Sodium in Health and Disease

Sodium in Health and Disease

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report on the latest developments in the field with new information in basic as well as in clinical sciences, Sodium in Health Diseases, covers both the physiology of sodium balance and how it relates to disease. Expertly written, its concise text examines ATPase, transport and receptor systems, and sodium balance as it relates to sex hormones, genes, and body fluid. This text will also examine disease based on animal models, genetic disorders, and the influence of sodium on pulse pressure, isolated systolic hypertension, and its blood pressure sensitivity.Role of sodium and renal prostaglandin E2 in the maintenance of hypertension in the chronic phase of two-kidney one-clip renovascular hypertension in rabbits. Nephron 1988; 49:74a€“80. ... Am J Physiol 1983; 244:F355a€“66. Kaufman JSanbsp;...

Title:Sodium in Health and Disease
Author: Michael Burnier
Publisher:CRC Press - 2007-11-16

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