Mr. E. has been hospitalised for ascites therapy. He also has kidney disease and a history of binge drinking. a. Which diuretic medicine should the nurse anticipate? CASE Read the question that was posed to Mr. F. c. What kind of monitoring will be done on a regular basis? Lily’s y ant is 100/5, and she is a c muscle. Brendan, a 39-year-old bricklayer, is on a thiazide diuretic to control his high blood pressure. He tells the nurse at a follow-up appointment that he believes the drug is affecting his “love life.“ 1. To what side effect of thiazide medication is Brendan most likely referring? b. The nurse notices a package of 2. ver licorice in Brendan’s coat pocket while she is talking. He claims that he eats the sweets “for energy,” particularly in the morning. 3. Th tor fu since he has been really fatigued for the past few days. What will Brendan learn from the nurse? Mrs. H. calls the nurse, stating that she has recently started diuretic medication for hypertension. Mrs. H. is concerned since her neighbor, who also takes hypertension medicine, has advised her not to consume too many bananas or other potassium-rich foods. “But you advised me to consume potassium-rich foods,” Mrs. H. replies to the nurse, “What’s going on?” How will the nurse respond? Mrs. P., who has moderate renal failure, will be started on diuretic medication for hypertension. Which diuretic would be more successful for Mrs. P.: a loop diuretic or a thiazide diuretic? Give an explanation for your response.