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NTorres
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2012-05-25 19:03:40
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FLUID & ELECTROLYTES
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  1. Elevated Calcium Levels
  2. What Causes HYPOKalemia
  3. Aldosterone : what Happens with sodium & water
  4. HYPERKalemia
    Pottasium levels are High
  5. Calcium is High & Phosphate is LOw
    There not in Normal range.
  6. ACTIVETRANSPORT
  7. s/s: CALCIUM & SODIUM LEVEL
  8. FLUID COMPARTMENTS
  9. WHERE TO FIND PHOSPHATE?
  10. HORMONE LEVELS
    • -ADH
    • -RENIN
    • -ALDOSTERONE
    • -(ANA)
  11. ORGANS THAT PLAY HORMES LEVEL
  12. CHORIDE LEVELS
  13. HOMEOSTASIS- AND HOW MUCH ML/DAY?
  14. WHAT CAUSES FLUID VOLUME INCREASE?
    (ex: Cirrhosis of the liver)
  15. What Happens when you have a low Hydrogen Ion?
  16. What systems regulate ACID BASE?
    • -BUFFER
    • -LUNGS- Co2/alkaline
  17. What happens with ACTIVETRANSPORT WHEN carries molecule in/out of the cell?
  18. A decrease of FLUID VOLUME :SPECIFIC GRAVITY IN UA?
  19. NORMAL range PO4(phosphate)
  20. ACID BASE BALANCE (pg 499)
    look aterial blood gases??(ns)
  21. Main FUNCTION of K (potassium)
    relationship to the heart.
  22. WHAT regulates SODIUM balance levels?
  23. what is PASSIVE TRANSPORT?
    -Diffusion-is the tendency of molecules of either gases,liquids or solids to move from a region of lower molecular concentration until an equilibrium us reached,

    this movement is cause by KINETIC ENERGY.

    -OSMOSIS-is the diffusion of water through a semipermeable membrane from a region of higer water concerntration to a region of lower water concentration. In solution undergoing osmosis,only water(solvent)molecules move through the membrane.

    Filtration- fluids and the substance dissolve in them are forced through cell membranes by hydrostatic pressure

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