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Fluid, Electrolyte And Acid-base Balance

34 Questions  I  By Punkista14
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All you need to know about fluid and electrolyte balance.

  
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1.  Is the type of body fluid that acts as the transport system that carries nutrients to and wast products from the cells.
2.  The ion composition of both intravascular and interstitial space is similar.
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B.
3.  This is a product of a gland and is considered as an extracellular fluid.
4.  Three compartments of ECF are:
5.  This is the waste produced by the cells of the body.
6.  Methods where body fluids and electrolytes move. Cite all 4.
7.  Cite an example of an interstitial fluid
8.  Also referred to cellular fluid. Is found within the cells of the body
9.  How much percentage does fluid constitute in a healthy adult's weight?
10.  Rate of diffusion varies according to these three factors.
11.  Cite 4 examples of cations.
12.  Charged particles like Na+ are called electrolytes because they are capable of conducting electricity.
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B.
13.  Women have proportionately more fat than men.
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B.
14.  Body fluid found outside the cells.
15.  Is the continual intermingling of molecules in liquids, gases or solids brought about by the random movement of the molecules.
16.  Women have smaller percentage of fluid in relation to total body weight than do men.
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B.
17.  When excessive fluid loss occurs, ECF is the first volume to be depleted.
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B.
18.  Cite an example of an intravascular fluid.
19.  Body secretions and excretions also contain electrolytes.
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B.
20.  Examples of transcellular fluids are:
21.  Increase in temperature increases the rate of diffusion.
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B.
22.  Two types of body fluids.
23.  Intravascular fluid has a greater quantity of protein than interstitial fluid does.
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B.
24.  What are the two principal ions of intracellular fluid?
25.  Filtration is the movement of fluid from a higher pressure to one of lower pressure.
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B.
26.  Is the process whereby fluid and solutes move together across a membrane from one compartment to another.
27.  Body fat is essentially free of fluid.
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B.
28.  Ions that are negatively charged are called...
29.  What is the percentage of fluid composition in infants?
30.  As people grow older, the fluid and fat proportions decrease.
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B.
31.  Diffusion is the movement of molecules from higher concentration to a lower concentration.
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B.
32.  What are the two principal ions of extracellular fluid?
33.  Cite 4 examples of anions.
34.  Ions that carry positively charge are called...
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