Acid Base Physiology | Part Three | Renal Regulation | Acidification of Urine | Renal Physiology

What is the role of the kidneys in regulating acid base balance? How do they acidify urine? This is the last in the three-part series on acid-base physiology. 🌟In this video, we answer these questions and look at: 0:00 -…

Acid Base Physiology | Part Three | Renal Regulation | Acidification of Urine | Renal Physiology

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What is the role of the kidneys in regulating acid base balance? How do they acidify urine?

This is the last in the three-part series on acid-base physiology.

🌟In this video, we answer these questions and look at:
0:00 – Intro
0:16 – Recap of Part 1 and 2
1:18 – Kidney in acid-base balance
2:16 – Bicarbonate Reabsorption (PCT)
4:00 – Hydrogen Ion secretion (Late DCT & Collecting Duct)
4:44 – Phosphate Buffers
6:18 – Ammonia Buffers
7:48 – Renal Compensation in simple acid-base disturbances

 
✨ Other videos you may need :
-Acid-Base Physiology | Part 1 | Basics and Buffers : https://youtu.be/OTaxqhWHkXw
-Acid-Base Physiology | Part 2 | Respiratory Regulation : https://youtu.be/myag4d5uGa4

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