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RENAL PHYSIOLOGY LECTURE NOTES - Florida State University

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RENAL PHYSIOLOGY LECTURE NOTES - Florida State University

A. Regulation. 1. Body fluid osmolality and volume. 2. Electrolyte balance. 3. Acid-base balance. ... Straight part of PT. 2. Descending thin limb. 3. Loop. 4. Ascending thin limb. 5. ... RENAL PHYSIOLOGY LECTURE NOTES Author: Dept. of Biological Sciences Last modified by:

http://www.neuro.fsu.edu/~freeman/PCB5747/RENAL1.doc

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Chapter 26: The Urinary System - Mesa Community College

In the order that fluid passes through them, ... Discuss the roles of angiotensin II and ANP in the regulation of GFR. TUBULAR REABSPOPTION AND SECRETION. ... Describe the three main ways angiotensin II affects renal physiology.

http://www.mc.maricopa.edu/~pamharrison/Bio202/Chapter26.doc

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STUDY GUIDE FOR FINAL EXAM: - Spokane Falls Community College

Human Anatomy & Physiology 243. Unit 2: ... Renal autoregulation Hormonal regulation. Renin Angiotensin converting enzyme. Angiotensinogen Angiotensin II. ... FLUID, ELECTROLYTE, AND ACID-BASE HOMEOSTASIS. 1. Know the body fluid and electrolyte compartments.

http://faculty.spokanefalls.edu/InetShare/AutoWebs/GaryB/AP%20243/Unit%202/URINARYRespiratory%20Study%20Guidesp06.doc

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NOTES - Austin Community College District

Understand physiology / kidney function *Read text p. 1104-1108; Dx Studies Tab. 45-8; ... Part II _____ Renal Trauma- p 1141. Renal Trauma (click- series ... kidney’s inability to remove urea from blood; characteristic of uremia> fluid and electrolyte imbalances.

http://www.austincc.edu/nursmods/online/online_lev4/rnsg_2432/documents/NotesARF_000.doc

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NOTES - Austin Community College District

Normal physiology. as relates to renal function (review renal anatomy and . physiology; critical!) ... Part II ... toxic; due to kidneys inability to remove urea form blood; characteristic of uremia)> fluid and electrolyte imbalances. I. Etiology/Pathophysiology related ...

http://www.austincc.edu/adnlev4/rnsg2331online/module12/42-RNSG%202432-online%20Mod_12%20Notes%20Su07.doc

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Anatomy & Physiology 34A Lecture & Lab - El Camino College

to the Anatomy and Physiology II lecture and lab! ... system and immunity, respiratory system, digestive system and nutrition, cellular respiration, urinary system, fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance, ... PhysioEx Renal Physiology Lab 41B Th, 5/17 Fluid, Electrolyte, ...

http://www.elcamino.edu/faculty/msteinberg/a&p34b_syllabus/a&p34B_syllabus_s12.doc

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Lab 16 - Not Your Average Student

Hormonal regulation of GFR is through the action of angiotensin II and atrial ... to progressive impairment of renal function and eventually to renal failure. Chapter 27. FLUID, ELECTROLYTE, ... than adults with respect to fluid distribution, regulation of fluid and ...

http://www.notyouraveragestudent.com/Physiology/LabNotes/Lab%2016%20Objectives.doc

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Urinary System - Department of Zoology, UBC

Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid-Base Balance: ... → the kidney plays a critical role in the regulation of blood volume as salt and water balance affects cardiac output and blood pressure. ... → This is a passive, nonspecific process - the renal corpuscle acts as a simple mechanical filter

http://www.zoology.ubc.ca/~harris/Urinary_Physiology.doc

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Resume 11/94 - Home - Nephrology-Hypertension UC San Diego

American Journal of Physiology, Renal Fluid and Electrolyte Physiology, 266 ... of Upstream Stimulatory Factors in Regulation of Renal Transforming Growth Factor ... F. The anti-fibrotic effects of relaxin in human renal fibroblasts are mediated in part by inhibition of the Smad2 pathway ...

http://nephrology.ucsd.edu/faculty/pdf/sharma.doc

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The Urinary System - Lisle

... (the first part of the renal tubule) Nephron Anatomy. Renal tubule extends from glomerular capsule and ends at the collecting duct. Glomerular ... Fluid, Electrolyte, ... Regulation of Water and Electrolyte Reabsorption. Osmoreceptors .

http://www.lisle202.org/pages/uploaded_files/LECTURE%20NOTES%2015.doc

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Interactive Physiology Review Worksheets - Higher Education ...

