Quiz 10.docx - The initial evaluation of an asymptomatic child with 1 proteinuria and 1.020 specific gravity on a random dipstick urinalysis would

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The initial evaluation of an asymptomatic child with 1+ proteinuria and 1.020 specific gravity on a random dipstick urinalysis would include: a. Urine protein/creatinine ratio b. CBC, renal disease battery, and liver function tests c. Repeat dipstick analysis on an early morning urine d. Reassurance for the parents Vulvovaginitis in a prepubertal child: a. Is an infrequent finding b. May be a risk factor for the development of labial adhesions c. Is usually caused by a sexually transmitted infection d. Is almost always caused by sexual abuse A 10-year-old male has proteinuria in the afternoon but not on first morning void. He probably has: a. Early chronic renal failure b. Idiopathic hypercalciuria c. Minimal change disease d. Orthostatic proteinuria When assessing a child with glomerulonephritis, what symptoms would the nurse practitioner anticipate will be present? a. Anorexia and dysuria b. Periorbital edema and hypertension c. Polyuria with strong-smelling, concentrated urine d.
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  • Spring '18
  • Lyode
  • urinary tract infection, Testicle, proteinuria, scrotal sac, urine protein/creatinine ratio

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