← MoD Test 3 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- reduces fat mobilization
- functional obstruction
- a how would you be able to administer fluids? drinking voluntarily, no malabsorption, no vomiting, diarrhea is not profuse
- b example of an inhibitory hormone released by the hypothalamus
- c why would administering insulin be helpful in the ketotic animal?
- d mech of diarrhea - excessively stimulated normal secretory process (water follows electrolytes)
- e cause is a motility disorder (ileus), as no physical obstruction exists.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- fluids - BW x % dehydration
- what is the main stimulus for peristalsis?
- what makes a diarrheic calf comatose? dehydration, endotoxemia, anoxia, acidemia, D-lactate, L-lactate, DL-lactate
- why would administering glucose be helpful in the ketotic animal?
- orientation of body parts: head tilt/turn, opisthotonus, tremor, ventroflexion, knuckling
5 True/False Questions
hyperaldosteronism → rare cause of hypertension related to increased sodium/water and decreased K
reperfusion → excess FFA can be converted to ketone bodies, occurs in all species except ____________
trigeminal → SRs? extensor carpi radialis
activated charcoal modified clays → seen as initiating entity in cases of NSI
colonic epithelium → fermentation products, such as butyrate, of soluble fiber (pectin) stimulates the ____________