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Chp 25

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  • Q1
    1) The approximate fraction of body weight that is attributed to water is more than:
    b) one-half.
    c) two-thirds.
    d) three-fourths.
    a) one-fourth.
  • Q2
    2) A nonelectrolyte is:
    b) chloride.
    a) sodium.
    d) calcium.
    c) glucose.
  • Q3
    3) The passive movement of substances across a membrane to achieve equal concentration is known as:
    a) acid-base balance.
    b) neutral charged ions.
    d) diffusion.
    c) fluid excretion.
  • Q4
    4) The normal serum pH is:
    c) 8.15 to 8.35.
    a) 7.25 to 7.35.
    b) 7.35 to 7.45.
    d) 8.35 to 8.55.
  • Q5
    5) An elevated serum pH causes a condition known as:
    c) equal bicarbonate.
    a) alkalosis
    b) acidosis.
    d) neutral carbonic acid.
  • Q6
    6) The acid-base balance is regulated by the lungs and the:
    a) cerebellum
    c) kidneys.
    d) liver.
    b) electrolytes.
  • Q7
    7) The shift of calcium excess into the bone creates a condition known as:
    c) hypocalcemia
    d) hyponatremia.
    b) hypervolemia.
    a) hyperkalemia.
  • Q8
    8) The patient with excess fluid volume will have blood pressure that is:
    c) lowered.
    a) elevated.
    b) normal.
    d) even.
  • Q9
    9) Excessive use of salt substitutes can cause an excess of which electrolyte?
    b) Magnesium
    c) Potassium
    a) Calcium
    d) Sodium
  • Q10
    10) On the patient’s intake and output record (I & O), continuous tube feeding would be counted as the:
    d) output.
    c) surplus.
    a) intake.
    b) deficit.

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