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Young hypotenive male is admitted to emergency room with, normal Na,cl & osmolarity but dec: K & inc: hematocrit...
Which of the follwoing condition most responsible for this???
a)hemorhage
b)Diarhea
c)Water intoxication
d)Hypotonic diuresis
e)Alcohol induced dehydration




  #2

secretory diarrhea....osmolarity same as tht of plasma

HCO3- must also be reduced!


  #3

is it not diahrae associated whith hyperkalemia


  #4

no reverse is true!


  #5

There is Isotonic fluid loss....
The answer is B....Diarhea..





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