... System II Ion Channels Synaptic ... Regulation Autoregulation and Capillary Dynamics The Respiratory System Pulmonary Ventilation Gas Exchange Control of Respiration The Urinary System Glomerular Filtration Early Filtrate Processing Late Filtrate Processing Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid ...

http://www.aw-bc.com/info/ip/IPexercisesheets.doc

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Suggested Lecture Outline - Morgan Community College

OVERVIEW OF RENAL PHYSIOLOGY. ... They permit K+ to diffuse down the concentration gradient into the tubular fluid. Hormonal Regulation of Tubular ... angiotensin II increases blood volume and blood pressure and is a major regulator of electrolyte reabsorption and secretion along with ...

http://www.morgancc.edu/faculty/smith,l/A&P%20II/Lecture%20Notes/ch26%20Lecture%20Notes.doc

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1 - World Tracker Public Logistics Community Beta 3

Principles of Renal Physiology . 961. ... Examples include problems with fluid, electrolyte, ... His doctor tells him that part of his problem stems from renal arteriosclerosis. Why would this cause hypertension? 29. Mannitol is a sugar that is filtered, ...

http://worldtracker.org/media/library/College%20Books/Fundamentals%20of%20Anatomy%20and%20Physiology/26-Chapter.doc

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old.lf3.cuni.cz

... fluid regulation is achieved by controlling the intake and excretion ... *Circulating angiotensin II enhances renal sodium retention both by a direct ... Guanylin and uroguanylin are produced within the intestinal mucosa to serve in regulation of intestinal fluid and electrolyte ...

http://old.lf3.cuni.cz/physio/Physiology/education/materialy/reinis/kidney12.doc

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Chapter 24

OVERVIEW OF RENAL PHYSIOLOGY. ... Discuss the roles of angiotensin II and ANP in the regulation of GFR. TUBULAR REABSPOPTION AND SECRETION. ... AGING AND FLUID, ELECTROLYTE, AND ACID-BASE BALANCE. Discuss the effect of aging on fluid, electrolyte, ...

http://classes.midlandstech.edu/carterp/Courses/bio211/211exam3sg.doc

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STRUCTURE AND REGULATIONS FOR THE FELLOWSHIP EXAMINATION IN ...

Renal physiologyrenal blood flow, renal function tests, glomerular filtration. Fluid and electrolyte homeostasis. Acid base balance. Body enzymes . Central nervous system: Brain, ... From October 2009 casebooks are no longer acceptable for the Part II examinations.

http://www.wacs-coac.org/docs/CURRICULUM%20FOR%20FACULTY%20OF%20ANAESTHESIA.doc

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Suffolk County Community College

Anatomy and Physiology II. II. ... and the homeostatic principles of electrolyte, fluid and acid base balance. ... Cardiovascular Physiology. e. Cardiovascular Regulation. f. Cardiovascular Response. g. Distribution of Blood Vessels. B.

http://depthome.sunysuffolk.edu/East/RMFS/Biology/BIO132_syl.doc

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1 - World Tracker Public Logistics Community Beta 3

Fluid, Electrolyte, ... As we saw in Chapter 26, the physiological adjustments in renal function are regulated primarily by circulating hormones. ... Aldosterone secretion is stimulated by angiotensin II as part of the regulation of blood volume.

http://worldtracker.org/media/library/College%20Books/Fundamentals%20of%20Anatomy%20and%20Physiology/27-Chapter.doc

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1) Which of the following are the first tissues that form in ...

