PGY300Renallec1

PGY300Renallec1 - PHYSIOLOGY OF THE KIDNEY AND BODY FLUIDS...

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PHYSIOLOGY OF THE KIDNEY AND BODY FLUIDS PHYSIOLOGY 300 DR. JOHN A. KRASNEY
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Kidney and Body Fluids Silverthorn fourth edition: Chapters 19 and 20 Animations : Urinary System and Fluid and Electrolytes. Renal Problems
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FORMATION OF URINE Chapter 19, pages 614-620 Animations: Urinary System: Anatomy Review pages 1-9 Fluid and Electrolytes: Introduction to Body Fluids pages 1-24
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Relevant Terms Kidney Renal Nephrology
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Renal Functions Kidneys regulate the VOLUME and COMPOSITION of the EXTRACELLULAR FLUID (ECF). The kidneys regulate the volume of WATER and CONCENTRATION of ions in the ECF. This is called Fluid and Electrolyte Balance .
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Renal Functions (cont.) Handling (transport) of solutes (glucose, sodium, potassium, urea and H +) . Handling (transport) of solvent (water). Regulation of the osmolarity of the Extracellular Fluid Compartment.
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Regulation of ECF Electrolyte Balance (Na + , K + ). Regulation of ECF acid-base balance ([H
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