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Body fluid Regulation & abnormalities. Lec 10. Distribution of total body water . Factors affecting total body water:. 1. gender 2. age 3. Total body fat. Body fluid compartments;. 1. intracellular (2/3) 2. Extracellular (1/3); A. Interstitial fluid B. Plasma. Daily input & output.

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factors affecting total body water
Factors affecting total body water:
  • 1. gender
  • 2. age
  • 3. Total body fat
body fluid compartments
Body fluid compartments;
  • 1. intracellular (2/3)
  • 2. Extracellular (1/3);
  • A. Interstitial fluid
  • B. Plasma
regulation of fluid exchange between body compartments
Regulation of fluid exchange between body Compartments

ICF & ECF;

Determined by osmotic effect of solutes across the cell membrane.

Plasma & interstitial spaces

Colloid osmotic force & hydrostatic force across the capillary membrane.

why its important to maintain body fluid in critically ill patients
Why its important to maintain body fluid in critically ill patients?
  • 1. Dehydration will lead to hypovolemia and renal impairment.
  • 2. Over-hydration will lead to pulmonary edema and heart failure.
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