The bodv conserves and reuses water as much as possible. Accurate intake and output records and daily weights are vital to caring for clients with fluid deficits and excesses.

A 51-year-old male presents to your office with left lower abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting. He states that he has a decreased appetite along with a low-grade fever and chills.
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Module 6 Teena Kissee Case Study I What are the potential ICD-10 codes in this case? 1. a. 2. How can the NP determine if the patient v/s an established patient at the clinic?
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The bodv conserves and reuses water as much as possible. Accurate intake and output records and daily weights are vital to caring for clients with fluid deficits and excesses.

9. The bodv conserves and reuses water as much as possible. Accurate intake and output records and daily weights are vital to caring for clients with fluid deficits and excesses. A client asks the nurse about what the normal intake and output should be for water. Based on her information, which would be the best answer to share with the client? Wedsesday, June 12, 2019 A) Intake- Liquids 1.000 ml: Outout Urine 1.500 mlL B) Intake Foods 1,200 mL: Output Skin-500 mL Intake Metabolism 300 ml.: Output Feces 200 mL C) Intake Liquids 1.200 mL: Output Lungs-500 mL D) 10. The nurse is caring for a group of elderly clients, What are the effects of aging on fluid and electrolyte balance of which the nurse should be aware? 1. Intracellular fluid levels increase 2. Thirst sensation declines Weight gain occurs Laxative abuse A) 3 4. 1,2,3 B) 1, 2, 4 C) 1,3, 4 D) 2,3,4 II. The nurse needs to consider the effects of aging on the urinary system. What are nursing implications related to ageing that should be considered by the nurse? Monitor the fluid intake and urinary output. Assess the client for dehydration and edema. Allow one hour between the last fluid intake and bedtime. 1. 2. 3. Keep a nightlight on to make nighttime bathroom visits safe. 4 A) 1,2,3 B) 1,2,4 C) 1,3, 4 D) 2,3,4 12. The nurse is reviewing the formation of urine with a client. The nurse includes an explanation of the concepts of glomerular filtration, tubular reabsorption, and tubular secretion in the review with the client. What is the best explanation by the nurse of tubular secretion? A) Process of removing particles from a solution by allowing the liquid solvent to pass across a barrier B) Movement of wastes across glomeruli into Bowman’s capsule C) Reabsorption of most small proteins and peptides D) Process by which substances move from blood into the urine Page 3

 

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