5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Hydrostatic Pressure
- Is shock reversible?
- Patho of Pulmonary Thromboembolism
- Hyperemia (erythema)
- a early stages of shock are reversible and treatable. in the early stages, peripheral vasoconstriction helps compensate for hypoperfusion. the central pooling redirects blood to vital organs. if untreated, can cause death.
- b excess fluid in the interstital spaces of the body
- c deep venous thrombi is usual cause; often following immobilization, i.e. bed rest from hospitalization
- d increased inflow into a vessel; i.e. exercise, inflammation
- e major factors PUSHING fluid out of vessel
5 Multiple choice questions
- emobilzation to small distal vessels in lung may cause ischemic necrosis of tissue infarct
- white; organs with single blood supply
- loss of peripheral vascular tone and pooling of blood in dilated peripheral blood vessels
- decreased outflow of a vessel; i.e. local obstruction, congestive heart failure
- major factors KEEPING fluid in vessel
5 True/False questions
5 types of embolisms → Thrombi, fat, amniotic fluid, foreign substances, and bone marrow
Paradoxical emboli → loss of peripheral vascular tone and pooling of blood in dilated peripheral blood vessels
Cardiogenic shock → pump failure; i.e. secondary to MI, conduction block or arrythmia, myocarditis or valvular heart disease
Infarction → ischemic necrosis of tissue distal to an area of arterial occulsion or in an area of obstructed venous outflow
Disseminated Vascular Coagulation → 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.