Question The following test results were obtained over a 24-hourperiod:urine volume = 1.4 Lurine [inulin] = 100 mg%urine [urea] = 220 mmol L-1urine [PAH] = 70 mg mL-1plasma [inulin] = 1 mg%plasma [urea] = 5 mmol L-1plasma [PAH] = 0.2 mg mL-1hematocrit = 0.40 We know that inulin is freely filtered but NOTreabsorbed/secreted.PAH is freely filtered, and it is secreted, but NOTreabsorbed.Urea is freely filtered, and it is reabsorbed, but NOTsecreted.1 mg% = 0.01 mg/mL calculate:A) Glomerular filtration rate (GFR)(Hint. GFR equals to the clearance of?) B) The rate of urea filtration C) The rate of urea excretion g) The rate of urea reabsorption(Hint. Urea is NOT secreted. Please use themass balance: Input = Output) 1pt

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The following test results were obtained over a 24-hour period:

urine volume = 1.4 L

urine [inulin] = 100 mg%

urine [urea] = 220 mmol L-1

urine [PAH] = 70 mg mL-1

plasma [inulin] = 1 mg%

plasma [urea] = 5 mmol L-1

plasma [PAH] = 0.2 mg mL-1

hematocrit = 0.40

We know that inulin is freely filtered but NOT reabsorbed/secreted.

PAH is freely filtered, and it is secreted, but NOT reabsorbed.

Urea is freely filtered, and it is reabsorbed, but NOT secreted.

1 mg% = 0.01 mg/mL

calculate:

A) Glomerular filtration rate (GFR) (Hint. GFR equals to the clearance of ?)

B) The rate of urea filtration

C) The rate of urea excretion

g) The rate of urea reabsorption (Hint. Urea is NOT secreted. Please use the mass balance: Input = Output) 1 pt

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