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5 Matching questions

  1. IgD
  2. IgM
  3. Organs that involve allergic reaction:
  4. Allergic disorder complication
  5. 1. Naturally Acquired Active Immunity
  1. a A directed result of infection by a microorganism.
    Ex. Immunity to measle after being infected
  2. b skin, respiratory passageway, GI tract, blood and vascular
  3. c Function-Clusters antigen and dissolves cell
    Located-intravascular serum
  4. d Function-Binds to antigen encourage secretion of other Ig
    Located -Surface of lymphocytes
  5. e 1.Sinus infection related to chronic nasal congestion
    2. Secondary pulmonary infection like bronchitis
    3. Asthma
    4. Severe complication- Anaphylactic shock and angioneurotic

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. ready made antibodies are given to susceptible person. Providing immediate short lived protection
  2. S/S: itching, burning, redness, rash on contact w/ substance
    Medical management: allergen avoidance, wearing gloves, tropical or oral Antihistamines and corticosteriods
  3. cytokine used to regulate various autoimmune and inflammatory disorder
  4. Action- dilate airway by stimulating adrenergic receptors in the lungs
    Side effect- Insomia, restlessness, anorexia, cardiac stimulation, hyperglycemia, tremor, vascular headache
    Nursing consideration-Avoid taking 2 hour of bedtime. pregnant women, brethine interfere with labor delivery
  5. 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

5 True/False questions

  1. IgEFunction- Neutralizes toxins; accelerates phagocytosis
    Located- intravascular and intercelluar fluid


  2. Allergic rhinitisS/S: Sneezing, itching, nasal congestion, watery nasal discharge, itching and eye redness
    Medical management: Antihistamines, nasal decongestant,corticosteriods nasal spray, immunotherapy, allergen avoidance, eye drops


  3. Monocyteslarge WBC phagocytic cell in the tissue
    Ex. Lungs, liver,lymph nodes, spleen, and peritoneum


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


  5. Food allergyS/S: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramping, malaise, itching, wheezing,rash, cough
    Medical management: Identify and avoid food, subcutaneous epinephrine, aminophylines in severe reaction


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