A 38-year-old male came to ER with severe diarrhea (10 episodes) during last 6 hours. His B.P was 90/60 mmHG, Pulse 110/min, R.R 24/min, temperature, (a febrile.)
Investigation shows *Na: 134 mol/L, *K+: 2.5 mol/L. Complete Blood Count (CBC): Normal
On the basis of above scenario answer the following question.
*He was diagnosed as a case of Hypovolumic shock by the In-charge of ER.
Na= 138-146 mol/L
- What is percentage of total body water and describe its distribution?
- What are the factors effecting water distribution?
- What is hypovolumea?
- What is homeostasis?
- Give at least 4 causes of hypo-natremia.
- What are the differences between isotonic, hypotonic & hypertonic solutions?
- Define Osmosis and factors effecting Osmosis?
- Justify that water is universal solvent?
- Justify that water from the medium of cytosol. ECM and blood?
- Discuss the dissociation of water and its contribution in pH?
- Describe the extra cellular matrix in relation to mineral contents?
Venue: Physiology Lab