Urinary System Questions and Answers (Q&A)

"this is not unusual for children of his age."-bed wetting (enuresis) generally is not considered problematic unless the child has no daytime dryness after 4 years of age or nighttime dryness after 6 years of age. inform parents that most bed wetting ceases by age four or five. parents should be...Read More

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Amitriptyline has robust evidence of efficacy and is supported by its anticholinergic effects

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Furosemide

One way to simplify answering this question involves merely asking which diuretic has the greatest ability to cause hypovolemia? That narrows the choice to furosemide or the other loop diuretics (bumetanide, torsemide, ethacrynic acid). In terms of extra free water loss (and...
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The client appears fatigued-2. peripheral edema-3. indications of pruritis-4. crackles at the bases of the lungs -a distended bladder - is not a finding specifically associated with renal disease. it may be seen in individuals who need to void and perhaps are unable to do so. the client appears...Read More

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The cells of the small intestine and PCT contain microvilli.

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Drink enough fluid in a 24-hour period to produce 2 quarts of urine.-renal calculi (stones) are usually composed of calcium, struvite, or a combination of magnesium, ammonium, phosphate, and uric acid. pain is the primary symptom. other symptoms include nausea, dysuria, frequency and urgency of...Read More

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