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Ultrasound Assessment

Ultrasound Assessment

Ultrasound Assessment Lower Extremity Arteries Ultrasound Assessment When Adjunct to physiologic testing Determine stenosis vs. occlusion Determine level and extent of occlusion May assist in determination of treatment Angioplasty vs. surgical

By Pat_Xavi
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Medical Surgical Nursing Care

Medical Surgical Nursing Care

Medical Surgical Nursing Care. The Urinary System Assessment & Disorders Dr Ibrahim Bashayreh, RN, PhD. The kidneys, ureters, and bladder. (Source: Dorling Kindersley Media Library). An illustration of the internal structures of the kidney.

By MikeCarlo
(244 views)

Yoga for Hypertension

Yoga for Hypertension

Yoga for Hypertension. Enrique Saguil, MD. Hypertension. “high blood pressure” “high blood” “white coat response” “stress response” “pressure issues” “renal hypertension” “salt sensitive” “type A personality” “holds a lot of aggression” “old fashion Italian”. Newtonian definition.

By Gabriel
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Renal Analysis

Renal Analysis

Renal Analysis. Clinical Pathology. Basic Kidney Structure. Recall the urinary system from A&P. The glomerulus produces an ultrafiltrate of plasma which is ultimately voided in the urine.

By paul2
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Crush Injuries and Rhabdomyolysis Dr.M.Mortazavi Nephrologist

Crush Injuries and Rhabdomyolysis Dr.M.Mortazavi Nephrologist

Crush Injuries and Rhabdomyolysis Dr.M.Mortazavi Nephrologist. INTRODUCTION. Rhabdomyolysis is a syndrome characterized by muscle necrosis and the release of intracellular muscle constituents into the circulation.

By paul2
(984 views)

Alterations of Renal and Urinary Tract Function

Alterations of Renal and Urinary Tract Function

Alterations of Renal and Urinary Tract Function. Chapter 36. Urinary Tract Obstruction. A urinary tract obstruction is defined as a blockage of urine flow with the urinary tract The obstruction can be caused by an anatomic or functional defect Obstructive uropathy Severity based on:

By Faraday
(847 views)

Dr Colin Campbell Palliative Medicine Consultant Saint Catherine’s Hospice, Scarborough

Dr Colin Campbell Palliative Medicine Consultant Saint Catherine’s Hospice, Scarborough

Dr Colin Campbell Palliative Medicine Consultant Saint Catherine’s Hospice, Scarborough. Mental Capacity Act (2005) …..so give us an example from real life!. Listen to me!!. Advance Decisions. What life-prolonging treatments?. Antibiotics for life-threatening infections Haemodialysis

By andrew
(379 views)

Chapter 19

Chapter 19

Chapter 19. Diet and Renal Disease. Objectives. Describe work of kidneys in general terms Discuss common causes of renal disease Explain why the following are sometimes restricted for renal clients: Protein Sodium and water Potassium and phosphorus. Kidneys. Excrete wastes

By udell
(254 views)

Pharmacological Methods to Reduce Blood Loss in Surgery

Pharmacological Methods to Reduce Blood Loss in Surgery

Pharmacological Methods to Reduce Blood Loss in Surgery. George Despotis, MD Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, Pathology and Immunology Department of Anesthesiology and Blood Bank Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis, Missouri.

By robbin
(219 views)

End Stage Renal Disease Causes and Treatment Methods

End Stage Renal Disease Causes and Treatment Methods

End Stage Renal Disease Causes and Treatment Methods. The Kidney’s. The Kidney’s - Glomerulus. Dialysis Process. What Your Kidneys Do Removes Metabolic Waste Fluid Balance Electrolyte Balance Acid Base Balance Hormone Production Parathyroid Hormone Erythropoeiten

By liam
(334 views)

HYPERTENSION

HYPERTENSION

HYPERTENSION. CREATED BY Prof. Azza El- Medany. Head Lines. Etiology Risk factors Mechanism Complications Treatment. Response mediated by the renin-angiotensin & sympatheic system on blood pressure. Antihypertensive Agents. Diuretics

By mandel
(596 views)

Acute renal failure from hemolytic transfusion reactions

Acute renal failure from hemolytic transfusion reactions

Acute renal failure from hemolytic transfusion reactions. Brad Weaver, MD 9/25/07. Acute hemolytic transfusion reaction. ABO incompatability is the major cause of death from transfusion

By pekelo
(929 views)

General Complications of Surgery

General Complications of Surgery

General Complications of Surgery. Dr Awad Alqahtani MD,MSc,FRCSC (Surgery)FRCSC(Oncology),FICS Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgeon and Surgical Oncologist. Pre&Post Operative Care and Surgical Complications. Pre Operative evaluation : History & Physical Examinations

By simone
(550 views)

Cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease

Cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease

Cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease. Mohammed Al-Haddab,MD,FRCPC,DABD Assistant Professor, Dept. of Dermatology College of Medicine, King Saud University. Objectives. To highlight the relation between skin manifestations and common systemic disorders.

By meris
(793 views)

Fluids and Electrolytes

Fluids and Electrolytes

Fluids and Electrolytes. Emily Miller, MD. What We Will Discuss. Major electrolytes, too low, too high and what to do Common fluid and electrolyte issues that we see everyday in the PICU And of course lots multiple choice questions. What We Will Not Discuss. TPN

By abla
(866 views)

Outcomes of dialysis in newborns

Outcomes of dialysis in newborns

Outcomes of dialysis in newborns. Gianni Celsi Pediatric Nephrology Unit Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden. Causes of ARF in neonates. Prerenal 75-80% Intrinsic 10-15% Postrenal 5-10%. hypovolemia, sepsis, low cardiac output. PUV,PJO.

By derick
(234 views)

GENITO URINARY SYSTEM

GENITO URINARY SYSTEM

GENITO URINARY SYSTEM. OBJECTIVES. At the end of the class students will be able to explain glomerulonephritis and its management enlist the congenital anomalies list down the features of renal failure explain nephrotic syndrome e numerate UTI. HELLO K I D N E Y.

By phineas
(597 views)

Glucose Control: What, Why, When, and How

Glucose Control: What, Why, When, and How

Glucose Control: What, Why, When, and How. Terry P. Clemmer, MD Salt Lake City, Utah. What Are The Options?. No Glucose Control Some Glucose Control with Target <250 mg/dl (14 mMol) Moderate Glucose Control with Target <150 mg/dl (8.3 mMol)

By stevie
(173 views)

CRUSH SYNDROME ICD 10: T79.5

CRUSH SYNDROME ICD 10: T79.5

CRUSH SYNDROME ICD 10: T79.5. Mohit Chhabra Roll no. : 47. OBJECTIVES. Define and understand the pathophysiology of Crush Syndrome Clinical diagnosis and relevant investigation Management. A Case of Crush Syndrome…. Clinical Features.

By ama
(1311 views)

Tight Glycemic Control: How Sweet It Is!

Tight Glycemic Control: How Sweet It Is!

Tight Glycemic Control: How Sweet It Is! . Virginia Point of Care Coordinators April 22, 2005. Disclosures. State faculty for the Surgical Infection Prevention Initiative No financial or other conflicts of interest Claudette Dalton, M.D. “What, me worry?”.

By tracen
(276 views)

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