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The Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System: Approaches to Cardiac and Renal Therapy

1. ________ does not trigger renin secretion.
2. Which is not a stimulus for aldosterone production?
3. Which is a direct result of AT1 receptor activation by Ang II?
4. ________ is not involved in congestive heart failure.
5. The roles of ANP and BNP include
6. Which is an action of Ang II on the kidneys during renal failure?
7. Which type of agent is recommended for treating persistent renal proteinuria in dogs?
8. What is aldosterone escape?
9. Which medication does not directly manipulate the RAAS?
10. What is the mechanism of action of spironolactone?
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