Question 181 out of 1 pointsIf a nurse wants to obtain the best estimate of renal function, which test should the nurse monitor? Question 191 out of 1 pointsA 5-year-old male was diagnosed with glomerulonephritis. History reveals that he had an infection 3 weeks before the onset of this condition. The infection was most likely located in the: Question 20 1 out of 1 points
A 75-year-old male reports to his primary care provider loss of urine with cough, sneezing, or laughing. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis the nurse will observe on the chart? Question 211 out of 1 pointsA 25-year-old female presents with burning urination. She was diagnosed with a urinary tract infection. When the nurse checks the culture results, which of the following organisms is most likely infecting her urinary tract? Question 221 out of 1 pointsWhich of the following clusters of symptoms would make a clinician suspect a child has developed glomerulonephritis? Question 231 out of 1 pointsWhen a child is admitted with acute renal failure, a clinician realizes the most common cause of acute renal failure is:
Question 240 out of 1 pointsA 24-year-old female is diagnosed with renal calculus that is causing obstruction. Which of the following symptoms would she most likely experience? Question 251 out of 1 pointsWhen the nurse is discussing the sodium-sensing cells of the glomerulus, what term should the nurse use? Question 261 out of 1 pointsA 4-year-old male is diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome. Which of the following assessment findings accompanies this condition? Question 271 out of 1 pointsA 15-year-old female presents with flank pain, irritability, malaise, and fever. Tests reveal glomerulonephritis. When the parents ask what could have caused this, how should the nurse respond?
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