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Clinical physiology of acid-base and electrolyte disorders
Burton David Rose, Theodore W. Post.
Veterinary Medicine Library Call Number
  Stacks RC630 .R67 2001 (Browse Shelf) Available
Other Authors
  • ISBN: 0071346821 (alk. paper)
  • OCLC Number: 41926131
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents

Ch. 13. Meaning and Application of Urine Chemistries. Ch. 14. Hypovolemic States. Ch. 15. Clinical Use of Diuretics. Ch. 16. Edematous States. Ch. 17. Introduction to Simple and Mixed Acid-Base Disorders. Ch. 18. Metabolic Alkalosis. Ch. 19. Metabolic Acidosis. Ch. 20. Respiratory Acidosis. Ch. 21. Respiratory Alkalosis. Ch. 22. Introduction to Disorders of Osmolality. Ch. 23. Hypoosmolal States - Hyponatremia. Ch. 24. Hyperosmolal States - Hypernatremia. Ch. 25. Hyperosmolal States - Hyperglycemia. Ch. 26. Introduction to Disorders of Potassium Balance. Ch. 27. Hypokalemia. Ch. 28. Hyperkalemia. Ch. 29. Answers to the Problems. Ch. 30. Summary of Equations and Formulas.Pt. 1. Renal Physiology. Ch. 1. Introduction to Renal Function. Ch. 2. Renal Circulation and Glomerular Filtration Rate. Ch. 3. Proximal Tubule. Ch. 4. Loop of Henle and the Countercurrent Mechanism. Ch. 5. Functions of the Distal Nephron. Ch. 6. Effects of Hormones on Renal Function -- Pt. 2. Regulation of Water and Electrolyte Balance. Ch. 7. The Total Body Water and the Plasma Sodium Concentration. Ch. 8. Regulation of the Effective Circulating Volume. Ch. 9. Regulation of Plasma Osmolality. Ch. 10. Acid-Base Physiology. Ch. 11. Regulation of Acid-Base Balance. Ch. 12. Potassium Homeostasis -- Pt. 3. Physiologic Approach to Acid-Base and Electrolyte Disorders.