PSL301H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme, Peritubular Capillaries, Sympathetic Nervous System

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We must have a system to protect solute volume between compartments. Normal and recommended sodium intake really sure what he meant here) Volumes in interstitial space goes down causing decline in blood pressure, Heart failure is physiological response of kidney (cid:498)turned upside down(cid:499)? (not. Numbers are unclear what the (cid:498)proper(cid:499) recommendations are today can poison kidney with furosemide to impair sodium chloride transport. When you sweat you lose water, as well as sodium. Diarrhea = loss of extracellular fluid from gi. Beaker of icf and ecf seeing you as two different beakers: fluid in icf and ecf. Normally, our diet, we drink about 1 liter a day and eat about 150 mmol of sodium (everyday we put this in the beaker) And everyday the kidneys excrete this volume. We are able to sense what our plasma volume is. Where are the sensors? respond to volume and pressure, residing in arch of aorta.

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