Well in the next few videos, we’re gonna talk about how the kidneys work. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Google. We are going to need a bit more details on what the question is asking. And I’ll give a quick overview here before we delve more into the specifics. They can be things like your proteins or your amino acids or even glucose, as well, things that build your carbohydrates.
Secondary active transport in the nephron. Notify Marks children and family. Who is attending NTI? So, this just kind of underlines the point that if you have too much of your nutrients, they become waste products. Whatever the background info it, tell us what you think about the situation, and in what order you would place these interventions. Many of us are willing to help students.
So this is all the stuff you’ve got hanging out in the artery that’s coming over to your kidney, right here. We are going to need a bit more details on what the question is asking.
You forgot the most important thing: So things your body has made through cellular respiration and all these other processes that we undergo that we don’t need anymore, that we want to get rid of.
You’ve guzzled down a giant soda and all of a sudden, you have to pee. And so when we get to the other side, where the vein is, we’ll have less oxygen. Nursing Students General Students evolve case study- hypertension.
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And your arteries also contain waste products.
And the kidneys, like every organ in the body, need oxygen to do well. What connects the artery to the vein?
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And you need some sort of initial report on the patient–but I am not sure from the Acse Changing glomerular filtration rate. Consult a social worker. Imagine you’re in a movie theater. Call report to the operating room staff. In addition to your nutrients, you’ve also got oxygen hanging out in your arterial blood. And so these guys work together to deliver oxygen to the kidney’s tissue and, at the same time, recollect these nutrients so that the stufy can take these nutrients elsewhere in the body for use.
Then we can go on from there. And as you might recall, whenever you have an artery coming into an organ or a part of your body, there should be a vein that takes the blood away from it that’s going to return it to the heart. Well actually what goes on here is part of what makes the kidney so special.
And it pumps blood throughout the body. Well in the next few videos, we’re gonna talk about how the kidneys work. They’re about the size of a fist and you’ve got two of them.
But let’s go into a little more detail about what the kidneys do.