Pharmacology of frusemide
Functional anatomy of the kidney and regulation of renal blood flow
Renal handling of water
Pharmacology of diuretics: frusemide vs. acetazolamide
Renal handling of sodium.
Factors which determine the glomerular filtration of a solute.
Regulation of renal blood flow
Endocrine functions of the kidney.
Factors that determine glomerular filtration rate
Factors that influence filtration across the glomerular basement membrane.
Counter-current mechanisms in the kidney and in the skin
Renal resorption of water and electrolytes
Role of the kidneys in the excretion of non-volatile acid.
Glomerular filtration rate
Creatinine as a means of assessing renal function
Pharmacology of diuretics: frusemide and acetazolamide
Functions of the kidney: broadly
Biochemical changes in renal failure
Pharmacology of diuretics: frusemide
Oxygen delivery to the renal medulla
Physiology of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system.
Physical principles of dialysis
Contercurrent multiplier mechanisms in the renal medulla
Renal handling of potassium
Renal handling of bicarbonate
The urea cycle and the role of the kidney in urea handling
Renal handling of sodium
Renin-aldosterone-angiotensin system: regulation of angiotensin levels
Regulation of glomerular filtrate (volume and composition)
Interpretation of left ventricular pressure-volume loops
Physiological response to the loss of 1 litre of blood: the hormonal response
Renal drug clearance
Creatinine clearance and concentration as measures of renal function
Role of the kidney in body water homeostasis.
Sites and mechanisms of action of diuretics
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