Albumin: physiology and pharmacology
Distribution and metabolic fate of phosphate
Composition of plasma and function of albumin.
Pharmacology of intravenously administered magnesium sulphate.
Consequences of drinking 1L of fresh water
Pharmacology of IV fluids: 5% dextrose vs. normal saline
Venous and lymphatic return of interstitial fluid
Regulation of plasma calcium concentration.
Pharmacology of antiarrhythmic agents
Regulation of serum calcium concentration
Different types of data
Pharmacology of magnesium sulphate.
Compare IV fluids: 4% albumin vs. 0.9% saline
Pharmacology of mannitol vs. hypertonic saline.
Physiological response to 1 litre of 0.9 % saline
Regulation of sodium in the body fluids
Pharmacology of electrolyte solutions: magnesium sulfuate
Hyperkalemia: pharmacology of its management
Potassium in the body fluids
Distribution of magnesium in the body
Potassium exchange across the cell membrane
Contents, properties and response to infusion of magnesium sulphate
Physiological role of calcium; gluconate vs. chloride replacement solutions
Colloid intravenous fluids; specifically, hydroxyethyl starches
Management of hyperkalemia: pharmacology of the usual agents
Physiology of colloid IV fluids. Compare gelatins, starches and albumin.
Physiological effects of a 2L haemorrhage
Physiological response to the loss of 1 litre of blood: the hormonal response
Regulation of extracellular calcium and pharmacology of bisphosphonates
Regulation of extracellular potassium and consequences of hyperkalemia
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