oops sorry, here it is:Are you sure you have the right question?
For the body, a loss of blood volume must result in a drop in blood pressure, and vice versa. It is simply the way the body is designed. The rule of ideal gases (PV= constant) are not applicable here.oops sorry, here it is:
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My thought process:
aldosterone deficiency=decreases Na+reabsorption by the kidneys into the plasma=decrease blood volume. I am asking that if in fluids, you have decreases volume, you have decreased pressure, which is what the key said. If not, how did you reason the pressure part?