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Clinical epidemiology and consequences of having high blood pressure

Clinical epidemiology and consequences of having high blood pressure

Clinical epidemiology and consequences of having high blood pressure. Ivo Ricardo de Seabra Rodrigues Dias. What is hypertension?.

By ivanbritt
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Interpretation of Laboratory Tests: A Case-Oriented Review of Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis

Interpretation of Laboratory Tests: A Case-Oriented Review of Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis

Interpretation of Laboratory Tests: A Case-Oriented Review of Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis. Roger L. Bertholf, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Pathology University of Florida Health Science Center/Jacksonville. Case 1: Oliguria and hematuria. Case 1: Oliguria and hematuria.

By alexis
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Reabsorption of sodium and water

Reabsorption of sodium and water

Reabsorption of sodium and water. S pecific learning objectives. Renal handling of sodium Reabsorption of sodium at different levels of nephron Applied aspects Reabsorption of water Applied aspects. Na + Reabsorption.

By aya
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Urinary System

Urinary System

Urinary System. Kidneys: formation of urine -contains the functional unit for filtration = Nephron -production of urine, absorption of water and salts Ureters: transfer of urine from kidneys to bladder Urethra: transfer of urine from bladder to outside

By glynis
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**Cowboys

**Cowboys

**Cowboys. Regulation of Water Intake. Signals from the brain (hypothalamus) Dry mouth motivate the consumption of fluid. Regulation of Water Losses. Antidiuretic hormone ( ADH ): acts on kidneys to increase water reabsorption. 10-1 4. Sodium and Blood Pressure Control. 10-2 3.

By mckayla
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Subthalamus & Hypothalamus

Subthalamus & Hypothalamus

DIENCEPHALON. Subthalamus & Hypothalamus. Dr Zeenat Zaidi. SUBTHALAMUS. SUBTHALAMUS. Region of diencephalon located below the thalamus & dorsolateral to hypothalamus Continues caudally with the midbrain. Th. Hypothalamus. Contents. Rostral extension of: Red nucleus

By benicio
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Chapter 45 Chemical Signals in Animals

Chapter 45 Chemical Signals in Animals

Chapter 45 Chemical Signals in Animals. The endocrine system and the nervous system are structurally, chemically, and functionally related. Regulatory systems. Hormone ~ chemical signal secreted into body fluids (blood) communicating regulatory messages

By ohio
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ACUTE RENAL FAILURE

ACUTE RENAL FAILURE

ACUTE RENAL FAILURE. Carly Thompson MD, CCFP August 27, 2008. Objectives. Definitions Epidemiology Differential Diagnosis Investigations: Labs, Urinalysis, Imaging Treatment: Medications Renal Replacement Therapy. Case 1. Mrs. K. Bean 78 yo female

By nickan
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Regulation of Glomerular Filtration

Regulation of Glomerular Filtration

Regulation of Glomerular Filtration. Three mechanisms control the GFR Renal autoregulation (intrinsic system) Neural controls Hormonal mechanism (the renin-angiotensin system). Intrinsic Controls.

By skyla
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Block: URIN 313 Physiology of THE URINARY SYSTEM Lecture 3

Block: URIN 313 Physiology of THE URINARY SYSTEM Lecture 3

Block: URIN 313 Physiology of THE URINARY SYSTEM Lecture 3. Dr. Amel Eassawi Dr. Shaikh Mujeeb Ahmed. TUBULAR REABSORPTION - 1. OBJECTIVES. Qualitatively describe the forces that determine movement of reabsorbed fluid from interstitium into peritubular capillaries.

By anja
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Water Balance

Water Balance

Water Balance. Water Balance. In a general sense: increased water intake = increas e urine output exercise or decreased water = reduc e urine output These adjustments involve the interaction of the body’s two communication systems: the nervous system the endocrine system .

By cloris
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The Urinary System

The Urinary System

The Urinary System. Function. Remove nitrogenous wastes Maintain electrolyte, acid-base, and fluid balance of blood Homeostatic organ Acts as blood filter Release hormones: calcitriol & erythropoietin. Kidneys as Filters. Diuretic- loose water; coffee, alcohol

By penn
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Water Balance

Water Balance

7.6. Define gel electrophoresis. Briefly, describe how it works. Water Balance. Body adjusts for increased water intake by increasing _____________ output. Adjustments involve the nervous and endocrine systems. Regulating ADH – chemical response.

By pippa
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Important concepts in biology

Important concepts in biology

Important concepts in biology. PCAT Review Course Day II Maggie McCormick (memccorm@med.unc.edu) Tricia Lenhart (patricia_lenhart@med.unc.edu). Outline for today. Muscles and Locomotion Vertebrate skeleton Muscle system Digestion Digestion in humans Excretion Kidney structure

By karan
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Anatomy and Physiology For The First Class 2 nd Semester

Anatomy and Physiology For The First Class 2 nd Semester

Anatomy and Physiology For The First Class 2 nd Semester. Urinary System. Urinary System. It is one main excretory system in the body. It consists of: 2 kidneys which secret urine. 2 ureters , which convey the urine from the kidney s to the urinary bladder.

By dermot
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Homeostasis

Homeostasis

Homeostasis. Chapter 36 and section 31.3. Homeostasis maintaining internal stability, regardless of external conditions stability maintained for many variables cannot maintain stability for long in bad env . c ond. coordinated response of numerous body systems and parts of systems

By neona
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Tubular Reabsorption

Tubular Reabsorption

Tubular Reabsorption. All ______________________________ are reabsorbed Water and ion reabsorption is _________________________ controlled Reabsorption may be an active (requiring ATP) or passive process. Nonreabsorbed Substances. A ___________________________ (T m ):

By mariah
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Pituitary Gland

Pituitary Gland

Pituitary Gland. By: Gabriel Smith & Riley Pierce 1-12-14 6th Period. Location. In the middle of the base of the brain, Inferior to the hypothalamus. Posterior Pituitary .

By iden
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The Kidney and Nephron Chapter 20

The Kidney and Nephron Chapter 20

The Kidney and Nephron Chapter 20. Location. Kidney Structure. Kidney Function. Regulate volume, composition, and pH of body fluids Remove metabolic wastes from blood and excrete (mainly N and S compounds from protein metabolism) Control rate of rbc formation -erythropoietin

By sylvie
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A Journey Through the Nephron

A Journey Through the Nephron

A Journey Through the Nephron. Jowie Papa. Kidneys and Homeostasis. Functions of the loop of Henle Osmoregulation Controls balance of water in blood and tissues Comprises of processes within the nephrons. Ultrafiltration. Filtration inside the glomerulus

By anitra
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