OVERVIEW OF RENAL PHYSIOLOGY. ... They permit K+ to diffuse down the concentration gradient into the tubular fluid. Hormonal Regulation of Tubular ... angiotensin II increases blood volume and blood pressure and is a major regulator of electrolyte reabsorption and secretion along with ...

http://m.se.hccs.edu/Users/lifang.tien/MyDocuments/Biol%202402/Chapter%2026.doc

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LSPHYS 401

Physiology. Winter Semester 2010. Exam IV. April 12, ... Regulation of water and electrolyte balances . C) Regulation of body fluid osmolality . D) Regulation of arterial pressure . E) Regulation of acid-base balance .

http://www.umkc2013.com/files/2013/First%20Year/Spring_10/Physiology/Phys%20Exams/2010/Exam%204.doc

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FLUIDS AND ELECTROLVTES - Reocities

Overview of Fluid Regulation by the Body Systems. Normal Physiology of the BODY FLUIDS. ... Renal Regulation . ... Replacement of abnormal fluid & electrolyte losses [surgery, trauma, burns, GI bleeding]

http://www.reocities.com/jtiongco_99_2000/MS/ms_lec3_fluids_and_electrolytes.doc

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Chapter 26

OVERVIEW OF RENAL PHYSIOLOGY. ... They permit K+ to diffuse down the concentration gradient into the tubular fluid. Hormonal Regulation of Tubular ... angiotensin II increases blood volume and blood pressure and is a major regulator of electrolyte reabsorption and secretion along with ...

http://www2.sunysuffolk.edu/bernsb/bio132/Suffolk%20Bio%20132/ch26%20Urinary%20System.doc

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pbl14.weebly.com

... Biochemistry and Physiology of renal function (q’s 1-5) Describe the overall role of the kidneys in fluid, electrolyte and acid-base homeostasis. ... Angiotensin II elevates blood volume and blood pressure (elevating GFR)

http://pbl14.weebly.com/uploads/1/7/8/9/1789173/lo_biochemistry_and_physiology_of_renal_function.doc

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RENAL TUBULAR REABSORPTION - Ohio State University

A few substances experience reabsorption in one part of the renal tubule and secretion in another part (e.g. potassium, urate). Renal excretion is the algebraic sum of ... The regulation of extracellular fluid Ca+2 concentration requires the ... Renal Physiology: Principles, Structure, and ...

http://www.vet.ohio-state.edu/assets/courses/vm602/notes/reabs.doc

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SUPPLEMENT/ANCILLARY TITLE - McGraw-Hill

Physiology of the Kidneys. ... The primary function of the kidney is the regulation of the intracellular fluid environment in the body. ... Renal Control of Electrolyte and Acid-Base Balance. 60. c, 61. a, 62. b, 63. c, 64. a, 65. e, 66. c, 67. e.

http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/dl/free/0072919280/65622/ch17.doc

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Central Ohio Technical College

Exam II Renal ……………… ... anatomy and physiology, and pharmacology are integrated through the nursing process for clients exhibiting problems with fluid and electrolyte regulation. Excretion (renal)

http://www.cotc.edu/faculty-and-staff/FacultySites/cwashington/Documents/4206%20Syllabus%20I%20Autumn%202008%20Final%20copy.doc

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EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT TASKS

... as well as their role in maintaining fluid and electrolyte balance. ... Writing a scientific report is a basic skill that Physiology learners should acquire as part of their education. ... Explain the role of angiotensin II in renal excretion.

http://cdn-lnx1.nwu.ac.za/P_18/FLGX%20312%20PEC%202013.doc

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PH 306 - Anatomy and Physiology - Spring 2000 - Lecture outline

UNITS I & II. Overview of cardiovascular physiology. Intrinsic regulation. Heart: ... ( fluid retention part of normal compensation mechanism . ... regulation of H2O and electrolyte levels. regulation of pH. excretion of wastes . Kidneys:

http://web.campbell.edu/faculty/junker/courses/PH%20306/306%20NOTES%202008.doc

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Pathophysiology 4: Renal and Pulmonary - Raymond Cheong

Physiologic regulation of GFR alters these parameters, ... The glomerular capillary pressure is controlled by the afferent and efferent arterioles. Renal plasma flow = (aortic pressure ... Fluid and electrolyte homeostasis:

http://www.raymondcheong.com/Year2/section4/AD%2002%20-%20Renal%20pathophysiology.doc

