OBJECTIVE: Write a test item in five different forms for the following.
The proportions of electrolytes in body fluids will depend upon their location
in the body. Intracellular fluids and extra-cellular fluids have different
proportions of electrolytes, and these differ from the proportions of
electrolytes contained in fluids of the digestive system. Extracellular fluid
contains much more sodium than intracellular fluid, and intracellular fluid
contains much more potassium than extracellular fluid.
Discuss electrolyte proportions in body fluids.
From class discussion, it can be stated about the amounts of sodium
and potassium in extracellular and intracellular body fluids that
List the three body fluids, discussed in class, that contain electrolytes.
Extracellular fluid contains less sodium than intracellular fluid. T or F
Proportions of electrolytes in body fluids are the same for:
None of the location types mentioned.
Intracellular and extracellular.
Extracellular and digestive.
Intracellular and digestive.
Figure 4-5. Five types of test items.