Ch 45-47 NCLEX - C indy Radford NCLEX Ch 45-47 Chapter 45...

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Cindy Radford NCLEX Ch 45-47 Chapter 45 1. A renal stone in the pelvis of the kidney will alter the function of collevtion and drainage of urine from the kidneys . 2. A patient with renal disease has oliguria and a creatinine clearance of 40ml/ min. The nurse recognizes that these findings most directly reflect abnormal function of glomerular filtration . 3. The nurse identifies a risk for urinary calculi in a patient who relates a past health history that includes hyperparathyroidism . 4. Diminished ability to concentrate urine, associated with aging of the urinary system, is attributed to decreased function of the loop of Henle and tubules . 5. During physical assessment of the urinary system, the nurse uses auscultation over each CVA to detect impaired renal blood flow . 6. Normal findings expected by the nurse on physical assessment of the urinary system include nonpalpable left kidney . 7. A diagnostic study that indicates renal blood flow, glomerular filtration, tubular function, and excretion is a renal scan . 8. On reading the urinalysis of a dehydrated patient, the nurse would expect to find specific gravity of 1.035 . Chapter 46
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Ch 45-47 NCLEX - C indy Radford NCLEX Ch 45-47 Chapter 45...

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