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compare the mechanisms by which sodium, potassium, calcium and chloride in concentrations are regulated to maintain electrolyte balance.

compare the mechanisms by which sodium, potassium, calcium and chloride in concentrations are regulated to maintain electrolyte balance. compare the effects of aging on fluid, electrolyte and acid base balance

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The principle regulatory organ for electrolyte balance is the kidney and the endocrine system.  Sodium and... View the full answer

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