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Basic Concepts of Fluid Electrolyte and Renal Physiology
Balance of Water and Electrolytes
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abnormalities absorption activity acute renal failure albumin aldosterone amount angiotensin anion arterial balance basement membrane blood pressure bone calcium capillary cause cell membranes chronic renal failure clinical compartments concentration decrease develop dialysis disorders diuretics drug ECF volume edema effects Electrolyte epithelia excretion extracellular fluid factors Figure gastrointestinal glomerular filtration glomerulonephritis glucose gradient hemodialysis hypercalcemia hypertension hypomagnesemia hyponatremia hypophosphatemia impaired increased ingestion intake interstitial fluid intestinal kidney levels loop loss lumen luminal magnesium mechanisms mEq/liter metabolic acidosis metabolic alkalosis nephron nephrotic syndrome normal occur osmolality oxalate parathyroid hormone patients peritubular permeability phosphate plasma plasma bicarbonate potassium potential produced prostaglandins proteinuria proximal tubule reabsorbed reabsorption reduced renal blood flow renal disease renal function renal tubular renin respiratory response result salt secondary secretion segment serum sodium sodium and water solute therapy thiazides tissue transport urea uremia uremic uric acid urinary urine urolithiasis vascular vitamin