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pH normal range
7.35-7.45
HCO3
22-28
PO2
60-100
PCO2
35-45
erythropoietin
produced by kidneys in response to hypoxia of renal cells, stimulates bone marrow to produce RBC
Vitamind D
regulates calcium in body
tubular reabsorption
filtrate enters the proximal tubules
tubular secretion
excess K and waste products (H+, creatinine, and ammonia) are eliminated from body
BUN
5-20 mg/dL
serum albumin
3.2-5 g/dL
Urinary Incontinence pathophysiology
increased bladder pressure
lowered urethral resistance
Detrol and Ditropan
treatment for incontinence, inhibit detrusor muscle contractions and increase bladder capacity
bladder irritants
caffeine, nutri-sweet, citrus juices
when administer diuretic drugs
morning and afternoon, while client is awake and more able to respond to urge to pee
s/s of urinary retention
unable to empty bladder, firm distended bladder, acute renal failure, and UTI
care for urinary retention
crede method
intermittent catherization
running water
place hands in warm water
causes of urinary retention
surgery
medication-antianxiety, OTC cough cold allergy and sleep promoting drugs
neurologic diseases/trauma
voluntary urinary retention
cystitis
inflammation of the urinary bladder, UTI