Violation of the mineral exchange

Even small burns, usually called a clear violation of salt exchange, in particular, chlorine, sodium, potassium, phosphorus , etc. It is very painful tolerated, as electrolytes take active part in various metabolic processes, including in tissue respiration.
Animals already in the first hours after burn blood levels of chlorine and sodium progressive decreases, while in the fluid that collects in places edema, their number is increasing dramatically. There is a transition of chlorides from the blood into the tissues, where they are concentrated in the intercellular spaces of the area of the burn.
A. R. Gvamichava indicates that as thickening of the blood decreases the content of chlorides and with the development of liquefaction quantity of chlorides is aligned.
Loss of sodium chloride leads to a decrease in the osmotic pressure of blood proteins and increases of the tissue proteins. The ability of chlorine and sodium link huge amounts of water causes the formation of edema.
According to Y. M. of Gefter and G. F. Meleshkevich, electrolyte imbalance more dangerous failure of colloids and proteins, for it is closely related to water exchange, the violation of which is very hard impact on the life of the organism. On a background of reduction of the content of chlorides in the blood the amount of potassium and phosphorus increases. Developing hyperkalemia in the event of violation of the kidney (oliguria, anuria) can cause potassium intoxication.
Hyperphosphaturia mainly driven by increasing content of inorganic phosphorus (potassium phosphate), which, according to S. M. Banitis, is a consequence of high breaking down organic phosphorous compounds and delayed their synthesis.