Anatomy & Physiology 26 Fluid Electrolyte Acid.

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26 Pages
2014
English US
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Question: Electrolytes are lost mostly through ________.

Choices:

renal function

sweating

feces

respiration

Question: Solute contributes to the movement of water between cells and the surrounding medium by ________.

Choices:

osmotic pressure

hydrostatic pressure

Brownian movement

random motion

Question: The largest amount of water leaves the body via ________.

Choices:

the GI tract

the skin as sweat

expiration

urine

Question: Interstitial fluid (IF) is ________.

Choices:

the fluid in the cytosol of the cells

the fluid component of blood

the fluid that bathes all of the body's cells except for blood cells

the intracellular fluids found between membranes

Question: How soon after drinking a large glass of water will a person start increasing their urine output?

Choices:

5 minutes

30 minutes

1 hour

3 hours

Question: The major cation in extracellular fluid is ________.

Choices:

sodium

potassium

chloride

bicarbonate

Question: The largest amount of water comes into the body via ________.

Choices:

metabolism

foods

liquids

humidified air

Question: The major cation in intracellular fluid is ________.

Choices:

sodium

potassium

chloride

bicarbonate

Question: Bone serves as a mineral reserve for which two ions?

Choices:

sodium and potassium

calcium and phosphate

chloride and bicarbonate

calcium and bicarbonate

Question: Insensible water loss is water lost via ________.

Choices:

skin evaporation and in air from the lungs

urine

excessive sweating

vomiting or diarrhea

Question: A cation has a(n) ________ charge.

Choices:

neutral

positive

alternating

negative

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Source:  OpenStax College. Anatomy & Physiology, OpenStax-CNX Web site. http://cnx.org/content/col11496/1.6/, Jun 11, 2014
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