5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- CD4 Cells
- portal HTN
- HIV wasting syndrome
- AMP B (wrap in foil)
- a this is the Tx for histoplasmosis and you cannot give this drug with foscavir
- b these cells regulate the immune system
- c these are meds given for cryptococcosis meningitis
- d wt loss of 10% of body wt and weakness diaherrea or fever for over then 30 days
- e blood flow through liver inhibites blood to back up in portal vein causing this, and distention esphogeal veins, the TX is a portal venous shunt and indural
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- muscle and bone change usually brown or black with escar present. Full thickness
- this will happen if you get burned on the trunk and or face.
- this is the Highest priority with some with HIV and or AIDS
- anterior trunk and posterior trunk
- this is what a patient with a burn is in. they also have fluid volume loss and their wounds don't heal well.
5 True/False Questions
autograft → cadaver within 6-24 hours after death
nutrition for a burn pt → 1.produces and secretes bile, converts glucose to glycogen for storage, metabolizes hormones, breaksdown nitrogenous waste to urea, incorporates amino acids to proteins to make albumin, filters blood and destroys bacteria, produces heparin, produces prothrombin and fibrogen, stores vitamin b12 and fat soluable vitamins, detoxifies poisonous substances from body these are all what?
heterograft → skin from an animal product such as a pig
tuberculosis → this is the number one concern with people with burns
rule of 9's → this is the Highest priority with some with HIV and or AIDS