LABORATORY REPORT 1
Effect of Exercise on Arterial Pressure and Vascular Resistance
Exercise will cause MAP to decrease
Exercise will cause systemic vascular resistance to decrease
Exercise will cause
1. Patient underwent fine-needle aspiration to remove fluid sample from a cyst, anterior neck.
Physician palpated the cyst, cleansed the site with Betadine solution, and inserted a 25-gauge
needle into the cyst. Approximately 2 cc of fluid were removed. T
Describe the causes of an UTI in both genders.
Men and women, both, can develop a urinary tract infection (UTI). However, women pose a
greater risk of a UTI, because their urethra is shorter than a mans. In a woman, bacteria have a
shorter distance to tra
Daily water intake and loss should be equal
Kidneys adjust amount of water lost in urine
The functional unit of the kidney is the nephron. Each nephron filters blood and modifies that filtrate, via
the processes of reabsorption and secretion, to form urin
Blood Electrolyte Imbalances
There are several different types of electrolytes that can be found in body fluids located
within the plasma, interstitial fluid, or intracellular fluid. Each electrolyte has a specific
function, so having too much or too litt
List the name and normal ranges of your chosen electrolyte.
The electrolyte that I chose to research is magnesium. The normal range of magnesium levels
in the blood for adults is between 1.8 and 2.6 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL). For children, the