The two prime considerations when ordering replacement electrolytes are:
The acid-base balance of the blood refers to:
a. The person's ability to walk without falling.
b. The amount of alcohol in the blood.
The amounts of alkaline and acid in the blood.
d. The tendency of the blood to form thrombosus.
Intravenous injection of an isotonic solution causes the body's cells to:
Remain the same.
d. Depend on the electrolytes in the solution.
11. The process that causes a solvent to move across a semi-permeable membrane
from a location where a solute is less concentrated to a location where the solute
is more concentrated is called: