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Fluid and electrolyte introduction

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Across
1.type of extracellular fluid that surrounds cells
4.intermingling of molecules through random movement
6.type of extracellular fluid
8.a positively charged ion
10.charged ions capable of conducting electricity
11.example of an electrolyte with a positive charge
12.type of fluid found outside the cells
15.type of fluid loss occurring through skin and lungs
17.primary mechanism that regulates fluid intake
19.concentration of solutes in body fluid
20.force pulling water from interstitial space into vascular compartment
21.example of transcellular fluid
22.area of the brain where thirst center is located
23.condition occurring when less fluid is taken into the body than is lost
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2.body fluid found inside cells
3.example of an electrolyte with a negative charge
5.fluid and solutes move together across a membrane from high pressure area to low pressure area
7.another term for intravascular fluid
9.a negatively charged ion
13.example of transcellular fluid
14.movement of water across cell membrane from area of lower solute concentration to higher concentration
16.fluid found inside vascular system
18.a substance that dissolves in liquid

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