The Patient with Progressive Renal Insufficiency and a Failing Renal Transplant: A

The Patient with Progressive Renal Insufficiency and a Failing Renal Transplant: A

Identification: nnj_mj02A1
Issue: May-June 2002
Volume: Vol. 29, No. 3

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Goal: Describe the patient with progressive renal insufficiency (PRI) and a failing renal transplant and the challenges for the nephrology nurse.

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  1. Discuss how a failing renal transplant impacts the clinical presentation of progressive renal insufficiency.
  2. Outline the clinical assessment of the immunosuppressed patient with progressive renal insufficiency.
  3. Explain nursing interventions that can result in improved outcomes in the patient with progressive renal insufficiency and a failing transplant.


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