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Question 1: The ________ of the skin is ~4; therefore, under physiological conditions, with the surface of the skin also buffered at or near 7.4, the membrane has a net negative charge and electroosmotic flow is from cathode (-) to anode (+).
AmphoterismAcidIsoelectric pointAmino acid

Question 2: The positively charged chamber, termed the ________ will repel a positively charged chemical, while the negatively charged chamber, termed the cathode, will repel a negatively charged chemical into the skin.
Battery (electricity)Rechargeable batteryGalvanic cellAnode

Question 3: Common diagnoses treated with Iontophoresis include plantar fasciitis, bursitis and some types of ________.
HyperhidrosisFeverHeadacheFatigue (medical)

Question 4: In the presence of an electric field ________ and electroosmosis are the dominant forces in mass transport.
ElectronElectric currentElectrical conductorElectromigration

Question 5: These movements are measured in units of chemical ________, commonly ┬Ámol/cm2h.
FluxMagnetic fieldMaxwell's equationsEnergy

Question 6: Iontophoresis is commonly used by physical therapists for the application of ________ medications.
AnalgesicAnxiolyticAnti-inflammatoryNon-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug

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