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1500 fluid & lytes

Movement of fluid from an area of high concentration to low concentration Osmosis
Movement of a solute from an area of low concentration to high concentration Diffusion
Definition of serum osmolarity and normal value Concentration of the blood; normal value 275-300mos/kg
A high serum osmolarity indicates? serum or blood is overconcentrated.
Isotonic fluids are? the same concentration as body fluid.
Two examples of isotonic fluid Normal saline and lactated ringers
Hypotonic fluids cause fluid to shift? into the cells.
Hypertonic fluids cause fluid to shift? into the intravascular space
Two examples of hypertonic fluid D5LR, D5NS, 3%saline
Two examples of hypotonic fluid 1/2NS, D5W
Created by: hlz6093