Causes of Kidney failure

Kidney failure

What is Kidney Failure? Kidney failure happens when one or both kidneys stop functioning normally. This could be due to infections, urine elimination problems or some underlying diseases. Instead of being excreted, wastes like urea, creatinine, uric acid and ammonium ions remain in blood. Accumulation of these substances is toxic to the human system and … Read more

Surgical Nursing Flashcards

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surgical You don’t need adds to get value out of this playlist, but they can certainly help. If you do have our cards, be sure to pay close attention to the bold   red text because those items represent the most important points you need to know about   the subject. Components of Renal System: Components of … Read more

kidney Blood flow system

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 Supply of blood to kidney: So the blood supply to the kidney is by the renal arteries and veins. It’s supplied by the renal artery and drained by the renal vein. So what we’re looking at here is the abdominal aorta and we’ve got the inferior vena cava. You can see the renal arteries coming … Read more

The reaction of blood transfusion

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transfusion Reaction:  we are talking about the different kinds of blood transfusion reactions that you need to know about in nursing school. And if you like this video, write LOVE in the comments below and of course, subscribe to this channel so you don’t miss out on any other nursing school tips and resources that … Read more

Causes of Kidney failure

Kidney Failure

What is Kidney Failure? Kidney failure happens when one or both kidney stop functioning normally. This could be due to infections, urine elimination problems or some underlying diseases. Instead of being excreted, wastes like urea, creatinine, uric acid and ammonium ions remain in blood. Accumulation of these substances is toxic to the human system and … Read more

Renal System Components and Function

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Components of Renal System: Components of the renal system include the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. The kidneys have many important functions in the body, including maintenance of proper fluid volume, as well as regulation of electrolyte levels and acid   base balance in the blood. The kidneys eliminate waste products such as urea, uric acid, … Read more