogen and creatinine of a client who has acute renal failure is a result of:
  10. In acute renal failure (if the client is not catabolic and not receiving hemodialysis), protein intake should be about:

 

  1. The most common component of kidney stones is:
  2. The recommended diet for a person with calcium stones is relatively low in:
  3. The second most common type of kidney stone is composed of:
  4. The main cause of cystine stones is:
  5. A key component in the management of clients who have kidney stones is to:
 
  1. The most common symptom associated with kidney stones is:
  2. A dietary component that may help protect against CKD is:
  3. The factor responsible for development of most urinary tract infections is:
  4. Regular consumption of cranberry juice may help:
  5. Predisposing factors for renal stone formation include:

 

 

 

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