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- 6363A client developed cardiogenic shock after a severe myocardial infarction and has now developed acute renal failure. The client’s family asks the nurse why the client has developed acute renal failure. The nurse should base the response on the knowledge that there was:
- 6364The client who is in acute renal failure has an elevated blood urea nitrogen (BUN). What is the likely cause of this finding?
- 6365The client’s serum potassium level is elevated in acute renal failure, and the nurse administers sodium polystyrene sulfonate. The mechanism of action for this drug is to:
- 6366A client with acute renal failure has an increase in the serum potassium level. The nurse should monitor the client for:
- 6367A high-carbohydrate, low-protein diet is prescribed for the client with acute renal failure. The intended outcome of this diet is to:
- 6368The client with acute renal failure asks the nurse for a snack. Because the client’s potassium level is elevated, which snack is most appropriate?
- 6369In the oliguric phase of acute renal failure, the nurse should assess the client for:
- 6370The client in acute renal failure has an external cannula inserted in the forearm for hemodialysis. Which nursing measure is appropriate for the care of this client?
- 6371During dialysis, the client has disequilibrium syndrome. The nurse should
- 6372Which abnormal blood value would not be improved by dialysis treatment?