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The net effect of this countercurrent exchange is to raise the concentrations of NH4+ and NH3 deep in the medullary interstitial compartment (Fig. 1-14). The mechanism for the entry of NH3 into the lumen of the medullary collecting duct is discussed later in this chapter. Function of the shunt of NH4+ from the loop of Henle into the lumen of the medullary collecting duct • The main function of this shunt process may not be to increase the excretion of NH4+. There are two possible functions of this medullary shunt for NH4+/ NH3.
8 times the fall in its Po2. 8 × 50 mm Hg). This means that the Pco2 in arterial blood is 40 mm Hg. What is the consequence of having an arterial Pco2 at 40 mm Hg? • Regulation of alveolar ventilation is required to maintain a Pco2 of 40 mm Hg in arterial blood. One can anticipate that it is necessary to have control mechanisms to ensure that the Pco2 in arterial blood remains very close to 40 mm Hg—this is achieved because the arterial Pco2 is a regulator of alveolar ventilation. Nevertheless, the controls described so far do not indicate how to regulate the blood pH.