Patho Test 5 Notes
1. Define Hypokalemia, hypernatremia, hypercalcemia.
Hypokalemia- abnormally low level of potassium (K+) ions in the blood
Hypernatremia- abnormally high levels of sodium (Na+) Ions in the blood
Hypercalcemia- serum calcium is greater t
Malabsorption syndromes such as crohn's disease leave a patient prone to vitamin dificiencies,
especially folic acid.
Crohn's disease is a very traumatic disease, a lot of people die from it. Causes folic acid enemia
Polycythemia- often with clotting abno
ADN 260 Exam 1 Remediation
1. Please tell me how you study, i.e.; note cards, reading the text.
2. How long do you study for at each given time? When do you start studying, i.e.; morning of the
test, night before the test?