Your patient has been diagnosed with chronic kidney failure. Which of the following aspects of the patient's history was likely to contritbute to this?

 

Want to Take FREE Nursing Practice Questions?

We have put together the World's Largest Bank of Nursing Practice Questions, and are letting you have access for FREE! You get to test out the system with 25 free nursing practice questions to start, and then memberships start at only a few bucks per month! Get started now for free - no credit card required!

Correct

- Diabetes mellitus

- Hypertension

- Generalized anxiety disorder

- Rheumatoid arthritis

- Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA)

Rationale

DM, HTN, and autoimmune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis all can cause chronic kidney failure. A history of a TIA and GAD while important, are not direct causes of CKF.

References:

How Would You Rate The Quality of This Question?

We’re always trying to improve, so your feedback is vital to helping us make this resource as good as possible. Was it well written? Good content?

How Other Nurses Stack Up

20%

Answered The Question Correctly.