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Physiopatho chap 13

Uronéphrologie - Compartiments liquidiens - Pathologies

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L'hyponatrémie est plus rare que l'hypernatrémie? (V/F) Faux
Les principales manifestations cliniques des dysnatrémies sont de nature neurologique? (V/F) Vrai
À partir de quelle valeur de la natrémie est définie l'hyponatrémie? 135 mmol/L
Quels sont les deux mécanismes à l'origine d'une hyponatrémie? Perte de sodium ou rétention d'eau
Quelle famille de diurétiques est la plus souvent responsable d'hyponatrémie? Thiazides
À partir de quelle valeur de la natrémie est définie l'hypernatrémie? 145 mmol/L
Quels sont les deux mécanismes à l'origine d'une hypernatrémie? Rétention de sodium ou perte d'eau
Quelle est la différence entre diabète insipide central et néphrogénique? Central: Défaut de synthèse, Néphrogénique: incapacité de répondre à l'hormone diurétique
Quel est le nom (sigle uniquement) du principe actif des comprimés d'ecstasy? MDMA
Quels sont les effets à court terme de la consommation d'ecstasy?
Quels sont les effets à moyen terme de la consommation d'ecstasy?
Quels sont les effets à long terme de la consommation d'ecstasy?
L'ecstasy est-il tératogène? Si oui, sur quel(s) organe(s)? Oui, le coeur et le système nerveux
Citer trois familles de médicaments avec lesquels interagit l'ecstasy. Sérotoninergique, IMAO, anti-rétroviraux
Quels sont les signes d'une overdose majeure d'ecstasy?
En combien de temps après ingestion est atteinte le pic plasmatique d'ecstasy? 90 min - 3h
L'ecstasy est totalement métabolisé par le foie? (V/F) Faux (80%)
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