Final exam N250
- California State University - Long Beach
- Nursing 250
- Final exam N250
Last Modified: 2011-06-28
increased stress take longer to heal
decreases platelet aggregation-->decreases clotting-->increases propensity for bleeding
bad for kidneys if you're at the EOL and dehydrated
THEN progress to an opioid around the clock (ATC)
abdominal, flank pn increased abdominal girth
cloudy/bloody urine kidney stones
flank, back pn, or loin pn
burning, NV, urgency, frequency, nocturia
general malaise or fatigue
inability to conserve sodium (low Na, High K)
decreased ability to concentrate urine (sp gravity fixed)
tendency for hyperkalemia (high K, low Na) development and acidosis
Heparin (decreases viscosity)
diet changes more protein (not globs of it though)
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