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Nephrology Training Program

... Nephrology fellows are selected, in part, ... Brenner, Rector, Coe Renal physiology in health and disease, Saunders. Clinical Nephrology, Hypertension. 1. ... Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid Base: Regulation and Disorders:

http://www.nephrology.med.ucla.edu/applications/Curriculum%2011-12.doc

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LECTURE OUTLINE - St. Louis Community College

... Fluid, Electrolyte, ... ( Blood volume ( blood pressure ( renin. Renin converts angiotensinogen ( angiotensin I ( angiotensin II ( aldosterone. Cortisol- major glucocorticoid. Promotes . Glucose synthesis and glycogen ... Renal regulation- the kidneys eliminate excess acids and bases and ...

http://users.stlcc.edu/cgopalan/bio208/Entire_Syllabus_AP2.doc

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15 - The Urinary System - Bethel Local School District

III. FLUID, ELECTROLYTE, AND ACID-BASE BALANCE ... Kidneys: Formation of urine, regulation of acid-base balance, electrolyte balance, and water balance of the blood. Ureters: ... InterActive Physiology 9-System Suite (ADAM, BC; Win/Mac).

http://www.bethel.k12.oh.us/gatrellm/files/2011/02/ch15summary.doc

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24 THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

A nephron consists of a renal corpuscle where fluid is filtered, ... 2. neural regulation. 3. hormonal regulation. Renal autoregulaton: ... angiotensin II increases blood volume and blood pressure and is a major regulator of electrolyte reabsorption and secretion along with aldosterone, ...

http://faculty.spokanefalls.edu/InetShare/AutoWebs/garybr/Urinary%20System%20Summary%20Ch%2026%202014.doc

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CHAPTER

Regulation of water and electrolyte balances. Regulation of body fluid osmolality and electrolyte concentrations. ... The outer part of the kidney, the renal cortex, ... A powerful renal vasoconstrictor, angiotensin II, ...

http://site.iugaza.edu.ps/oferwana/files/2010/02/PHYSIOLOGY_I.doc

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The Endocrine System - Midlands Technical College

Part 3: Physiology of Chemical Digestion and Absorption. ... The medial surface is concave and has a renal hilus that leads into a renal sinus, ... Sodium is the most important cation to regulation of fluid and electrolyte balance in the body due to its abundance and osmotic pressure. 2.

http://classes.midlandstech.edu/carterp/Courses/bio211/bio211exam3packet.doc

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Didactic questionnaire of Department of Paediatrics and Nephrol

Renal anatomy and physiology revision and Pathology of Kidney Disorders. ... “Practical algorithms in children with disturbances in fluid/ electrolyte/ acid base balance. ... Part 1. Assessing the rate, pattern and effort of breathing.

http://www.umb.edu.pl/photo/pliki/Dziekanat-English-Division/course_descriptions/iv_year/pediatrics-2.doc

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www.vet.ohio-state.edu

The tubular secretion of hydrogen ions and ammonia will be considered later in the discussion of the renal regulation of acid-base balance. ... potassium is the only plasma electrolyte both reabsorbed and secreted by the renal ... Renal Physiology: Principles, Structure, and Function (ed 2 ...

http://www.vet.ohio-state.edu/assets/courses/vm602/notes/secretion.doc

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ICS Objectives for Renal and Male Repro-2009-2010

Renal Physiology (pgs 3-18)-Kasinath. overview of the functions of the kidney. 1) ... [Na] 3) calculate fluid/electrolyte requirements for degree/type of dehydration. Water deficit determined by acute wt loss over <24hrs. ... Chronic Renal Failure-Part One (pgs 173-196)-Henrich.

http://som.uthscsa.edu/StudentAffairs/documents/ICSObjectivesforRenalandMaleRepro.doc

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Excretion is the elimination of waste products of metabolism

... situated in the anterior part of the pelvic cavity, that serves, ... and thus promotes loss of fluid from the body. end stage renal disease (ESRD) ... It also functions to maintain homeostasis of the body by regulating fluid level, the pH level and electrolyte composition within the blood.

