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Genitourinary and Integumentary

Annaliese Redondo, EPCCNS Honor Student

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2.Sting; motor paralysis with seizurers, weakness, rapid pulse, excessive salivation, thrist, dysuria, pulmonary edema, coma, and death
4.record of daily______is the most useful means for assessing fluid balance.
7.First line of therapy for MCNS
10.reddish macule, vesicular, that ruptures easily, spreads peripherally irregular outlines
11.fungal infection of the skin; ringworm; tinea; tinea capitis
13.Syndrome that includes massive proteinuria, hypoalbuminemia, hyperlipidemia, and edema
14.antibacterial agent that inhibits frowth of P. acnes organisms (2 Words)
20.Bite: necrotic ulceration in 7-14 days, may have fever, malaise, restlessness, nausea, bomiting, and joint pain (2 Words)
21.maturation; final phase of the healing process
22.a triad of ______ thrombocytopenia, and renal failure is sufficient for diagnosis of HUS
24.bite; dizziness, weakness, and abdominal pain; delirium, paralysis, seizures (2 Words)
26.Wounds that heal uneventfully within 2 to 3 weeks
28.Wilms tumor or ________ is the most common malignant renal and intraabdominal tumor of childhood.
30.most immediate threat to life with ARF
33.Infection; Incontinence in a toilet-trained child, strong-smelling urine, frequency or urgency may indicate? (2 Words)
34.Common antiinfective agents used for UTI include penicillins, _____cephalosporins, and nitrofurantion
35.Renal failure where the kidneys are able to maintain chemical composition of fluids within normal limits until more than 50% of functional renal capacity is destroyed by disease or injury
39.loss of epidermis
41.most common communicable _______diseases of childhood associated with rashes, (rubeola, rubella, chickenpox)
44.Severe renal impairment
45.respiratory Infection; Children with MCNS are very vulnerable to______
47.proccess of separating colloids and crystalline substances in solution by the difference in their rate of diffusion through a semipermeable membrane.
50.Progressive deterioration over several months or years produces variety of clinical and biochemical distrubances that culminate known as_____
52.elevated; superficial; filled with purulent fluid
53.inflammation of the skin; pruritic usually associated with allergy
54.More than half of the dermatologic problems in children are forms of this
55.full-thickness injuries that involve underlying structures such as muscle, fascia, and bone
56.Uremic Syndrome: uncommon, acute renal disease that occurs in infants and small children
57.firm discrete intensely pruritic nodules at site of attachment
1.____Urea Nitrogen: Renal disease-acute/chronic; the higher the more severe disease
3.acute_______glomerulonephritis is the most common of the postinfectious renal diseases in childhood.
5.The most preventive meauseres are simple____habits
6.Renal failure that exist when kidneys suddenly are unable to regulate volume and composition of urine appropriately in response to food and fluid intake.
8.lesions where changes result from alteration in primary lesions, (rubbing, scratching, medication, involution and healing)
9.esterase; WBC
12.Checks for dehydration, excessive fluid intake (2 Words)
15.3rd degree; serious injuries that involve the entire epidermis and dermis and extend into subQ tissue
16.thrid stage of wound healing with granulation and contracture
17.most common skin problem treated by physicians during patients' adolescence (2 Words)
18.1st degree; usually minor, erythema
19.second stage of wound healing with erythema, swelling, and warmth and pain
23.Hallmark of MCNS is massive_________
25.In MCNS the platelet count and Sodium may be________but H & H will be normal or elevated
27.wounds that do not heal in the expected time frame or are associated with complications
29.or peritoneal dialysis is the effective treatment for HUS
31.Diagnosis of UTI is confirmed by detection of ______ in urine culture
32.Checks for Chronic glomerular disease, more sensitive than specific gravity
36.Lesion wher the skin changes produced by a causative factor (macules, papules, and vesicles)
37.All patients with APSGN have reduced serum________activity in early stages of the disease.
38.2nd degree; involve epidermis and varying degrees of dermis
40.Inflammation of skin and subQ tissues with intense redness, swelling, and firm infiltration; may progress to abscess formation; fever, malise
42.During acute phase shows hematuria and proteinuria of 3+ or 4+ and gross discoloration of the urine
43.bacteria in the urine
46.linear crack or break from epidermis to dermis
48.Disease that is most common tick-borne disorder in the US
49.elevated circumscribed; superficial; filled with serous fluid
53.80% of UTI cases involves this organism

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