By Ashis Banerjee
Preface; 1. phone body structure; 2. Water and electrolyte stability; three. Acid-base stability; four. Renal body structure; five. Temperature legislation; 6. Cardiovascular process; 7. breathing method; eight. Blood; nine. Neurophysiology; 10. Endocrine body structure; eleven. Reproductive process; 12. Gastro-intestinal body structure; Index
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Thereafter, facilitated diffusion across the basolateral membrane is mediated by the high affinity GLUT-2 transporter. Amino acids: seven specific transport systems, including those for neutral, dibasic, dicarboxylic, immunoglycine and beta amino acids. Proteins: alpha 1-microglobulin; beta 2-microglobulin; retinal-binding protein. Natriuretic peptides These are a cardiovascular peptide family, consisting of: atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP) and brain type natriuretic peptide (BNP, initially isolated from porcine brain): of cardiac myocyte origin 54 Kidney: diuresis; natriuresis; inhibition of renin secretion Adrenal glands: inhibition of aldosterone production Heart: reduced cardiac output; negative inotropic activity Vasculature: vasodilatation; increased permeability; antimitogenic effect on vascular smooth muscle cells; release of paracrine vasoactive/antimitogenic agents – nitric oxide; inhibition of release of paracrine mitogenic factors: endothelin.
Magnesium Magnesium is the second most abundant intracellular cation. The total body content in an adult is around 2000 mmol (24 g). Sixty per cent is contained in bone, and 20% in muscle. The normal calcium: magnesium ratio in bone is 50:1, the ratio being higher in trabecular than in cortical bone. Only 1% is contained in the extracellular fluid. Daily intake is around 10–12 mmol. Requirements are increased in childhood, pregnancy, critical illness and in magnesium-losing states (renal, gastrointestinal or cutaneous).
45 Renal physiology & Functions of the kidney Excretory and regulatory Removal of water-soluble nitrogenous waste products of metabolism (urea, creatinine, urate) and catabolic turnover of cells, and the elimination of drugs and toxins; Maintenance of water, electrolyte (ion concentrations) and acid–base balance (pH of body fluids); Regulation of extracellular fluid volume; Maintenance of body fluid composition; Maintenance of blood pressure. , parathyroid hormone, insulin); Prostaglandin synthesis.
Clinical physiology : an examination primer by Ashis Banerjee