The filtration fraction is the ratio of GFR to RPF where both the values are in ml/min and FF is expressed in percentage. Calculate FF for a normal adult human being, if RPF= 600ml/min :

- a)2.08%
- b)20.73%
- c)10.38%
- d)20.83%

Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?

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Wafa Majid Qazi
answered
Aug 07, 2020

FF = Filtration fraction,

RPF = Renal plasma flow,

GFR = Glomerular filtration rate = 125ml (for healthy human),

FF = GFR/RPF,

So, FF% = GFR/RPF Ã—100

= 125/600 Ã—100

= 125/6

=20.83%

RPF = Renal plasma flow,

GFR = Glomerular filtration rate = 125ml (for healthy human),

FF = GFR/RPF,

So, FF% = GFR/RPF Ã—100

= 125/600 Ã—100

= 125/6

=20.83%

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