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Renin Angiotensin Aldosterone System – RAAS

Today we are going to talk about the Renin Angiotensin Aldosterone Axis or the System,right. It is one of the very important physiological system which is doing lot of function, but most important function is Blood Pressure Regulation. That how this system regulates your blood pressure.So let’s start first to understand its physiology,right. And to […]

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Saline Is Based on Terrible Science, Why Do We Use It Every Day?

In my mind nothing is as synonymous with hospitals as a bag of intravenous saline hanging from a little metal tree. They’re practically ubiquitous in emergency rooms and it’s a serious problem when they’re in short supply. Normal Saline, as it’s called, is incredibly simple, it’s mostly just sterile water and about point-nine percent good […]

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Easy Ohm’s Law Tutorial: Neuroscience and Cardiac Physiology physics application

Ohms Law: Applied to Neuro- and Cardio- physiology From Physics, we know that “Voltage” equals “flow” times “resistance” or V equals IR. Voltage means difference. In an electrical battery, there is a difference in charge. Let’s say one side of the battery has 20 electrons, and the other side has 600 electrons. If you connect […]

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