Monday, February 29, 2016

Clinical Chemistry 2 Exam Questions on Electrolytes


CHOICES FOR NUMBERS 1– 10

A.    POTASSIUM
B.     SODIUM
C.    CHLORIDE
D.    INORGANIC PHOSPHATE
E.     NOT IN THE LIST
           
            1. The major intracellular cation
  1. The major extracellular anion.
  2. The major intracellular anion.
  3. The major extracellular cation.
  4. Oxalate is not recommended as an anticoagulant because it chelates this ion.
  5. The primary ion concerned with cardiac contractility.
  6. The ion involved actively in plasma osmolality
  7. This ion yields decreased values when the patient has NOT fasted.
  8. This anion is directly involved in blood pH maintenance.
  9. It has a passive function in water electrolyte balance.

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