What disease does someone with uremia have?
End stage renal failure
Polycyctic kidney disease
hereditary disease characterized by kidney enlargement and cyst formation
inflammation of the kidney and renal pelvis; causes inability to concentrate urine if chronic
What would nurse do for client with PD with outflow 200 ml less than inflow twice?
Lower drainage bag, continue to monitor outflow, change clients position
Dietary changes for pt with acute glomerulonephritis?
Restrict protein by limiting meats and other high protein foods
What electrolyte issue do patients with glomerulonephritis have?
What renal disorder can occur after a patient takes an antibiotic that has nephrotoxic effects?
Acute renal failure
Glomerolonephritis is frequently caused by
Chronic KD usually develops over time due to comorbitities such as
DM and HTN
Serum creatinine indicates
kidney function normal is 0.8-1.6
Cytoscopy is a
Major complication of PD
peritonitis; maintain strict aseptic technique during connection and disconnection
sudden pain in onset and may be accompanied by nausea, diaphoresis and vomiting
Highest priority diagnosis following renal transplant
risk for infection related to bone marrow suppression
What can gentamicin cause?
Sudden weight gain or puffy eyes-tell provider; toxic to kidneys
Most common complication of hemodialysis
What type of renal failure would be expected to see in a client who overdosed on a nephrotoxic drug?
Intrarenal (aminoglycoside drugs)
What lab indicator means the client has improved with AKD?
Decreasing serum creatinine
Creatinine level of 7. What to evaluate?
Weight, peripheral edema, I&O
Diet for ESKD
Restricted protein, increased carbs
What does diabetes do?
Cause glomular scarring
Ileal conduit urostomy should be changed
in the morning