Back to Basics In Physiology: Electrolytes and Non-electrolyte Solutes in the Body exploits the gap that exists in current physiology books. Instead of tackling one particular organ system at a time, the authors tackle specific problems and then evaluate their repercussions on systemic physiology.
With the exploding amount of basic science information that is available today to physiology students (undergraduate, nursing, physician associate or medical), there is more and more of a disconnect between the basic sciences and the clinical sciences. This book provides a bridge that allows students to understand basic science and its direct translation to the clinical setting, with the final aim of comprehending the basic science that is behind the clinical observations.
The book allows students to gain sufficient background knowledge of physiology and its direct application to clinical skills because they are being written as lectures, in day-to-day language that is easy to comprehend. This original, six chapter book briefly reviews and integrates the basic concepts behind the function of electrolytes in the body.
- Exploits the gap that exists in current physiology books, tackling specific problems and evaluating their repercussions on systemic physiology
- Provides a bridge for the basic understanding of science and its direct translation to the clinical setting
- Interspersed with clinical correlates and key facts, highlighting direct patient care issues to help improve understanding and retention
- Ideal physiology reference for physiology students, including graduate and undergraduate students, nursing students, physician associate students, and medical students
Physiology students, including graduate and undergraduate physiology students, nursing students, physician associate students, and medical students
1) Electrolytes and Strong Electrolytes (Acid-Base)
2) Sodium and Water
6) Blood, Urea, Nitrogen
7) Creatinine and the Kidneys
9) Calcium and Phosphate
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- © Academic Press 2018
- 1st October 2017
- Academic Press
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After receiving his medical degree with honors from the University of La Salle in Mexico City, Dr. Arroyo pursued a PhD in Biomedical Science at the National Autonomous University in Mexico City (UNAM), focusing on renal ion transport physiology. During this time he was appointed Adjunct Professor of Physiology at the University of La Salle and the Panamerican University School of Medicine. He then completed a two year Post-Doctoral fellowship in Renal Genetics and Hypertension at the Genetics Department of the Yale University School of Medicine. Dr. Arroyo is now a Tinsley R. Harrison Society Scholar at Vanderbilt University, where he is undergoing his clinical training in Internal Medicine and Nephrology. Dr. Arroyo has been a guest speaker at several international renal physiology conferences, and is interested in clinical medicine, basic science research and active teaching in the classroom.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Department of Genetics, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, USA
Dr. Schweickert earned his medical doctorate at the University of Toledo in Ohio. He went on to complete his Pediatrics residency at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. During this time, he volunteered at multiple international clinics throughout Central and South America. Dr. Schweickert spent several years teaching as a Pediatric Hospitalist before taking time off to travel the world with his wife. He presently works as a clinician in the Pediatric ICU at St. Barnabas Medical Center in New Jersey.
Attending Physician – Pediatric ICU, St. Barnabas Medical Center, West Orange, NJ, USA