KNH 102 Practice Test 3

KNH 102 Practice Test 3 - KNH 102 Practice Test #3 1. Which...

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KNH 102 Practice Test #3 1. Which of the following do sodium and potassium not have in common? a. Rich sources of both include fresh foods, such as bananas, cantaloupe, and potatoes b. Both participate in maintaining fluid balance c. Both are involved in nerve transmission d. Both are major electrolytes in the body 2. Which of the following does not explain why infants are at a higher risk of dehydration as compared to adults? a. Infants excrete urine at a higher rate b. Infants cannot tell caregivers that they are thirsty c. Infants have a greater ratio of body surface area to body core d. Infants have a lower total body water percentage 3. ____________ is a potentially fatal condition characterized by the failure of the body’s heat-regulating mechanisms? a. Hypertension b. A fever c. Dehydration d. Heat Stroke 4. The cause of primary (essential) hypertension is: a. Kidney disease b. Sleep apnea c. Salt Sensitivity d. Unknown 5. Hypertension affects ________ of all Americans over the age of 65. a. 5%
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