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Dehydration: Summary of Isotonic and Hypotonic

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Dehydration: Summary of Isotonic and Hypotonic by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Fluid and Electrolyte Balance.


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    1. ECF volume, ECF osmolarity, ICF volume, ICF osmolarity
    2. ICF volume, ECF volume, ICF osmolarity, ICF volume
    3. ECF osmolarity, ECF volume, ICF volume, ICF osmolarity
    4. ECF osmolarity, ECF volume, ICF osmolarity, ICF volume,
    5. ECF volume, ICF volume, ECF osmolarity, ICF osmolarity
    1. Decreased serum sodium
    2. Decreased total body water
    3. Extracellular volume contraction
    4. Intracellular volume contraction
    5. Decreased total body sodium
    1. Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone
    2. Addisons disease
    3. Isotonic loss of fluid
    4. Excessive isotonic saline infusion
    5. Congenital adrenal hyperplasia
    1. All of these changes are seen in both
    2. Increase in ECF volume
    3. Increase in total body water
    4. Decrease in ICF osmolarity
    5. Decrease in ECF osmolarity

    Author of lecture Dehydration: Summary of Isotonic and Hypotonic

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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