CHOICES FOR NUMBERS 1– 13
F. INORGANIC PHOSPHOROUS
I. HYDROGEN IONS
J. CARBONIC ACID
- The major intracellular cation
- The major extracellular anion.
- The major intracellular anion.
- The major extracellular cation.
- Oxalate is not recommended as an anticoagulant because it chelates this ion.
- The primary ion concerned with cardiac contractility.
- The ion involved actively in plasma osmolality
- This ion yields decreased values when the patient has NOT fasted.
- Significantly affected by hemolysis because the concentration is 10 times more in the cells than the ECF.
- Most common method is coulometric generation of silver ions in its quantitation.
- Second most abundant ion in ECF.
- The standard ion in EFP determination of electrolytes.
- Reference range is 0.80 to 1.50 mmol/L