Lots of people are taking the NCLEX – the culmination of years of study, all boils down to a test that tries to figure out if you’re ready to be a nurse (or not). For those of you getting ready to take the test… you can do it.
This week we’ll be talking about our next section of NCLEX Ped topics – today we’ll be talking about the Renal and Urinary systems.
This is chapter 41 in Saunders the 7th edition and is on page 491.
PPT (power point) – www.austincc.edu/adnlev3/ol_urinary/pp_pedi_urinary.ppt
Fluid Volume Overload in Glomerulonephritis
This article was for physicians but I found it interesting – http://www.clinicaladvisor.com/hospital-medicine/post-streptococcal-glomerulonephritis/article/602267/
Hemolytic uremic Syndrome
Epispadias – urethral opening is on the dorsal / top.
Hypospadias – urethral opening is below / bottom of the penis.
With both of these conditions circumcision CAN NOT be performed.
Quizlet questions – https://quizlet.com/41241765/renal-nclex-questions-flash-cards/