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    Primary functions of the kidney: — Maintaining homeostasis through the regulation of fluid and electrolytes and removing wastes through the formation of urine. ž Other important functions: — Regulation of acid-base balance — Control of blood pressure — Renal clearance — Regulation...

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    The kidneys filter about 150 quarts of blood which produces about 2 quarts of urine.Your final paper should follow this format: I. Title the reader should get a sense of what your paper is about from the title. II. Introduction: Introduce the reader to your subject. Talk about what it is, what it...

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    ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY The major organs of the renal system are the kidneys, which are retroperitoneal organs that maintain the body’s homeostasis. The kidney’s produce and secrete hormones and enzymes that help regulate red blood cell production, blood pressure, and calcium and phosphate metabolism...

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    Position Description – Medical Receptionist Applicable Industrial Instrument: Position Level: Hours of Work: Employment Status: Reports to: General Purpose of Position: To provide high quality reception and secretarial services to the patients, doctors and staff at the surgery in a caring and supportive...

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    Medical Terminology Sandra Stanbery The Kidneys   The kidney's day job is removing water waste from your body, but it doubles as a key hormone-producing organ as well. Your kidney is responsible for producing a hormone that stimulates the production of red blood cells, by preventing their premature...

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    The kidneys(LIAM PAYNE ONLY HAS ONE ) The kidneys are located on both sides of a humans spinal column near the lower part of the back A tube called the Ureter is on the outside of the kidney which carries the urine to the urinary bladder. The urinary bladder is where urine is stored before being...

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    by the kidneys by a process of filtration from blood and excreted through the urethra. Urine is a transparent solution that can range from colourless to amber and is made up of metabolic wastes such as urea, dissolved salts, and organic compounds. Fluid and materials being filtered by the kidneys, destined...

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    urinary system, group of organs of the body concerned with excretion of urine, that is, water and the waste products of metabolism. In humans, the kidneys are two small organs situated near the vertebral column at the small of the back, the left lying somewhat higher than the right. They are bean-shaped...

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    The kidneys are paired organs with several functions. They are seen in many types of animals, including vertebrates and some invertebrates. They are an essential part of the urinary system and also serve homeostatic functions such as the regulation of electrolytes, maintenance of acid-base balance, and...

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    Kidney From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search For other uses, see Kidney (disambiguation). Kidney | | Human kidneys viewed from behind with spine removed | Latin | Ren (Greek: nephros) | Artery | renal artery | Vein | renal vein | Nerve | renal plexus | The kidneys...

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    the liver and kidney do once the nutrients are in the blood? The kidneys circulate your entire blood volume 12 times an hour. They remove toxins/poisons from your body.   Your kidneys keep some things in your body that you need, and get rid of other things that you don't.  Your Kidneys: Make urine ...

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    aunt Michelle was very sick with a cold and high fever. She went to the doctor and soon found out she was only born with one kidney. Not only was she born with just one kidney, but the one she was born with was only functioning at twenty two percent. The doctors were alarmed, and immediately, she had...

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    Kidneys In vertebrates, kidneys are the two major organs of excretion. Excess water, toxic waste products of metabolism such as urea, uric acid, and inorganic salts are disposed of by kidneys in the form of urine. Kidneys are also largely responsible for maintaining the water balance of the body...

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    Side Effects of Kidney Dialysis Dialysis treatments keep patients alive in the latter stages of renal failure. Though it is a lifesaving treatment for many, some patients may have to face several side effects of kidney dialysis. 
 Kidneys are the filters of our body. Every day, they process...

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    with their kidneys? Having too many kidney infections, can lead to kidney failure. Glomerulonephritis is often caused by an allergic or immune response elsewhere in the body. Chronic glomerulonephritis progresses slowly in may result in sclerosis, which is the scarring of the tissue of the kidney. According...

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    KIDNEY STONE * The Ancients and Urinary Stones Urinary stones have afflicted humans since the dawn of history. The first known stones were discovered in Egyptian mummies. In 1901, the English Archeologist E. Smith found a bladder stone from a 4500-5000 year old mummy in El Amrah, Egypt. Treatments...

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    Kidneys * Kidneys maintain the purity and constancy of our in internal fluids. Every day, the kidneys filter gallons of fluid from the bloodstream. They then process this filtrate, allowing wastes and excess ions to leave the body in urine while returning needed substances to the blood in just the...

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    Case Studies Build-A-Bear Workshop Case Study In 1999, Build-A-Bear Workshop had 7 stores, a website and a dream of providing consumers worldwide with an entertaining and interactive experience that would change the way customized toys and gifts are made. Chief Executive Bear Maxine Clark contacted...

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    Information Systems and Software Applications Businesses have many aspects, and a unique way of running and intermingling different department to make them perform effectively. Businesses can become more efficient by utilizing software applications. Within this essay, I will introduce different software...

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