By Donald Walker
Английское пособие по самообороне середины XIX века.
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Secreting renin. B. producing aldosterone. C. slowing the release of ADH. D. secreting ANP. The eventual effect of renin secretion is an increase in blood pressure. 5. solution to a patient may cause too much fluid to be: A. pulled from the cells into the bloodstream, which may cause the cells to shrink. B. pulled out of the bloodstream into the cells. C. pushed out of the bloodstream into the extravascular spaces. D. pulled from the cells into the bloodstream, which may cause the cells to increase in size.
Potassium. B. chloride. C. calcium. D. sodium. This puts the patient at risk for hyperkalemia. 2. Diuretics affect the kidneys by altering the reabsorption and excretion of: A. water only. B. electrolytes only. C. water and electrolytes. D. other drugs. At the same time, other electrolytes such as potassium can also be excreted in urine. 3. The main extracellular cation is: A. calcium. B. potassium. C. bicarbonate. D. sodium. In addition to other functions, it helps regulate fluid balance in the body.
Pulled from the cells into the bloodstream, which may cause the cells to shrink. B. pulled out of the bloodstream into the cells. C. pushed out of the bloodstream into the extravascular spaces. D. pulled from the cells into the bloodstream, which may cause the cells to increase in size. solution is greater than the concentration of solutes in the patient’s blood, a hypertonic solution may cause fluid to be pulled from the cells into the bloodstream, causing the cells to shrink. You’re a fluid whiz.