Hemo Practice Test 2


 

HEMODIALYSIS TEST 2
January 18, 2019

You will have an hour to complete this test.

You will have 3 attempts to complete this test.

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Pericarditis is a painful swelling around the abdomen that may develop in patients with kidney failure.
What is the HIPAA law?
A patient complains to a technician that during his most recent dialysis he underwent a great deal of pain due to a co-worker’s venipuncture technique. The technician’s most constructive response to this patient would be to
Some of the benefits of Home Hemodialysis can be:
Which statement is true about dialysate:
The nephron is divided into two main components:
Which statement is true about the delivery system:
Which statement is true regarding complications and emergencies in HHD:
Inside the dialyzer there are two compartments and they carry:
6. The dialyzer has ____ ports:

Patient on HHD should not do exercise and activities because their potassium can drop.
Solubility is affected by:
Which statement is true about Diet and fluid in HHD:
Dialysate is a combination of:
What are the three ways to remove solutes:
What are the treatment options for CKD stage 5?
Which statement is true about the nature of the membrane in a dialyzer:
Which state is true about the physical interview of a Home Hemodialysis candidate:
What are two simple screening tools for CKD?
Calculate the fluid removal goal in the following scenarios:

1. Mrs. James, a new dialysis patient, has arrived to the unit early. The team is ready to receive her so they decide to call her in. They weigh her before walking her to the dialysis chair. Her weight is 58 kgs. The Hemo Tech looks at the flowsheet and notices that her “Dry Weight” is 56 kgs. The nurse comes by and tells the Hemo Tech that Mrs. James will receive 250 mls of normal saline 0.9% with 500 mgs of Vancomycn for an infection. What will be the fluid removal goal today? (Remember our unit policy for Rinseback)
What is osmosis?
Which ones are the two main types of dialysis?
Erythropoietin is a hormone created by the kidney’s suprarenal gland and it tells the bone marrow to make red blood cells.
What is chronic kidney disease?
Peripheral neuropathy is nerve damage in the back.
Solubility is affected by:
Convection is:
Calculate the fluid removal goal in the following scenarios:

Mr. Torres is not feeling well today, his pre-dialysis weight is 145 kgs. His dry weight is 139 kgs. It seems like Mr. Torres is fluid overloaded. The nurse tells the Hemo Tech he will receive 300 mls of normal saline 0.9% with 100 mgs of Venofer. He is also scheduled for IDPN 500 mls during dialysis. What will be the fluid removal goal today? (Remember our unit policy for Rinseback)
Which statement is true about Home Hemodialysis:
Which statement is true about diffusion:
Which statement is true about the nature of the membrane in a dialyzer:
Choose which are the accesses used for Home Hemodialysis
What are the three transplant options?
Dialysis devices may include:
Peritoneal dialysis uses what membrane as a filter?

Convection is:

Conductivity measures:
Which one is the modality that offers more frequent Hemodialysis?
To help patients cope you can:
Which statement is true about dialysate:
Calcitriol lets the gut absorb calcium from the foods.
Calcitriol is a hormone created by ______:
The “intravascular fluid” is fluid inside the:
Dialysis devices may include:
In HHD, patients are not trained in other modalities because they already chose to be on HHD.
If patient has money concerns a dialysis team member can:
Hyperparathyroidism can cause renal osteodystrophy.
Who is a candidate for HHD?
Neuropathy is:
What can a patient eat instead of ice cream to avoid increasing the phosphorus?