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What Is The Function Of Postinor2
Hormones: There are many hormones and I strongly recommend you go to a nearby library and have the team show you a few books about hormones. Take you time reading them. If you find concerns please contact your doctor. ...Read more
Cholesterol Reductio: It is mainly used to reduce cholesterol levels in patients at risk of cardiovascular disease. Like other fibrates, it reduces both low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and very low density lipoprotein (VLDL) levels, as well as increasing high-density lipoprotein (HDL) levels and reducing triglycerides level ...Read more
Kidney Function: The kidneys make urine and excrete waste which is a sterile ultrafiltrate of blood by passing the blood through tight spiraling tubes in functional units called nephrons. Kidneys also regulate electrolyte balance and acid base through various transporters tubes and mechanisms. The associated adrenal gland has important neuroendocrine functionality including blood pressure control. Read ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Homeostasis: Neurotransmitters are both inhibitory and excitatory, and exist to balance appropriately, the infinite entering signals from outside activity, and respond motorically as appropriate. These are chemicals which are secreted in the synapse which connects nerve to nerve, but also nerve to muscle, sweat glands, etc. ...Read more
Immune system: Before birth and throughout childhood, thymus is instrumental in the production and maturation of T-lymphocytes or T cells, specific type of white blood cell that protects body from certain viruses and other infections.Thymus produces and secretes thymosin, hormone necessary for T cell development and production.Thymus involutes following puberty. ...Read more
Devices for rhythm: Pacemakers are medical devices implanted under the skin and connected to leads inserted through veins into the chambers of the heart. By sending out a small electrical impulse the pacemaker can restore heart rhythm. The most common use for a pacemaker is for a very slow heart beat to restore rhythm. They may be either single or double lead pacemakers determined by patient need. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Multiple: Kidneys have several functions which include: 1)excreting excess water and electrolytes your body does not need, 2) removing (uremic) toxins, 3) synthesizing hormones (such as erythropoietin). The kidney function is essential in maintaining blood pressure and acid/base balance of your body. ...Read more
Digestion and : Absorption of food. Food reaches jejunum, the upper part of small intestine, in a state of partial processing by the enzymes from the stomach and duodenum. The digestion is completed and most of the nutrients are absorbed into the blood in the jejunum and some in the ileum, the lower part of small intestine. ...Read more
Physiology: Angiotensin is converted from angiotensinogen and functions to help the body secrete aldosterone (which results in salt and water retention). Angiotensin i converts to angiotensin ii, and angiotensin ii has potent vasoconstrictor and proinflammatory effects on the vasculature. ...Read more
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