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Within the glomerulus, what structures allow small molecules & water to pass?
Within the glomerulus, what structures regulate filtration via relaxation/constriction to alter SA
What induces constriction/contraction of mesengial cells?
- Sympathetic Innervation
- Angiotensin II
Where is 60-70% of Na and H2O reabsorbed?
Proximal Convoluted Tubule
What is permeable within the Descending Loop of Henle? Ascending Loop?
- Descending= H2O
- Ascending= Na & Cl
What two drugs prolong Penn?
What Drugs act on the Proximal Tubule?
- Carboanhydrase Inhibitors:
What Drugs act on the Loop of Henle?
- Loop Diuretics:
Which Drugs act on the Distal Convoluted Tubule?
- Thiazide Diuretics:
What Drugs act on the Distal Convoluted Tubule?
- K Sparing Diuretics:
Which class is a mild diurectic and used to Tx glaucoma?
Which drug type decreases the secretion of Uric Acid?
Which Class is the most powerful of all diruectics?
Which durg classes => Metabolic Acidosis?
Which drugs decreases Na reabsorption and H2O Reabsorption?
Which drug class is used to Tx Hypokalemia & edema/Ascites?
Distal/K Sparing Diuretics
Which Drugs Classes => Metabolic Alkalosis?
- Loop Diuretics
- Thiazide Diuretics
Which drugs => Hypokalemia?
Which durg may reduce bone loss?
Which drug can cause hyperglycemia?
Thiazides are used to Tx:
- Diabetes Insip.
- Mild HF
- Hypertension (Volume and Dilation)
_______ will not be absorbed form horse urine
Amiloride is a _____ diuretic
Action of Furosimide
Blocks Na-K-Cl CARRIER/SYMPORT
Two vasodilators that affect renal perfusion:
Thiazide Diuretics acts on….
The Distal Convoluted Tubule
How & Where are Weak Acids excreted?
- Active Transporters in the
- Proximal Tubles
Which Drugs increase renal perfusion? Which are Contraindicated w/ NSAIDS?
- Eicoasnoids (<- contraindicated)
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