26: Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-BaseBalance
1. List the factors that determine body water content and describe the effect of each factor.
2. Indicate the relative fluid volume and solute composition of the fluid compartments of the body.
3. Contrast the...
will not be a comprehensive final. If tests are submitted after the due date points will be deducted; it is at the discretion of the instructor if any late work will be accepted. Criticalthinkingquestions from the textbook by “Marieb” will be assigned with each chapter. Additional work may be...
significance of the physiologically important substances found in these body fluids. 3 units ( 2 units lecture, 1 unit laboratory) 2 hours lecture and 3 hours laboratory per week Total of 36 lecture hours and 54 laboratory hours per semester Anatomy and Physiology Biochemistry Third year, Second...
into the bloodstream and thereby made available to the body’s cells. Mouth (oral cavity), esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum. Urinary system: Rids the body of nitrogenous wastes and regulates the acid-base, water balance, and electrolytes of the body fluids. Kidneys, ureters...
hyperventilation, and some drugs (sedatives, opoids) leading to reduced ventilation. In addition, some symptoms of disease can cause vomiting and diarrhoea, which effects acidbasebalance. It is imperative that critical care nurses are aware of changes that occur in relation to altered physiology, leading to...
Water, Electrolyte, and Acid-BaseBalance Reproductive Systems Ex. 50 Ex. 51 Ex. 59 Ex. 52 Ex. 53 Male Reproductive System Female Reproductive System Cat (or Fetal Pig) Dissection: Reproductive Systems Fertilization and Early Development Genetics
Ch. 23 Ch. 24
Pregnancy, Growth, and Development...
course and given specific situations/conditions, the
student should be able to:
1. describe the anatomic structures and physiologic
mechanisms/processes/systems involved in the following
1.2 fluid transport
1.3 gas exchange
1.4 fluid and electrolyte, acid/base...
. The Urinary system works with the other systems of the body to help maintain homeostasis. The kidneys are the main organs of homeostasis because they maintain the acidbasebalance and the water salt balance of the blood.
One of the major functions of the Urinary system is the process of...
chapters listed below.
1. Chapter 2: Protein structure
2. Chapter 3: Cilia; lysosomes
3. Chapter 5: Mechanical and chemical protection of the skin; epidermal dendritic cells
4. Chapter 15: Lysozyme
1. Marieb, E. N., and S. J. Mitchell. Human Anatomy & Physiology...
clients with common disruptions.
2. Discuss evidence based practice as a base for nursing interventions in the care of clients through case study analysis using criticalthinking to problem solve.
3. Discuss growth and developmental factors affecting the client’s behavior and perception...
. Proteins also act as enzymes and hormones, and help maintain fluid and electrolytebalance, acid-basebalance, and a strong immune system.
When fat and carbohydrate are limited, protein can also be used to supply energy. When a protein is eaten, it must be broken down into smaller particles through...
Drugs for renal disorders and diuretic therapy. o Renal failure. • Drugs for fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base disorders. o Fluidbalance. o Electrolyte replacement therapy. o Acid-basebalance. • Nursing considerations. Reading assignment Pharmacology for nurses: A pathophysiologic approach...
interactions Endocrine pathologies 5. Renal PhysiologyAnatomy Overview of kidney function Filtration, Reabsorption, Secretion, Excretion Fluid and electrolyte homeostasis Water balance Sodium balance and extracellular fluid volume Potassium balance Integrated control of volume and osmolarity Acid...
Labs begin Next Tuesday
9/11 Quiz = on any material covered thus far—> Five question, multiple choice
9/18 Exam = multiple choice/ some matching & labeling anatomy/ True & False/ Short Answer Essay
Homeotstatic Control Systems
) Vitamins and co-enzymes
(f) Immunoglobulin and immunity.
6. Physiology (with special reference to mammals):
(a) Composition and constituents of blood; blood groups and Rh factor in man, factors and mechanism of
coagulation, iron metabolism, acid-basebalance, thermo-regulation, anticoagulants.
and creative thinking and scientific reasoning.
During the lectures the instructor will formulate questions and propose problems. Students will have to use critical and creative thinking and scientific reasoning to answer these questions and solve the problems.
3. Formulate strategies to locate...