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Fluid and Electrolytes

Ruth Epner RN, BSN, WOCN

Fluid and electrolyte terminology

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1.lessening urine excretion
4.abnormal cardiac rhythm
6.outside the cell
8.allows fluids but not dissolved substances to pass through it
12.excessive potassium in the blood
14.excessive magnesium in the blood
18.carries a positive electrical charge
22.fluids located within the blood vessels
23.fluid between tissurs
24.carries a negative electrical charge
25.decrease in acidity of blood caused by loss of acid or accumulation in base
26.has the same osmolarity as blood
27.moving from an area of higher concentraction to an area of lower concentration
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2.fluids located within the blood cells
3.increased ventilation that results in lowered carbon dioxide level
5.when dissolved in water, can conduct electricity
7.results from excess loss of body fluid
9.pertaining to the pressure of liquids in equilibrium and to the pressure exerted by the liquid
10.excessive sodium in the blood
11.excessive calcium in the blood
13.across cell membranes
14.abnormal increase in the volumn of circulating blood
15.reduction of bone mass
16.within the cranium or skull
17.removing particles from a solution by allowing the liquid to pass through a membrane
19.exerts greater osmotic pressure than blood
20.passage of solvent through a semipermeable membrane; seperates solutions of different concentrations
21.increase in acidity of blood

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