In a pt having an anaphylactic reaction, the first priority is ____.
Breast milk passes ______ immunity to an infant
Mast cells are ____.
What antibody is responsible for histamine release?
The ____ filters blood and produces specific immunoglobulins
_____ fight parasitic infections
____ immunity is present at birth
carry anaphylactic kit
What should you teach a pt that has a hx of anaphylactic reactions?
When assisting pt rec'g whole blood, pt complains of chills, bp drops, you would suspect he has _____ reaction
The most important nursing implication for an immunodeficient pt
fresh fruits and vegetables
A pt that has just had an organ transplant can't have these
Common factors that compromise immune system do not include _____.
This function does not remove microorganisms from body
Whicht antibody mediated immunity is initiated when IG on b cells detect foreign antigens
Cell mediated immunity, t-cells do not divide into which of the following: Killer, Helpers, Suppression, Memory, Plasma
Shift to _____ on CBC means the percentage of WBC's that are neutrophils are greater than 60%
Person with system allergic reaction to latex, should you use a standard bp cuff?
Preparing pt for discharge with lupus, pt teaching includes use of daily _____
22 yo female has complaints similar to LUPUS - would include ______ pains in the hands
In a ______ you should check the site for 2 days for signs of swelling
Bright red itchy rash on trunk after penicillin - give ______
stay with pt and have someone call 911
At a party, person eats peanuts and has resp problems, edema, arthralgia. What should you do?
Pt with liver transplant, early s/s of rejection would include ______
a chronic progressive incurable disease affecting MS system and all the major organs
RNA to DNA
Reverse transcriptase inhibitors transcribe _____
____ is diagnosed when CD4 cells drop to 200
What organs are at highest risk in lupus
____is the second leading cause of death in aids pts
Temporary goal for autoimmune goal is to _____
stop the infusion
If a pt is having a Type 2 hypersensitivity reaction to a blood transfusion, what should you do?
Pt in ____ stage of hiv infection - cd4 count of 500
Does immune disease cause injuries through action of synthesized b-cells?
Initial Hashimoto's thyroiditis manifestations would not include _____
Aids pt is at highest risk for infection because of the loss of _____ cells
check pt's name band
When administering blood transfusion, the first priority is _____
Person on steroids for immunosuppression - would not have _____
PCP and Kaposi Sarcoma
2 most common opportunistic infections in AIDS pts
primary function of this organ is to filter microorganisms from the blood
Lupus does not occur in women in _____
Are leukocytes phagocytic?
natural acquired active
Chicken pox is ______ immunity
Does coronary disease cause immunodeficiency?
ineffective medication regime
First nursing diagnosis priority for pt with AIDS is?
Cat b symptom in aids pt is _____
take otc medications
Pt with kidney transplant on immunosups for life, what should you tell them not to do?
Type___hypersensitivity reaction occurs after exposure to antigen
In addition to hand washing, nurse must use ____ when changing a bandage on aids pt
LUPUS pt dx will not include _____
Aids pt (does or does not) always result in death in 1-12 years
Post op hip surgery - day 1 on morphine - pt has itching with no redness - give _____ to combat reaction
Which disease process would require use of daily sunscreen?
SOB after taking contrast dye, what should the nurse do
Acute exacerbation of lupus - _____ eliminates lupus autoantibodies from blood
HIV and cofactors
What causes AIDs?
Most common opportunistic disease in HIV pt is ------?
MG pt - What procedure would you avoid due to aspiration risk
Monitoring pt with RA does not include ____ syndrome
a chronic progressive disease characterized by chronic fatigue and muscular weakness (especially in the face and neck)
What test is used to confirm MG?
ANA test is 95% positive in pt with ____
Pt with aids, started on AZT and retrovir - What test would you monitor?
Pt teaching for MG - requires ____ diet.
Pt with herpes simplex, topical medication would be a________.
Factors that affect Immune response - does not include _____ being at higher risk
Pt with muscle weakness, diff swallowing, and resp distress, dx with cholinergic crisis - what would you give pt?
Pt rec'g blood, starts to feel strange and bp drops, has a transfusion reaction of which kind?
Take blood, urine and tubing to lab
What should you do after transfusion reaction
what treats MERSA?
Vaccines are given to children in _____ because they need 1st one to get started and the next one is a booster
more prone to infections, avoid sick people
Kidney transplant from sister - pt teaching would include that immunosuppressants will make her ______ and she should _____
steriods, nsaids, salicylates
What is used to treat a pt with RA?
decrease inflammation, relieve pain, maintain mobility
RA therapy would include what three things?
clumping of antibodies
Mismatched blood in a transfusion reaction - causes ________________-.
Loss of _____ places AIDS pt at greater risk for infection
Immune system does not include _____ (bone marrow, liver, tonsils are included)
skin test and elimination diet
Two ways to identify allergies
Pt with sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes has _____?
Antibodies are a kind of _____
Pt with MG, assessment doesn't include _____
MG pts are at high risk for____?
Most common med for AIDs?
Match transplant tissues by ____
leukopenic affects of med
Pt with aids, has PCP infection rec'g pentam 300 develops a fever of 101 - indicates another infection caused by _______
Induced by sulfamide, thiazide diuretics, sulfalomines, quinidine, gold and chlorpropamide
Pts with ____ are at high risk for developing ITP.
What is the treatment for ITP?
what is the main treatment for TTP?
A nurse suspects a pt with ____ of having TTP.