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Postrenal, usually due to kidney stones, BPH and Cancers. bun/scr ratio is 15:1, negative proteinuria.

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Low blood pressure (hypotension) NOT hypertension. This is the most common com...Read More

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Option C - Limiting fluid intake.
A client in oliguric phase of acute renal failure (ARF) already has low urine output. Fluid intake will increase the overall volume of fluid in the body and this may cause many complications in the body like pulmonary enema.
Encouraging coughing and...
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Acute renal failure is generally identified urine output lessen than 400 ml/day

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In acute renal failure oliguria is urine output less the 100ml/day

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The possibility of hypovolemia would be assessed. It is a state of decreased blood volume, more specifically, it is a decrease in the volume of blood plasma. It is the intravascular component of volume contraction or loss of blood volume due to things such as bleeding or...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is D. Although all values are abnormal, the serum potassium level is critically high. Potassium is an essential electrolyte, which is a mineral the body needs to function correctly. Potassium is especially important for nerves and muscles, including the...Read More

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Creatinine clearnce is a test that is spontanous, continous and non enzymatic

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Diuretics are also nephrotoxic, just FYI : ), so this answer is partially complete.

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