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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Physiology of Fluid BalanceP3 describe the distribution and constituents of body fluidsChloe Henry Human Beings contain many differenttypes of fluids that play an important role. Tears are made uop of water, mucim,lipids, lysozyme, lactferrin, lipocalin, lacritin, immunoglobulins, glucose, urea, sodium and potassium. MUCUS is air you inhalethrough your nose, it contains lots of tiny particals (dust, dirt, germs and pollen) if these particals made it backto the lungs the lungs could becomedamaged and it maybe hard to breathe BLOOD PLASMA blood is suspended in fluidcells called plasma - these are mainly composesof water and otherdisolved substances and solutes. LYMPOTIC FLUID is very similar in composition to blood plasma GASTRIC JUICE consists of water, electrolytes, hydrochloric acid, enzymes, mucus and intrinsic factor SALIVA this is secreted by the salivary glands found underthe tongue. It contains enzynes that begin the digestive process by breaking downstarch and fats in food while they are still in the mouth SWEATThis consists of water,minerals, lactate and urea. VAGINAL SECRETIONVaginal discharge is mainlycomposed of mucous from the vagina and cervix, dead cells, and the lactobacilli bacteria. SEMENcontains citric acid, free amino acids, fructose, enzymes, phosphorylcholine, prostaglandin, potassium, and zinc.
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