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Electrolytes p.1

Have fun with Electrolytes part 1

Electrolytes Ions capable of carrying an electrical charge
Anion Negative charge Moves towards the anode
Cation Positive charge Moves towards the cathode
Concentation of Electrolytes -Held within a narrow range maintained by -volume/osmostic pressure -Myocardial Rhythm -Enzyme Cofactors -Acid/Base balance -Coagulation
Volume/Osmotic Regulation is monitored by_____,______, and _______. Na, Ca, K
Myocardial Rhythm is monitored by ____,____,and _____ K, Mg, Ca
Enzyme Cofactors is monitored by____,____,and____ Mg, Ca, Zn
Acid/Base balance is monitored by ___,____,and____ K, CL, HCO3
Coagulation is monitored by ___ and ____ Ca, Mg
Water supports ion concentration and regulation. 40-75% of body weight (women have less than men)
Functions of water -works as a solvent -transports nutrients -determines cell volume -removes waste products -acts as a coolant for the body- sweating
Created by: ncrevier