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D78B91B960AF438E85BCA8EB107BD96F - Urea – from metabolism...

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Chapter 26 Urinary System
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Functions of the Kidneys Regulating blood ionic composition Regulating blood pH Regulating blood volume Regulating blood pressure Produce calcitrol and erythropoietin Regulating blood glucose Excreting wastes
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Functions Regulating blood ionic composition Regulating blood pH Regulating blood volume Regulating blood pressure Produce calcitrol and erythropoietin Regulating blood glucose Excreting wastes
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Characteristics of Urine Volume = 1 to 2 liters / day Color = yellow or amber (red from beets) Turbidity = Transparent Odor = aromatic (asparagus gives another distinct odor) pH = 4.6 to 8.0 Specific gravity (density) – more dense with solutes.
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Filtered or Reabsorbed Substance Plasma Urine Proteins 200 g 0.1 g Bicarbonate 4.6 g 0 Glucose 3 g 0 Urea 4.8 g 25 g Uric acid 0.15 g 0.8 g Creatinine 0.03 g 1.6 g
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Normal Constituents of Urine
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Unformatted text preview: Urea – from metabolism of amino acids • Creatinine – from creatine metabolism • Uric acid – from catabolism of nucleic acids • Urobilinogen – breakdown of hemoglobin • Hippuric acid, indican, and ketone bodies • Other substances and inorganic molecules Abnormal Constituents of Urine • Albuminuria • Glucosuria • Hematuria • Pyuria • Ketonuria (Ketosis) • Bilirubinuria • Casts • Renal calculi • Microbes Words • Glomerulonephritis ( Steptococcus) • Pyelonephritis • Cystitis • Polycystic disease • Renal failure • UTI’s • Azotemia More Words • Intravenous Pyelogram (IVP) • Uremia • Urethritis • Enuresis • Nocturnal enuresis • Micturition • Incontinence More Words • Lithotripsy • Dysuria • Polyuria • Nocturia • Anuria • Oliguria...
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