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RIT / Biomedical Engineering / BME 411 / Describe the process of secretion.

Describe the process of secretion.

Describe the process of secretion.

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School: Rochester Institute of Technology
Department: Biomedical Engineering
Course: Systems Physiology 2
Professor: Phillips
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: glomerular, filtration, renal, titration, excretion, filtered, and load
Cost: Free
Name: BIME 411 Notes for 11-8
Description: Renal System Notes
Uploaded: 11/14/2016
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Interested in; how to regulate levels of materials that end up being “ultrafiltered”

Glomerular filtration really just depends on size for most part

  • Produces a “filtered load of materials”

(how much Na+ will end up in ultrafiltrate

  • Some concentration of stuff in Bowman’s that will be inputted to tubular system

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Reabsorption and secretion, in terms of regulation, good for some materials (such as phosphate) and not so good for others (such as glucose) - only matters when glucose ends up in urine

Regulation depends on reabsorption processes and secretion processes

  • The processes saturate at some point
  • In terms of where, will determine how well it’s regulated

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                        X = insulin

(mg/dL) plasma concentration of material x(Px)

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Filtered Loud x = GFR x O x XP x

GFR = 120mL / min = 170L / day

70kg adult - TBC and 42L

Urine output  1-2 L / day

        Most of water is reabsorbed (good thing)

Sodium levels:

Filtered load of Na+

(GFD)(O Na+)([Na+] Plasma)

(120mL / min) 1.0 142 mmol / L 555g / day

Kidneys are reabsorbing 551 g / day of Na+

™ = 375 mg / min

GFR = 120 mL / min

Then plasma [] = 312 mg / dL

Creatinine is secreted a little bit into tubule

QuUcreat = (GFR)(O)Pcreat+Ts

GFR =

Renal Titration curve for PAH (para - amino Hippuric Acid

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