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If a graph is created, it most likely represents information in the form of numbers. Many conclusions can usually be drawn from this graph. In this case, there is a graph that shows the change in tubular fluid concentration of various substances along the length of the proximal tubule....

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First, this question is missing a phrase that would help it make sense. Secondly, the answer is metabolic acidosis, or answer A. This is basically when something has accumulated in the body - usually an acid.

It can be caused by one of three key things: the body isn’t breaking...

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Warmth of integument surrounding the iv site-ans: 2 signs of phlebitis may include increased temperature over the vein, erythema, pain, and edema. with phlebitis, the area is warm to the touch; with infiltration, the area is cool to the touch. the intensity of pain is not a differentiating factor...

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45-year-old woman with second-degree burns over 20% of her body-ans: 3 the greater the body surface burned, the greater the fluid loss. the burned client loses body fluids by one of five routes. first, plasma leaves the intravascular space and becomes trapped edema. this is also called the...

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The only thing on this list that wouldn’t be a result of an excess of bodily fluid in the intravascular cavity would be an elevated hematocrit level. This is basically an elevated number of red blood cells in someone’s blood. That is its own problem, and it really is a problem....

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D is the answer to this question. The collecting duct is the system of the kidney that comes with other ducts and tubules. The nephrons are located in various parts of the organs. The urinary system is highly significant because there is a need for people to extract excess water from their...

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C. A 42-year-old with severe diarrhea. The client at greatest risk for a deficit in fluid volume is the client who has severe diarrhea. Any condition that results in the loss of Gastro-Intestinal (GI) fluids predisposes the client to dehydration and a variety of electrolyte disturbances.

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A. Cardiac dysrhythmias. Lasix is a nonpotassium-sparing diuretic. Without a potassium supplement, the client may become hypokalemic. Hypokalemia increases the risk of digoxin toxicity. Both hypokalemia and digoxin toxicity can cause Cardiac dysrhythmias.

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A. Hypokalemia. First signs of hypokalemia include weakness and fatigue, muscle weakness, nausea, and vomiting.

Furosemide tends to cause loss of blood salts, especially potassium. If hypokalemia is allowed to progress, it can be life-threatening.

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