BIPN102 M2 SP04

BIPN102 M2 SP04 - BIPN 102, Mammalian Physiology II Spring,...

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BIPN 102, Mammalian Physiology II Name: __ ANSWER KEY _____ Spring, 2004, 2nd Midterm Exam. UC ID #:__________________ May 20, 2004 Page 1 1.(20 points). A. Write the Henderson-Hasselbach equation and the expected values of each of its parameters in arterial plasma of a healthy student at UCSD. B. You read the following laboratory results in arterial plasma of an adult: PaO 2 = 40 mm Hg, PaCO 2 = 20 mm Hg, [HCO 3 ‾] = 22 mM, [K + ] = 4 mM. Diagnose the type of acid/base imbalance in the above patient and justify your diagnosis using the laboratory data: C. Based on the laboratory data, what was the most likely cause of the patient’s condition? The P a o 2 is low (normal = 100 mm Hg), which stimulates ventilation, causing hyperventilation that decreases P a co 2 and increases pH. D. Indicate which changes you expect in the laboratory data after physiological compensation: 2.(6 points). List three structures that increase the surface area of the mucosa in the small intestine. 3.(16 points). Parietal cells of the gastric mucosa have 4 different types of receptors that regulate
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2012 for the course BIPN 102 taught by Professor Nefzi during the Fall '06 term at UCSD.

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BIPN102 M2 SP04 - BIPN 102, Mammalian Physiology II Spring,...

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