Lecture 17, Endo 18BB

Adrenergic receptors and catecholamines increased

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Unformatted text preview: arrhea and vomiting » Leading to fluid loss Symptoms likely due to – Increased beta adrenergic receptors and catecholamines Increased (autonomic NS) (autonomic Hyperthyroidism Hyperthyroidism Thyrotoxic Crisis (Thyroid Storm) Treatment rationale 1. 2. 2. Drugs to prevent TH synthesis – propylthiouracil Dysfunction Endocrine Pancreas Dysfunction Diabetes Mellitus Normal Insulin Function Normal Lowers blood glucose levels (after Lowers eating) eating) 1. Enhances transport of glucose into Enhances cells cells 2. Inhibits breakdown of glycogen to Inhibits glucose glucose 3. Inhibits breakdown of amino acids Inhibits and fats to glucose and 4. Uptake of amino acids and protein Uptake synthesis synthesis Dysfunction Endocrine Pancreas Dysfunction Diabetes Mellitus Defined.. – – Chronic hyperglycemia w/ altered carbohydrate, fat Chronic and protein metabolism and Dysfunction Endocrine Pancreas Dysfunction Diabetes Mellitus Different types of diabetes mellitus – Type I » – Type II » Dysfunction Endocrine Pancreas Dysfunction Diabetes Mellitus Diagnosis 1. More than one fasting gluc...
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2013 for the course BIO 205 taught by Professor Dr.cady during the Spring '11 term at Bradley.

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