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CHEM ch. 16 BISHOP
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What is the major intracellular cation?
What is the major extracellular cation?
Osmolality can be defined as a measure of the concentration of a solution based on the:
number of dissolved particles
Hypokalemia may be caused by each of the following except?
Hypokalemia may be caused by each of the following except:
Hyperkalemia may be caused by each of the following except:
The main difference between a direct and indirect ISE is:
Sample is diluted in the indirect method, not in the direct method
Which method of analysis will provide the most accurate electrolyte results if a grossly lipemic sample is used?
The most frequent cause of hypermagnesemia is due to:
A hemolysed sample will cause falsely increased levels of each of the following except:
The largest portion of total body water is found in which tissue?
Osmoreceptors in the hypothalamus are key to regulating blood osmolality. Typically, a 1% to 2% shift in osmolality causes a ____ change in circulating concentration of ADH.
The quantitative relationship between changes in blood osmolality and the normal expected response by ADH is best described as a:
The sample of choice for measuring blood osmolarity is:
With increased water ions, burn patients are most likely to be also experience:
Which plasma electrolyte has the most narrow reference range and is MOST strictly regulated by the body?
T/F: RBC are key for oxygen transport, carbon dioxide transport, and maintaining electroneutrality in the blood.
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