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Human Anatomy & Physiology III

by: Waldo Rowe

Human Anatomy & Physiology III BI 233

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Waldo Rowe
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Waldo Rowe on Monday October 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BI 233 at Portland Community College taught by Stephanie Mirkes in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 480 views. For similar materials see /class/224623/bi-233-portland-community-college in Biology at Portland Community College.


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Date Created: 10/19/15
Practice Essays 10 pointseach Please circle the questions you are choosinq to answer and make sure to answer each question within the essay topic 1 While skiing last Friday night Roger sustained a crushing injury to his leg while exiting the ski lift Being alone he decided to wrap his leg as tight as possible and make the drive back to Portland By the time he reaches home he has lost quite a bit of blood He feels agitated confused and has not urinated in over 4 hours His skin color is pale and is cool and clammy when touched Roger calls you a friend for help and advice What type of shock is Roger experiencing Would you expect his blood pressure to be high or low Should you give Roger fluids by mouth why or why not Also explain why this type of shock may damage the kidneys 2 The blood brain barrier around the hypothalamus is absent and alcohol easily affects it Please explain why people who drink alcohol need to urinate more often than those that abstain given equal intakes of water Include in your discussion the mechanism of action 3 Why do people who are lost in the hot desert with no water become disoriented and incoherent Please use vocabulary terms from the electrolyte balance chapter when explaining your answer 4 Tom was trying to get into a lower weight class for his university wrestling team His coach did not encourage rapid weight loss and made sure that Tom ate three normal wellbalanced meals each day However Tom kept losing weight and his urine pH was drifting higher The team physician said Tom was showing signs of metabolic alkalosis What dangerous practice might Tom have been following after each meal What does the change in urine pH have to with that practice 5 What are two stimuli that increase renin release by the kidneys Describe how angiotensin 2 is produced Describe four ways in which circulating angiotensin 2 increases blood pressure andor blood volume


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