2009 Quiz X Key - protein synthesis. (a) 1.8 g/kg body...

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HUN 4221 Spring 2009 Quiz X 1. Albert collapses at a UF football game after running around the football field waving to the crowds for 5 hrs in 98 o temperature. He is rushed to Shands Hospital and dies from a fatal heat stroke. Potential cause(s) are the following: (a) Blood sodium <145 meq/L (b) Hypovolemia (c) Reduced blood pressure (d) Reduced blood potassium 2. Select the correct description of expected physiological changes in a patient with hyperaldosteronemia. (a) Hypervolemia (b) Hypernatremia (c) Hypokalemia (d) Convulsions (e) All of the above 3. You are training for a weight lifting competition and undergo strenuous work outs daily for many months prior to the event. Select the correct statement(s) regarding recommendations for your protein intake or source of protein to maintain optimal muscle
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Unformatted text preview: protein synthesis. (a) 1.8 g/kg body weight is recommended (b) 0.8 g/kg body weight is recommended (c) Drinking cows milk after the exercise (d) Drinking soy milk after the exercise (e) a &amp; c 4. As a pharmacist you should advise elderly patients against taking potassium supplements because they may lead to impaired cardiac muscle function. (a) True (b) False 5. After running several miles after classes each day it is more important for you to replace fluid loss vs electrolytes. (a) True (b) False 6. Research studies indicate that protein requirements of the elderly decrease with age. (a) True (b) False 7. Studies have shown that creatine increases muscle protein synthesis. (a) True (b) False...
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2009 Quiz X Key - protein synthesis. (a) 1.8 g/kg body...

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