1. A client with CRF constantly complains of N/V every day. The nurse explains that the nausea is the result of:
a. Acidosis caused by medications b. Excess fluid load
c. Chronic anemia and fatigue
d. Accumulation of waste products in the blood
2. Hypertension may be a sign of which of the following UTIs?
a. Chronic cystitis b. Acute cystitis
c. Acute pyelonephritis
d. Chronic pyelonephritis
3. Heart rate 350-400. Fibrillatory waves present on
a. Atrial fibrillation b. Atrial tachycardia c. Arrythmia
d. Atrial flutter
4. The nurse observes for s/sx of disequilibrium syndrome during HD which includes:
a. Decreased BP, tachycardia, chest pain b. Fever, joint pain, chills
c. Headache, confusion, seizure
d. Ankle edema, rales, weight increase
5. A client with CRF is on a restricted CHON diet and is counseled on the utilization of High biologic value CHON foods.
An understanding of the rationale for this diet is demonstrated when the client states that high biologic value CHON
a. Used to increase urea blood products b. Needed to increase weight gain
c. Necessary to prevent muscle wasting
d. Responsible for controlling HPN
6. A client admitted with ARF is in the oliguric phase. You expect the client’s 24H urine output to be less than which
of the ff?
a. 400 ml b. 200 ml c. 800 ml
d. 1000 ml
7. The nurse is monitoring an infant with congenital heart disease closely for signs of heart failure (HF). The nurse
should assess the infant for which early sign of HF?
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