A patient comes into your office with hypertension and edema. During your examination, you find that the individual is mildly dehydrated, and is having difficulty breathing. You order an ultrasound and serology. The patient has renal calculi, blood osmolarity of 600 mOsm and high levels of ADH and Aldosterone in his system.
Relates all of these outcomes back to the original symptoms and how might you treat this patient for best outcomes?
The above question is for a discussion board. This instructor likes us to include a lot of detail as well as the interactions between the various body systems like the ANS, PSNS, SNS, etc.