← MoD Test 3 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- intra abdominal pressure
- peptobismol kaopectate
- vestibulocochlear oculomotor
- encourage feed intake
- a enteritis - caused by excessive fecal fluid loss (diarrhea) - water, sodium, potassium; reduced water intake
- b simple obstruction - loss or imbalance of fluids and electrolytes - In some cases increased ______________ is significant enough to cause a reduction in portal circulation, decreased venous return to the heart and may also interfere with respiratory function (decreased tidal volume)
- c two pectin (soluble fiber) containing products
- d which CNs? tracking
- e what would be helpful in the ketotic anorexic patient?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- _______ develops when fat mobilization exceeds the rate of fat oxidation; fat is mobilized from adipose tissue when insulin concentration falls or insulin binding to adipose tissue receptors is inhibited
- describe basic change in insulinoma
- CN 3 - motor to DMV rectus mm, ventral oblique and levator palpebrae superioris m. Parasympathetic to ciliary ganglion (iris sphincter m)
- increased glucocorticoids due to pituitary or adrenal tumor (atypical - increased androgens)
- source of abdominal pain - originating from the ______________ - due to stretch of GIT wall (stretch receptors); dilation/distension of lumen; due to pull on mesentery; due to inflammation within intestinal wall; pain from intestinal ischemia (stim of nociceptors from local lactic acid accumulation); in obstructive states proximal motility tends to increase resulting in spasms
5 True/False Questions
GH → carbohydrate metabolism - decreases tissue uptake of glucose, increases liver gluconeogenesis. May ultimately be associated with insulin resistance
reduces fat mobilization → while giving fluids to a dehydrated/shockie patient what is the rule of thumb regarding K supplementation?
Neorickettsia helminthoeca → while giving fluids to a dehydrated/shockie patient what is the rule of thumb regarding K supplementation?
SPD → growth - of all tissue in the young animal (where there are marked effects on skeletal frame) but also in the adult on tissues that can continue to grow
inc insulin and cortisol → DM, causes high BG (and resultant osmotic diuresis=PU/PD)