2 edition of Plasma volume dynamics after hypertonic fluid infusions in nephrectomized dogs found in the catalog.
Plasma volume dynamics after hypertonic fluid infusions in nephrectomized dogs
M. B. Wolf
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Get this from a library. Plasma volume dynamics after hypertonic fluid infusions in nephrectomized dogs. [M B Wolf; Rand Corporation.]. Post-Traumatic Multimodal Brain Monitoring: Response to Hypertonic Saline Plasma volume dynamics after hypertonic ﬂuid. infusions in nephrectomized dogs. Physiol.– A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
It appears that under conditions of normal plasma osmolality, the mechanism of ADH stimulation by intravenous infusions is minimal because infusion of renin into normally hydrated dogs to produce high physiological levels of PRA failed to effect plasma ADH concentration in an.
Calculation from Red Cell Volume or Plasma Volume with the Aid of Packed Cell Volume CBV can be calculated from PCV, corrected for trapped plasma, with the aid of one further measurement of either PV by dilution of I-HSA or RCV by dilution of 51Cr-labeled erythrocytes (5).
Full text of "Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine" See other formats. In mammals, the kidneys function as a major excretory organ for elimination of metabolic wastes from the body. In most species, death occurs within a week after total cessation of renal function.
Partial loss of renal function results in variable deviations from normal, depending on the quantity of. Fluid Balance, Hydration, and Athletic Performance Edited by.
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Dempster, W. J., M. Eggleton and S. Schuster: The effect of hypertonic infusions on glomerular filtration rate and glucose reabsorption in the kidney of the dog.
Cited by: 4. Leard, S.E., and E.D. Freis: Changes in the volume of the plasma interstitial and intracellular fluid spaces during hydration and dehydration in normal and edematous subjects.
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Cerebral Blood Flow, Cerebral Blood Volume and Intracranial Pressure Rosomoff () studied changes in CBV and CSF volume after 30 min of hypocapnia to PaCO2 20 mmHg in dogs and found a fall in CBV and a compensatory increase in CSF volume.
The changes in CBV caused by hypo- and hypercapnia are correlated to changes in CBF.5/5(1). Low doses of apomorphine and other dopamine (DA) agonists cause a reduction in spontaneous locomotor activity (SLA) of mice, which is neuroleptic sensitive (Costall et al, ).
This motor inhibitory property of low doses of DA agonists has been attributed to their ability to preferentially stimulate DA 'autoreceptors' (Di Chiara et al, ; Costall et al, ). Although a correlation. Total body urea pool (calculated as plasma urea times extracellular fluid volume = 60 % BW) was only 5 times lower in M than in R ( +- 10 vs +- mumol).
Urea excretion amounted +- in M vs +- mmol/d in R, and urea fractional excretion (FE) was +- 14 % in M vs 67 +- 7 % in R. Chronic Kidney Disease - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. ckd. Blood volume changes were identical (P = ), but there was greater expansion of the extravascular fluid volume after saline (P = ).
There was a significant reduction in mean renal artery flow velocity (P = ) and renal cortical tissue perfusion (P = ) from baseline after saline, but not after Plasma. Relation between lowered colloid osmotic pressure, respiratory failure, and death.
PubMed. Tonnesen, A S; Gabel, J C; McLeavey, C A. Plasma colloid osmotic pressure wa. The blood lactic acid concentration is a reflection of the quantity of lactic acid produced by a number of tissues and the quantity metabolized primarily by the liver. Tissue hypoxia due to circulatory, respiratory, hematologic or cellular dysfunction leads to lactic acid overproduction whereas hepatic underfusion results in underutilization.
Most instances of lactic acidosis occur as a result. Cerebral Blood Flow, Cerebral Blood Volume and Intracranial Pressure Rosomoff () studied changes in CBV and CSF volume after 30 min of hypocapnia to PaCO2 20 mmHg in dogs and found a fall in CBV and a compensatory increase in CSF volume.
Henderson LW, Nolph KD: Altered permeability of the peritoneal membrane after using hypertonic peritoneal dialysis fluid. J Clin InvestNolph KD, Rosenfeld PS, Powell JT, Danforth E: Peritoneal glucose transport and hyper-glycemia during peritoneal dialysis.
Am J Med SciHis main interest was actually to find a simple way to prolong life of nephrectomized dogs, which he used to study the role of kidneys in hypertension  His procedure involved the instillation by gravity of the irrigating fluid in the peritoneal cavity of the dogs, using a needle introduced in the peritoneal cavity through the flank .
Renal Failure The Facts quickly increased after unilateral ureteral obstruction (UUO) (Vielhauer et al., ). Targeted deletion or blockade of these chemokines (Wada et al., ; Li et al., ) or chemokine receptors (Kitagawa et al., ; Eis et al., ) primarily interrupted the initial phase of macrophage infiltration and resulted in.
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I 1.W correlation between maternal and fetal plasma levels of glucose and free fatty acids. correlation coefficients have been determined between the levels of glucose and ffa. Explorar; Entrar; Criar uma nova conta de usuário; Publicar ×. Cerca de 25% do plasma que atinge o rim são ultrafiltrados pelos glomérulos, levando à formação de a ml/min de ultrafiltrado em média no homem.
Entretanto, apenas 1,2% desse volume é eliminado, e o restante reabsorvido da luz tubular para o espaço peritubular (Fig.