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Urinalysis week 1

Each Kidney has how many nephrons? 1-1.5 Million
Cortical and Juxtamedullary Nephrons are responsible for what two things? 1-Removal of Waste Products 2-Maintain Body's H2O and electrolyte balance
What brings blood from the renal artery to the capillary tuft. Afferent artteriole
What carries blood from capillary tuft? Efferent arteriole
1st protein of kidney tubule that controls reabsorption Proximal Convoluted tubule
Empties urine into collection tubule Distal convoluted tubule
Sac that surrounds glomerular tuft Bowman's Capsule
Functions of kidneys 1-maintains acid/base balance 2-selectively clears waste products 3-maintains essential H2O balance 4-Maintains Electrolyte Balance
Chemical Constituents for reabsorption by active transport glucose Na salt amino acids chloride
Chemical constituents for reabsorption by passive transport Sodium H2O Urea
Collecting ducts do what? 1-Lower production of ADH 2-Raise urine production
Renal Threshhold for Glucose 160-180 mg/dl
Primary Constituents of Urine Urea Chloride 5% of organic inorganic chemicals H2O uric acid crreatenine
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