exercise_fluids_topic_1 - 6 List the major extracellular...

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Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance: Introduction to Body Fluids 1. a. Where are fluids absorbed? ____________________ b. Where are excess fluids and electrolytes lost?____________________ 2. Name four of the six functions of water. a. b. c. d. 3. a. The amount of water in the body depends on the amount of ________________. b. From the CD, list the person with the highest and lowest percentage of water and give the percentage. 1. Highest ___________________ _______% 2. Lowest ___________________ _______% 4. List the three fluid compartments and the percentage of total body water in each. a. ___________________ _______% b. ___________________ _______% c. ___________________ _______% 5. Give an example of each of the following solutes: a. Ions/electrolytes ___________________ b. Colloids ___________________ c. Nonelectrolytes ___________________
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Unformatted text preview: 6. List the major extracellular and intracellular cations and anions a. Extracellular cations: _______________ anions: _________________ b. Intracellular cations: ________________ anions: ________________ 7. Within a fluid compartment, the total number of ____________________ must be equal to the total number of _________________________. 8. Name four of the seven functions given for electrolytes: a. b. c. d. 9. Osmosis: When more solute particles are added to one side of a container with a selectively permeable membrane, which way will the water move? 10. What happens to a patient’s red blood cells when the following solutions are given: a. Hypotonic solution _______________________________ b. Hypertonic solution _______________________________ c. Isotonic solution _______________________________...
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