http://www.soph.uab.edu/coursesites/biobasis/Old/chapter%209%20kidney.doc

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DM Part I HANDBOOK

... fluid and electrolyte abnormalities, acid-base ... Acid/base balance; electrolyte balance; Blood Section II Cardiovascular system The heart; the circulation; cardiovascular homeostasis Section ... Be able to discuss the changes in renal physiology in response to changes in fluid and ...

http://myspot.mona.uwi.edu/emergencymedicine/sites/default/files/emergencymedicine/uploads/DM_1_hand_book_July_2009.doc

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SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Anatomy and Physiology II - (Bio132) INSTRUCTOR . Professor Peter Smith ([email protected]) ... Metabolism, Fluid & Electrolyte Balance . e. Digestive System . f. Cardiovascular System . g. Lymphatic System . h. ... C. Renal Control . D. Electrolyte Balance . VIII. Reproductive System .

http://www2.sunysuffolk.edu/smithpr/Web_site/Bio_132_files/BIO132%20Course%20Syllabus%20.doc

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bio 112 lecture outline - Midlands Technical College

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II. LECTURE OUTLINE. Prepared by: David T. Corey, Ph.D. ... Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance. Body Fluids - total body water is a function of weight, ... - acid-base balance is achieved by renal regulation of bicarbonate ion .

http://www.midlandstech.edu/science/B211OUTline_Corey.DOC

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www.kishwaukeecollege.edu

Management of Clients with Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Imbalance. ... Identify the effects of aging on fluid and electrolyte regulation. ... Analyze the anatomical physiology of the upper and lower urinary tracts.

http://www.kishwaukeecollege.edu/faculty_sites/files/jormond/CF-SP11-NUR_264_5B01_1503_1152105901.doc

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CHAPTER

... new pores that allow free diffusion of water from the tubular fluid through the tubular epithelial cells and into the renal interstitial fluid. ... Regulation. When a concentrated electrolyte solution is injected ... by the extracellular fluid concentrations of angiotensin II and ...

http://site.iugaza.edu.ps/oferwana/files/2010/02/PHYSIOLOGY_II.doc

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Identify the principles of fluid and electrolyte balance. 4. Describe the functions, measurement, sources, ... Part II" 1. Respiratory VC07 ... Renal Balance: Metabolic Alkalosis and Acidosis, Part III" April 2, 2003 IV ...

http://intranet.tdmu.edu.te.ua/data/kafedra/theacher/meds/meds_lischenko/English/Recommendations%20for%20preparing%20practical%20classes/101syl%5b1%5d.sp03.doc

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EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING

II. COURSE TITLE: Human Physiology and Pathophysiology for Advanced Nursing Practice. ... any sequential part thereof, ... Fluid and electrolyte imbalance. Acid base balance. Renal Failure. Title: EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING Author:

http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/gcc/upload/NURS-6050-2.doc

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PHYSIOLOGY - Gerald Tan

Part A: 6 questions (short), ... (ii) arterial blood from a person with anaemia (haemoglobin concentration 9gm/dL, ... Explain how this isotonic fluid, as it passes through the renal tubule, may eventually emerge from the collecting duct ...

http://www.geraldtan.com/school/phys-tys.doc

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BLOOD - Indiana State University

Since much of renal physiology depends on the process of osmosis, ... ii. renal tubules including proximal convoluted tubule, loop of Henle, ... Regulation of Intake Fluid intake is governed mainly by thirst. a.

http://isu.indstate.edu/~jowhitak/lecturenotes.doc

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SUPPLEMENT/ANCILLARY TITLE - McGraw-Hill

Physiology of the Kidneys. ... The primary function of the kidney is the regulation of the intracellular fluid environment in the body. ... Renal Control of Electrolyte and Acid-Base Balance. 55. c, 56. a, 57. b, 58. c, 59. a, 60. e, 61. c, 62. e.

http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/dl/free/0070272352/23525/ch17.doc

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Dialysis Units - Connecticut

... which shall include renal physiology and pathology. ... Instruction in anatomy and physiology, fluid and electrolyte balance, principles related to dialysis systems and devices, renal drug therapy, ... (ii)(iii). The medical records ...

http://www.dir.ct.gov/dph/PHC/docs/46_Dialysis_Units.doc

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