Влияние введения крысам растворов хлорида, сульфата и карбоната аммония на экскреторную и осморегулирующую функции почек при водной нагрузке (Сообщение 1. Экскреторная функция почек) = Effect of chloride, sulfate and ammonium carbonate solutions injected to rats at osmoregulation and excretory renal function at the water load (Post 1. Excretory function of the kidneys)

T. L. Lebedeva, A. I. Gozhenko

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Lebedeva T. L., Gozhenko A. I. Влияние введения крысам растворов хлорида, сульфата и карбоната аммония на экскреторную и осморегулирующую функции почек при водной нагрузке (Сообщение 1. Экскреторная функция почек) = Effect of chloride, sulfate and ammonium carbonate solutions injected to rats at osmoregulation and excretory renal function at the water load (Post 1. Excretory function of the kidneys) Journal of Education, Health and Sport. 2016;6(10):557-565. eISSN 2391-8306. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.168410

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Влияние введения крысам растворов хлорида, сульфата и карбоната аммония на экскреторную и осморегулирующую функции почек при водной нагрузке

(Сообщение 1. Экскреторная функция почек)

 

Т. Л. Лебедева, А. И. Гоженко

 

ГП Украинский НИИ медицины транспорта МЗ Украины, г. Одесса

 

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Изучено влияние на экскреторную функцию почек внутрижелудочного введения крысам растворов хлорида, сульфата и карбоната аммония при водной нагрузке. Установлено наличие особенностей в выведении воды, осмотически активных веществ, ионов натрия, калия, водорода, неорганического фосфора, хлоридов, титруемых кислот и аммиака в зависимости от введенного аниона. Поскольку все вводимые растворы солей содержали катион аммония, экскреторная функция почек была направлена на регуляцию преимущественно анионного состава внеклеточной жидкости. Ионорегулирующая функция почек, по-видимому, состоит не только в регуляции катионного состава внеклеточной жидкости, но и в поддержании анионного постоянства.

Ключевые слова: почки, ионорегулирующая функция, анионы, экскреторная функция

 

Effect of chloride, sulfate and ammonium carbonate solutions injected to rats at osmoregulation and excretory renal function at the water load

(Post 1. Excretory function of the kidneys)

 

T. L. Lebedeva, A. I. Gozhenko

 

Ukrainian Research Institute of Transport Medicine, Odessa, Ukraine

 

Summary

The effect on the excretory function of the kidneys prior intragastric administration to rats  of chloride, sulfate and ammonium carbonate solutions at water load has been studied. The presence of water, osmotically active compounds, sodium, potassium, hydrogen, inorganic phosphorus, chloride, titratable acids and ammonia excretion peculiarities depending upon the introduced anion have been revealed. Since all the input salt solutions contained ammonium cation, excretory kidney function was primarily directed at the regulation of the anion composition of the extracellular fluid. Ion-regulating renal function apparently is not only in the regulation of extracellular fluid cationic composition, but also in maintaining the constancy of the anion.

Key words: kidneys, ion-regulating renal function, anions, excretory renal function

Keywords


почки, ионорегулирующая функция, анионы, экскреторная функция, kidneys, ion-regulating renal function, anions, excretory renal function

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