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Dialysis M3

Exam 2 lab values

Sodium 135-145
Potassium 3.5-5.0
Chloride 96-107
CO2 22-26
Calcium 8-10
Phosphate 2.5-4.5
Magnesium 1.6-2
BUN 8-20
Creatinine .7-1.5
osmolarity 280-295
hematocrit 40-50%
hemoglobin 12-16 Gm
urine specific gravity 1.003-1.030 or 1.010-1.025
Approx body liquid output in a day 2400 ml
urine 1400 ml
stool 200 ml
sweat 100 ml
fluid loss through skin and lungs 700 ml
PTH influences bone reabsorption, C+ absorption from the GI tract and C+ reabsorption in the renal tubules
aldosterone primary regulator of sodium increases renal tubular reabsorption
Created by: SGT WEAVER