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Pharmaka zur Beeinflussung der Nierenfunktion, des Elektrolyt-, Wasser- und Säure-Basen-Haushaltes

  • E. Hackenthal
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Zusammenfassung

Die Körpermasse eines erwachsenen Menschen besteht zu etwa 55–60% aus Wasser. Bei einem Körpergewicht von 70 kg sind dies ca. 40 l, von denen sich 25 l intrazellulär, 10–11 l im interstitiellen Raum, d.h. in den Zeilzwischenräumen und ca. 3,5 l im Blutplasma befinden. Der interstitielle Raum und das Plasmavolumen bilden zusammen den Extrazellulärraum (Tabelle 25.1).

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