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5 Matching questions

  1. what do inhalants trigger
  2. Oral decongestant agents
    Pseudoephedrine Hydrochloride- Sudafed
  3. IgA
  4. Nasal Steroid Spray and Inhalant
    Beclomethasone dipropionate - Beconase
    Fluticasone propionate- Flonase
    Fluticasone propionate- flovent
  5. Bronchodilating inhaled agent
    Epinephinine- Primatene mist
    Metraproterenol-Alupent
    Ipratropium- Atrovent
    Ipratropium- Spiriva
  1. a Action- Stimulate Adrengic receptors or block chlinergic receptor
    Side effect-Nervousness, tremors, euphoria, palitation, hypertension, dysrhythmias, headache
    Nursing consideration-Monitor BP, and heart rate.
    Caution if client hypertension, heart diease, diabete, cirrhosis. Teach proper uses of inhale
  2. b 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
  3. c Function-prevents entry by revealing structure/ pathway
    Located-saliva, sweat, tears, mucus bile colostrum
  4. d 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. e Asthma

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. cytokine used to regulate various autoimmune and inflammatory disorder
  2. large WBC phagocytic cell in the tissue
    Ex. Lungs, liver,lymph nodes, spleen, and peritoneum
  3. Action- Blocks receptors for Luekotrienes
    Slow-reacting substance of anaphylaxis
    Side effect-Headache, nausea, abdominal upset, flulike symptoms such as fatigue, hepatotoxicity
    Nursing Consideration- Avoid breast feeding
    monitor for infection
    Administer on empty stomach
  4. life threatening reaction that is characterized by Shock, sudden constriction of bronchiolar muscles, edema of the pharynx and larynx, and severe wheezing and shortness of breath. Immediate medical attention is required.
  5. S/S sudden general bright, red rash, itching, fever, malaise, headache, arthralgias. Medical Management: Discontinuation of drug, antihistamines and topical cortisteroids

5 True/False questions

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

          

  2. AnergyCant mount an immune response

          

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

          

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

          

  5. 4 types of common allergens:Allergic rhinitis
    Contact dermatitis
    Dermatitis medicamentosa
    Food allergy
    Urticara
    Angioedema

          

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