Most common disease contributing to the need for dialysis.
Milk products, bananas, cantaloupe, oranges, potatoes, beans and tomatoes are all high in this.
Excess fluid in the body can cause ____ (swelling).
The number one way to reduce infections. (2 words)
One of the main functions of the kidneys is to ____ waste from blood.
Goal weight when you leave dialysis. (2 words)
Chewing ____ can help with thirst.
Lean meats, eggs, and fish are all good sources of ____ to keep albumin levels up.
What you need to get your medication from the pharmacy. (Only providers can give this.)
Too much of this in your diet can increase thirst.
A condition of reduced blood cells.
What is the name of the facility?
Fruit that is toxic to dialysis patients.
Treatment for people who have kidney failure.
Too much fluid can cause a strain on which major organ?
Fistula, Catheter, and Grafts
A doctor who specializes in kidney failure.
The second leading cause of kidney failure in the United States after diabetes.
Someone who provides an organ or tissue for transplant.
A symptom of high blood pressure.
Phosphate binders should be taken ____ meals.
Kidneys are only about the size of your ____.
Medication that controls the phosphate level in your blood are called phosphate _____. (Hint: Renvela or Calcium Acetate/Phoslo)
High ____ levels can cause itchy skin, weak bones, and damage your heart.
High phosphorous levels can make your skin ____.
When a disease is always present no matter how small in a community we refer to it as an _____.
If there are usually only 20 cases per year of Measles but in 2021, there were 50 cases of Measles, What is this called?
COVID-19 which affects countries throughout the world is considered a _____.
What is the cause of a disease or health condition?
What is the organism that becomes infected by a disease called?
Where does an agent exist?
what is in the middle of the epidemiological triangle?
The capacity of an agent to enter a host and cause infection: a disease that easily spreads from one host to another has high _____.
When symptoms are very noticeable, the disease has high ____.
The capacity of an agent to produce poison is called ____.
When an agent can survive in many adverse environments, they have high ____.
A type of direct transmission whenever anyone coughs, sneezes, or talks.
A type of indirect transmission spread by food, water, or inanimate objects.
This type of prevention is implemented before there is evidence of disease or injury.
This type of prevention is implemented after a disease or injury is established, the goal is to reduce morbidity or mortality.
What type of prevention is a community-level weight loss program?
When you have been exposed to a contagious pathogen like COVID-19 but not showing any symptoms yet you have to go into ____.
When you have been exposed to a contagious pathogen like COVID-19 and are showing symptoms you have to go into ____.
True positive / (True positive + False negative)
True negative / (False positive + True negative)
Systematic error often introduced by a researcher; two types are information and selection.
The number of existing and new cases of a disease/ health-related condition is the ____.
The number of new cases of a disease/ health-related condition is the ____.
Diseases like cardiovascular disease, cancer, or diabetes are ____ diseases.
The incidence among exposed divided by the incidence of unexposed.
Which ratio is used in case-control studies to test the hypothesis?
The leading cause of death with risk factors including hypertension, obesity, and physical inactivity.
The second leading cause of death in the US which has stages 0-IV.
This is a cross-sectional study that uses data that describes groups of individuals.
This study includes individuals used as cases and as controls to test a hypothesis.
A shortcoming of this study is that they are not well-suited for studying very rare diseases and are also time-consuming and expensive. These studies can be performed in the past or future.
The goal of this study is to monitor a population to gather the information that can be used to prevent health threats. There are two kinds: passive and active.
The first point when an individual is exposed to or infected by a disease; point of ____.
When you are fully recovered from the disease or infection you just experience is the ____ period.
The point of the first symptom of a disease or infection is the ____ point.
sympathetic nervous system
Most common disease contributing to the need for dialysis
This is restricted to maximum 1.5 liters daily
Process by which molecules pass through a semi-permeable membrane from a high concentration to a low concentration
Common System that is affected
Type of dialysis that uses the bodies Natural membrane
Functional unit of the kidney
Result of diabetic complications
Vascular access port
This is cleaned in hemodialysis
The "spreading out" of a solvent across a selectively permeable membrane
Three words - one of the several functions of the kidney
Excess fluid build up
Classification for high blood pressure
Hormone that stimulates red blood cell formation
Be an organ donor! so patients can receive a ......
Created by a vascular surgeon, usually in the arm
Process of cleaning of the blood
The waste product of dialysis
Found in the retroperitoneal space
A term used to describe high blood pressure
This food item directly affects blood pressure
Each exercise session should last no less than
You should exercise at least ____ times per week
The bad form of cholesterol is (abbreviation)
The preventable form of diabetes is
____ is the amount of energy it costs to complete a task
The amount of sessions each patient gets to complete Cardiac Rehab
The amount of years Cardiac Rehab has been here at MHWZ
____ is the pressure of circulating blood against the walls of blood vessels
Who is the medical director over Cardiac Rehab?
Infection control precautions are designed to prevent _____ of bloodborne viruses and pathogens among patients.
______are not reusable, and cannot be hanging in the POD for multiple uses.
All disposable supplies brought into the patient's "room" are _______when the patient is discharged from the POD
the treatment area is ______disinfected while the patient is in the POD
the ________is disinfected before the machine is
Heparin vials expire _____days after opening?
you should never touch the dialysis machine with your _____ ______
_____ are required when touching the patients curtains
______hands before applying and after removing gloves
dialysis machines may not recirculate for more than __________
end stage kidney disease
make red blood cell
high blood pressure
balance body fluid
Maintain volume and composition of body fluids
Kidneys filter ? and remove or recycle waste products
Working parts inside the kidneys
transport liquid waste materials from kidneys to bladder
Develops slowly with number of functioning nephrons diminishing
Condition in which protein wastes not excreted, but are circulated in blood
Severe renal failure can result in death unless ? is begun or kidney transplant is performed
Inflammatory disease of kidneys Caused by infection, degenerative processes, or vascular disease
Stones develop in kidneys
Sodium and fluids may be limited to prevent edema,?, and CHF
Renal clients often have increased need for vitamin B, vitamin C, and ?
commonly prescribed to treat or prevent anemia
Must carefully control ? intake during dialysis
Usually associated with gout, gastrointestinal diseases that cause diarrhea, and malignant disease