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  1. Low Cortisol l/t this:
  2. re: Hyposecretion. This is an example of Primary:
  3. Aldosterone release is stim. by this:
  4. This happens if there is no Aldosterone:
  5. This is how the body responds to <Cortisol/Aldosterone:
  6. This stims the metabolism/breakdown of carbs:
  7. The following are s/s of < Cortisol/Hydrocortisone, < Aldosterone, Addison's Disease:
  8. If the Pt craves Na it could be a s/s of this:
  9. This is an example of Secondary:
  10. This can be Primary or Secondary:
  11. S/s of < Cortisol/Hydrocortisone are similar to this:
  12. Hypoglycemia & lower blood sugar l/t this:
  13. This is a Mineralocorticoid that causes the kidneys to retain Na:
  1. a Sodium & water loss, < BP, hypotension, > HR (the response), the Pt craving Na.
  2. b < Cortisol/Hydrocortisone, < Aldosterone, Addison's Disease
  3. c < BP then it > HR
  4. d High blood K lvls.
  5. e Aldosterone
  6. f Weakness, fatigue, wt. loss, confusion, psychosis, anorexia, n/v (which l/t electrolyte imbalances).
  7. g S/s of <Aldosterone & Addison's Disease
  8. h Deficient ACTH fails to stim. Adrenal steroid synthesis.
  9. i <Cortisol/Hydrocortisone, <Aldosterone, & 'Addison's Disease'.
  10. j Na leaves & water leaves as well.
  11. k Hypoglycemia & lower blood sugar
  12. l ACTH from the Pit is elevated (in an attempt to stim. the Adrenal Cortex to synthesize more hormones).
  13. m Cortisol