... The high volume of urination (polyuria) also produces increased losses of electrolytes
, especially sodium , potassium , chloride , phosphate , and ... intravenous fluids
Gradual rehydration and restoration of depleted electrolytes
(especially sodium and potassium)
Insulin to reverse the ketosis and ...
... of following:
blood clotting factors
various other proteins
(mainly sodium )
Together, plasma and corpuscles form a non-Newtonian fluid whose flow properties are uniquely adapted to the architecture of ...
... used for patients who are primarily concerned with waste removal rather than fluid regulation. Higher concentrations lead to greater water removal. electrolytes
are also present in the fluid to maintain proper body levels. Patients weigh themselves, and measure temperature and blood pressure daily to ...
... kidney is the nephron , of which there are more than a million in each normal adult kidney. Nephrons regulate water and soluble matter (especially electrolytes
) in the body by first filtering the blood, then reabsorbing some necessary fluid and molecules while secreting other, unneeded molecules. ...
... is produced, and in doing so, eliminates wastes from the body, regulates blood volume and blood pressure , regulates the levels of important electrolytes
and metabolites and regulates blood pH levels.
1 Bowman's capsule
2 Proximal tubule
... They may only exist in their active, or native state , in a small range of pH values and under solution conditions with a minimum quantity of electrolytes
, as many proteins will not remain in solution in distilled water . A protein that loses its native state is said to be denatured . Denatured ...
... liquid in which blood cells are suspended. Blood plasma contains proteins , nutrients , metabolic end products , hormones , and inorganic electrolytes
Serum is the same as blood plasma except that clotting factors (such as fibrin ) have been removed.
Plasma resembles whey in appearance ...