UT Arlington NURS 3366 - GU & renal(1) (19 pages)

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Nurs 3366 - Pathophysiologic Processes: Implications for Nursing

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1 Nursing 3366 Pathologic Processes Implications for Nursing Lecture Notes Disorders of the Genitourinary and Renal Systems Objectives outcomes for this subject 1 the relationship between key aspects of normal genitourinary function and the pathophysiology involved in select genitourinary related conditions including female specific disorders endometriosis ovarian cancer PID UTIs male specific disorders testicular cancer benign prostatic hyperplasia prostate cancer nongender specific problems STIs urologic obstructions 2 the relationship between key aspects of normal renal function and the pathophysiology involved in select renal conditions including hydronephrosis glomerulonephritis acute kidney injury AKI previously known as ARF acute renal failure and chronic kidney disease 3 signs and symptoms related to above pathological conditions including significance of diagnostic test results used to evaluate and monitor renal and genitourinary function such as PSA BUN creatinine urinalysis creatinine clearance 4 basic treatment modalities of the above pathologies Outline I II I A Disorders of genitourinary function A Male specific GU problems 1 BPH 2 prostate cancer 3 testicular cancer 4 infection B Female specific GU problems 1 menopause 2 uterine related problems 3 ovarian cancer 4 infection PID UTI C Non gender specific issues 1 STIs HOME STUDY 2 urologic obstructive disorders Renal disorders A Overview of normal kidney purpose and function 1 the kidneys have dozens of jobs 2 maintenance of balance homeostasis of fluid solute status of body 3 maintenance of certain metabolic functions B The spectrum of renal compromise C Chronic kidney disease Disorders of genitourinary GU function Note because the A P of many of the following reproductive structures overlap with those of the urologic system they are often lumped together with terms such as genitourinary or urogenital Male specific 1 BPH enlarged prostate 2 a proliferation of prostate glandular tissue that is a common



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