TRIPLE SCIENCE: Kidney Function and Kidney Failure

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Blood entering the kidneys contain what? (6 things)
Ions, water, proteins, sugar, urea, blood cells.
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Name two things that do not enter the Bowman's capsule.
Proteins, Red blood cells.
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Where does blood enter the kidney?
Through the renal artery.
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Molecules travel from the Bowman's capsule along what?
The nephron.
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Do patients need to take drugs on dialysis?
No.
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List two steps that are taken to reduce the chances of rejection of a kidney transplant.
1. Taking immunosuppressive drugs to suppress the immune system. 2. By finding a donor with tissue type that closely matches the patient.
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Name two things that do not enter the Bowman's capsule.

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Proteins, Red blood cells.

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Where does blood enter the kidney?

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Molecules travel from the Bowman's capsule along what?

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Do patients need to take drugs on dialysis?

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