5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Cardiogenic shock
- Congestion (cyanosis/hypoxia)
- 3 causes of hypotonic shock
- Disseminated Vascular Coagulation
- a constriction of the renal cortical vessels reduces GFR. results in renal output.
- b Allergen (bee sting), neurogenic (spinal cord, pain from trauma), and bacterial endotoxins (septic shock)
- c decreased outflow of a vessel; i.e. local obstruction, congestive heart failure
- d pump failure; i.e. secondary to MI, conduction block or arrythmia, myocarditis or valvular heart disease
- e a sudden onset of fibrin thrombi in the microcirculation with consumption of coagulation factors and formation of fibrin degradation products. Potential complication with widespread of thrombin.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- adherent masses of blood that have areas of pale alternating with areas of red - lines of zahn
- major factors PUSHING fluid out of vessel
- deep venous thrombi is usual cause; often following immobilization, i.e. bed rest from hospitalization
- hypoperfusion of tissues; the circulatory system can no longer supply nutrients and oxygen to peripheral tissues.
- excess fluid in the interstital spaces of the body
5 True/False Questions
Infarction → ischemic necrosis of tissue distal to an area of arterial occulsion or in an area of obstructed venous outflow
Oncotic (albumin) → white; organs with single blood supply
4 Arterial Thrombi outcome → adherent masses of blood that have areas of pale alternating with areas of red - lines of zahn
Hyperemia (erythema) → loss of blood volume; i.e. hemorrhages, water loss from burns, vomitting/diarrhea
Pumonary Infarct → hemorrhagic; organs with dual blood supply; soft aerated tissues