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Questão 1: FEPESE - FTM (Pref Videira)/Pref Videira/2018 Assunto: Dos princípios gerais de Direito Tributário (arts. 145 a 149-A da CF) A respeito das espécies tributárias, é correto afirmar: a) As taxas são tributos não vinculados, cuja cobrança tem por fato gerador uma situação independente de atividade estatal específica, relativa ao contribuinte. b) A União poderá instituir empréstimos compulsórios por meio de medida provisória para atender a despesas extraordinárias decorrentes de calamidade pública. c) Os impostos, sempre que possível, terão caráter pessoal e serão graduados segundo a capacidade econômica do contribuinte. d) A contribuição de melhoria é instituída como forma de retribuição pelo custo de obras públicas ou privadas de que decorra valorização imobiliária. e) Cabe à União e aos Estados a instituição das contribuições sociais, de intervenção no domínio econômico e de interesse das categorias profissionais ou econômicas.
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#Clinique #Hyperkaliémie #Kaliémie #Médecine
The most serious manifestations of hyperkalemia are muscle weakness or paralysis, cardiac conduction abnormalities, and cardiac arrhythmias. These manifestations usually occur when the serum potassium concentration is ≥7.0 mEq/L with chronic hyperkalemia or possibly at lower levels with an acute rise in serum potassium. Patients with skeletal muscle or cardiac manifestations typically have one or more of the characteristic ECG abnormalities associated with hyperkalemia.

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prevention of hyperkalemia are discussed separately. (See "Causes and evaluation of hyperkalemia in adults" and "Treatment and prevention of hyperkalemia in adults".) CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS — <span>The most serious manifestations of hyperkalemia are muscle weakness or paralysis, cardiac conduction abnormalities, and cardiac arrhythmias. These manifestations usually occur when the serum potassium concentration is ≥7.0 mEq/L with chronic hyperkalemia or possibly at lower levels with an acute rise in serum potassium. Patients with skeletal muscle or cardiac manifestations typically have one or more of the characteristic ECG abnormalities associated with hyperkalemia. Other manifestations in hyperkalemic patients may be related to the cause of the hyperkalemia, such as polyuria and polydipsia with uncontrolled diabetes. Severe muscle weakness or para




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The most serious manifestations of hyperkalemia are [...], cardiac conduction abnormalities, and cardiac arrhythmias. These manifestations usually occur when the serum potassium concentration is ≥7.0 mEq/L with chronic hyperkalemia or possibly at lower levels with an acute rise in serum potassium. Patients with skeletal muscle or cardiac manifestations typically have one or more of the characteristic ECG abnormalities associated with hyperkalemia.
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muscle weakness or paralysis


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The most serious manifestations of hyperkalemia are muscle weakness or paralysis, cardiac conduction abnormalities, and cardiac arrhythmias. These manifestations usually occur when the serum potassium concentration is ≥7.0 mEq/L with chronic hyperkalemia or possibly

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prevention of hyperkalemia are discussed separately. (See "Causes and evaluation of hyperkalemia in adults" and "Treatment and prevention of hyperkalemia in adults".) CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS — <span>The most serious manifestations of hyperkalemia are muscle weakness or paralysis, cardiac conduction abnormalities, and cardiac arrhythmias. These manifestations usually occur when the serum potassium concentration is ≥7.0 mEq/L with chronic hyperkalemia or possibly at lower levels with an acute rise in serum potassium. Patients with skeletal muscle or cardiac manifestations typically have one or more of the characteristic ECG abnormalities associated with hyperkalemia. Other manifestations in hyperkalemic patients may be related to the cause of the hyperkalemia, such as polyuria and polydipsia with uncontrolled diabetes. Severe muscle weakness or para







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The most serious manifestations of hyperkalemia are muscle weakness or paralysis, [...], and cardiac arrhythmias. These manifestations usually occur when the serum potassium concentration is ≥7.0 mEq/L with chronic hyperkalemia or possibly at lower levels with an acute rise in serum potassium. Patients with skeletal muscle or cardiac manifestations typically have one or more of the characteristic ECG abnormalities associated with hyperkalemia.
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cardiac conduction abnormalities


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The most serious manifestations of hyperkalemia are muscle weakness or paralysis, cardiac conduction abnormalities, and cardiac arrhythmias. These manifestations usually occur when the serum potassium concentration is ≥7.0 mEq/L with chronic hyperkalemia or possibly at lower levels with an acute ris

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prevention of hyperkalemia are discussed separately. (See "Causes and evaluation of hyperkalemia in adults" and "Treatment and prevention of hyperkalemia in adults".) CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS — <span>The most serious manifestations of hyperkalemia are muscle weakness or paralysis, cardiac conduction abnormalities, and cardiac arrhythmias. These manifestations usually occur when the serum potassium concentration is ≥7.0 mEq/L with chronic hyperkalemia or possibly at lower levels with an acute rise in serum potassium. Patients with skeletal muscle or cardiac manifestations typically have one or more of the characteristic ECG abnormalities associated with hyperkalemia. Other manifestations in hyperkalemic patients may be related to the cause of the hyperkalemia, such as polyuria and polydipsia with uncontrolled diabetes. Severe muscle weakness or para







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The most serious manifestations of hyperkalemia are muscle weakness or paralysis, cardiac conduction abnormalities, and [...]. These manifestations usually occur when the serum potassium concentration is ≥7.0 mEq/L with chronic hyperkalemia or possibly at lower levels with an acute rise in serum potassium. Patients with skeletal muscle or cardiac manifestations typically have one or more of the characteristic ECG abnormalities associated with hyperkalemia.
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cardiac arrhythmias


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The most serious manifestations of hyperkalemia are muscle weakness or paralysis, cardiac conduction abnormalities, and cardiac arrhythmias. These manifestations usually occur when the serum potassium concentration is ≥7.0 mEq/L with chronic hyperkalemia or possibly at lower levels with an acute rise in serum potassium. Pat

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prevention of hyperkalemia are discussed separately. (See "Causes and evaluation of hyperkalemia in adults" and "Treatment and prevention of hyperkalemia in adults".) CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS — <span>The most serious manifestations of hyperkalemia are muscle weakness or paralysis, cardiac conduction abnormalities, and cardiac arrhythmias. These manifestations usually occur when the serum potassium concentration is ≥7.0 mEq/L with chronic hyperkalemia or possibly at lower levels with an acute rise in serum potassium. Patients with skeletal muscle or cardiac manifestations typically have one or more of the characteristic ECG abnormalities associated with hyperkalemia. Other manifestations in hyperkalemic patients may be related to the cause of the hyperkalemia, such as polyuria and polydipsia with uncontrolled diabetes. Severe muscle weakness or para