Back to basics in physiology [electronic resource] : fluids in the renal and cardiovascular systems / Juan Pablo Arroyo, Adam J. Schweickert.
- Oxford : Elsevier, 2013.
1 online resource (254 p.)
- Body fluids.
- Electronic books.
- This original six chapter book will briefly review and integrate the basic concepts behind water distribution and movement in the body. This fills a knowledge gap that most medical and undergraduate physiology students acquire when these topics are studied separately. As of now, there is no textbook that fully integrates renal, cardiovascular and water physiology in a clear understandable manner. The book is intended primarily for medical students and undergraduate physiology students. Chapters include: 1) Water and its Distribution; 2) Water Dynamics; 3) Fluid Handling by the Heart and Blo
- Cover image; Title page; Table of Contents; Copyright; Foreword; Preface; Dedication; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1. How Fluid Is Distributed in the Body: Cells, Water, Salt, and Solutions; 1.1 Why Is Water Amazing?; 1.2 What Happens When Water Makes Friends? Basic Properties of Solutions; 1.3 Quantifying Solutions; 1.4 Forces Affecting Static Solutions; 1.5 Distribution of Water; 1.6 Forces Affecting Static Fluid in the Body; 1.7 Clinical Relevance; 1.8 Clinical Vignettes; Chapter 2. Fluid Movement in a Rigid Tube: Pressures and Gradients; 2.1 Fluid Dynamics; 2.2 Concept of Pressure
2.3 Blood Pressure2.4 Pressure and Flow; 2.5 Resistance; 2.6 Pressure Can Modify Resistance; 2.7 Gravity and its Relationship to Pressure; 2.8 Starling's Forces; 2.9 Clinical Vignettes; Chapter 3. Fluid Movement in the Body: Primer to the Cardiovascular System; 3.1 Fluid Handling by the Heart and Cardiovascular System; 3.2 Resistance and Flow Along the CV System; 3.3 The Blood Vessels; 3.4 The Heart; 3.5 The Cardiac Cycle; 3.6 Quantifying Heart Function; 3.7 Preload and Afterload; 3.8 Vascular Function Curve; 3.9 Changes in Contractility, Volume and Their Impact on CO; 3.10 Clinical Vignettes
Chapter 4. How Fluid Aides Oxygen Distribution: Role for Blood4.1 The Need for Fluid Motion in the Body: Role of Blood; 4.2 Blood; 4.3 Clinical Vignettes; Chapter 5. Fluid Handling by the Kidneys; 5.1 The Glomerulus; 5.2 Tubular Function; 5.3 Clinical Vignettes; Chapter 6. Integrated Response to the Loss of Blood; 6.1 The Acute Response; 6.2 Clinical Vignettes; Chapter 7. Fluid Shifts in the Body!; 7.1 Isotonic Derangements; 7.2 Hypotonic and Hypertonic Derangements; 7.3 A Brief Word on Hyponatremia and Hypernatremia; 7.4 Primer on Bedside Fluid Management; 7.5 Conclusion
7.6 Clinical VignettesFurther Reading; General References; Specific References
- Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references.
- Schweickert, Adam J.
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