Inappropriate activation of the RAAS is best treated with the diuretic spironolactone (a potassium sparing diuretic) because this prevents aldosterone from acting on Na/K pumps in the distal convoluted tubules and collecting ducts of the renal nephrons.
A refractometer is frequently used to measure the specific gravity of the fluid.
The following findings would be expected for a transudate: In general, it is not advisable to drain effusions unless they are causing clinical signs as the procedures are invasive and drainage of large volumes of fluid will further deplete body protein reserves.
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Only a mild reaction occurred following the first inoculation.
In both trials, evidence of increased permeability between blood and milk (increased p H, chlorides, serum albumin, and immune globulin) took place within 3 hr.