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1

What is azotemia?

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

2

Identify the primary cause and condition for patients in the following states of acute kidney injury: Prerenal


Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

3

Identify the primary cause and condition for patients in the following states of acute kidney injury: Intrarenal

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

4

Identify the primary cause and condition for patients in the following states of acute kidney injury: Postrenal

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

5

What are the clinical manifestations for patients in the following phases of acute kidney injury: Oliguric & Nonoliguric Phase

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

6

What are the clinical manifestations for patients in the following phases of acute kidney injury: Diuretic Phase

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

7

What are the clinical manifestations for patients in the following phases of acute kidney injury: Recovery Phase

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

8

What is the normal GFR?

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

9

How does the GFR value correlate with kidney injury?

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

10

What are the clinical manifestations for patients with chronic kidney disease?

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

11

Compare and contrast the nutritional therapies for patients with acute and chronic kidney injury.

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

12

Regarding dialysis, what is diffusion?

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

13

Regarding dialysis, what is osmosis?

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

14

Compare and contrast the following for peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis: Vascular access sites

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

15

Compare and contrast the following for peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis: Types of vascular access catheters

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

16

Compare and contrast the following for peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis: Dialysis process for removal of fluids and waste

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

17

Compare and contrast the following for peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis: Potential complications

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

18

Compare and contrast the following for peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis: Advantages and Disadvantages

Kidney Injury/Failure & Dialysis

19

Why is the human leukocyte antigen (HLA) an important factor for organ and tissue transplantation?

Transplant

20

Identify the level of histocompatibility match for the following organs and tissues: Corneas

Transplant

21

Identify the level of histocompatibility match for the following organs and tissues: liver, lungs, heart,

Transplant

22

Identify the level of histocompatibility match for the following organs and tissues: kidney, and bone marrow

Transplant

23

What is the pathological cause for the following types of rejection: Hyperacute Rejection

Transplant

24

What is the pathological cause for the following types of rejection: Acute Rejection

Transplant

25

What is the pathological cause for the following types of rejection: Chronic Rejection

Transplant

26

Identify the different types of treatments used for immunosuppressive therapy.

Transplant

27

What is graft-versus-host disease?

Transplant

28

For kidney transplantation, compare and contrast the process for live donors versus deceased donors.

Transplant

29

What are the potential complications for organ transplants?

Transplant