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Flashcards in MESH POOL Deck (34):
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Site of highest resistance in the circulation

Arterioles

2

Major cation in the ECF

Na

3

Major cation in the ICF

K

4

Inhibition of insulin

Glucagon

5

Primary function of CCK

Gallbladder contraction

6

Function of PTH in the kidney

Increase in calcium absorption

7

What artery is occluded: Ischemia of interventricular septum, left ventricle, anterior wall

Left anterior descending artery

8

Deficiency of type I collagen

Osteogenesis imperfecta

9

3 important css of Minimal Change Disease

1) Diffuse foot process effacement 2) Excellent response to steroids 3) Lipoid nephrosis

10

The only known positive regulator of complement activation that stabilizes the alternative pathway convertases (C3 convertases)

Properdin (Factor P)

11

First 3 factors involved in the alternative complement pathway

C3 and factors B, D, and P

12

Corrective lens for myopia

Concave

13

Bruit on the left flank is indicative of

Renal artery stenosis

14

Mechanism of thiamine alcohol headache in alcoholic with poor food intake

Dehydration

15

Blushing is indicative of

Active hyperemia

16

Has the highest known heme affinity (Kd

Hemopexin

17

What goes out in the feces after a person takes in orlistat

Lipoproteins

18

Acid-base imbalance that results from hyperventilation

Respiratory alkalosis

19

All the air that the lungs can hold

TLC

20

Volume of TLC

~6L

21

Maximum volume of air that can be expelled from the lung at normal rate of exhaustion after a maximum inspiration

Vital capacity

22

The amount of air breathed in or out during normal respiration.

TV

23

Volume of tidal volume

450-500 mL

24

Amount of air left in the lungs after a maximal exhalation

RV

25

Amount of additional air that can be breathed out after normal expiration

ERV

26

Volume of ERV

~1.5L

27

Additional air that can be inhaled after a normal tidal breath

IRV

28

Volume of IRV

~2.5L

29

Amount of air left in the lungs after a tidal breath out

FRC

30

Volume that can be inhaled after a tidal breath out

Inspiratory capacity

31

Pneumotaxic center

Pontine respiratory group

32

Pontine respiratory group consists of neurons in the

Rostral dorsal lateral pons

33

Absence of PRG results in

Increase in depth of respiration

34

The release of oxygen from oxyhemoglobin due to an increased CO2

Bohr effect