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The ischemic cascade in stroke | Circulatory System and Disease | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy



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24 thoughts on “The ischemic cascade in stroke | Circulatory System and Disease | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy
  1. sodium is naturally concentrated in the extracellular compartment.if the sodium potassium pump stops working, neither sodium nor potassium shall move in the fourth phase of action potential. my question is, how come you didn't mention the effects of potassium in the extracellular space both to the neurons and myocyte?

  2. In other video you said that: in apoptosis there’s no membran disintegrity.
    Now in this video, you said that after all the change in cell membran (edema and calcium toxicity), the mitochondria break down and activate the apoptotic mechanism.
    Please explain.
    Terima kasih

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  4. I was searching for the exact pathology as it contain the action potential and solute solvent concentration basic knowledge to simplify it …. I thought of same process but was not making the clear image in my mind … Tq.. can you also please make a video on ICF ECF please

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