Hemo Practice Test 3


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Calcitriol is a hormone created by ______:
Which one is a dangerous infection in hemodialysis?
What is osmosis?

In which stage is dialysis started or patient receives a transplant?
The nephron is divided into two main components:
The dialysis staff should not eat or drink in the dialysis treatment area of laboratory primarily because doing so

What are the types of vascular accesses for Hemodialysis?
Phosphorus binders help decrease _____ levels in blood.
The two main types of kidney disease are:

Neuropathy is:
The kidneys help remove fluid that is in:
Which of the following is LEAST likely to be a common psychological reaction for patients beginning maintenance dialysis?
Which of the following descriptions best defines diffusion?
What is the single most important step in infection control?
A Liter (Lt) is equal to ____ milliliters (ml). :

ESRD means:
The main purpose of the Nephron is to:
Which ones are the two types of Peritoneal dialysis?
How many stages does CKD have?
The kidney functions include:

16. Uremia is a buildup of ______ in the blood:

A Kilogram (Kg) is equal to ____ pounds (Lb).

Symptoms of high potassium(hyperkalemia) include:
What is diffusion?
Which are two of the National Certification programs:
Pruritis is severe______:
Dialysis removes:
Patients in hemodialysis could present malnutrition due to lack of appetite as a consequence of what:
The kidney cells are called:

Patients with which of the following indicate the need for universal precautions?
Which of the following are some of the factors that contribute to anemia in a dialysis patients?
Which type of Hemodialysis offers more frequent dialysis?
17. Erythropoietin helps in the production of _____.
Sleep apnea is ____
Symptoms of high sodium (hypernatremia) can include:
Peritoneal dialysis uses what membrane as a filter?

The “intravascular fluid” is fluid inside the:

Patients who receive a transplant should take ________________ for the rest of their life.
What are the three transplant options?

What does PPE stand for?
Amyloidosis can cause:
What is chronic kidney disease?
Where are the kidneys located:
The #1 cause of kidney failure in the US is:
Which ones are the two main types of dialysis?
Anemia is a shortage of ______:
How does infection happen?
Pericarditis is swelling around the sac of the heart and it can cause :
What are the treatment options for CKD stage 5?
What is PKD?