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  1. contactants
  2. Inhalant
  3. 2. Artificially Acquired Active immunity
  4. Angioedema:
  5. Tumor necrosis factor
  1. a Ex. House dust, mites, insect excrement, and product, pollen spores
    common reaction: Allergic asthmas, rhinitis, hypersensitivity, pneumonistis
  2. b Itching, swelling, redness of deeper tissues and mucous membrance Medical Management: Intubation, subcutaneous epinephrine, aminophylline
  3. c cytokine used to regulate various autoimmune and inflammatory disorder
  4. d Ex. plants oils, tropical meds, occupational chemical, cosmetic, metals in jewelry and clothing fastners, hair dyes, latex
    common reaction: contact dermatitis, urticaria, or anaphylaxis
  5. e Administration of a killed or weakened microorganism of toxoid. The Memory Cell make Lymphocytes "remember: killed or weakened antigens and recognize if they invade again

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Action- Block histamine
    Side effects- Sedation, dryness of mucous membrance; rare: heart dysrhymias
    Nursing Consideration- Caution not to drive or operate machinery until sedative effects of mediacation are known
  2. 1.Sinus infection related to chronic nasal congestion
    2. Secondary pulmonary infection like bronchitis
    3. Asthma
    4. Severe complication- Anaphylactic shock and angioneurotic
  3. Asthma
  4. Action- Vasconstrict nasal membranes
    Side effect- anxiety, nervousness, palpitations, headache, dizzines, tremors, sleeplessness, hypertension
    Nursing consideration- Use cautiously in clients with severe hypertension, diabetes, glaucoma, Hyperthyroidism, prostatic hyperplasia, coronary artery diease
  5. Action- anti-infammatory
    Side effect- headache, fungal of nasa passage or mouth, nasal irritation, cough, flulike illness
    Nursing consideration- Examine nares. Avoid eyes. Weeks of therapy may be necessary. Report sore throat or signs of oral fungal infection

5 True/False questions

  1. IngestantEx. drugs, bee venom
    common reaction: Anaphylaxis, angioedema, acute urticaria

          

  2. Types of allergiesS/S: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramping, malaise, itching, wheezing,rash, cough
    Medical management: Identify and avoid food, subcutaneous epinephrine, aminophylines in severe reaction

          

  3. IgDFunction-Binds to antigen encourage secretion of other Ig
    Located -Surface of lymphocytes

          

  4. UrticaraFunction-prevents entry by revealing structure/ pathway
    Located-saliva, sweat, tears, mucus bile colostrum

          

  5. IgGFunction- Neutralizes toxins; accelerates phagocytosis
    Located- intravascular and intercelluar fluid

          

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