5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Disease consequences
- Humoral Immunity
- Type 3 (Hypersensitivity reaction)
- HLAs (Human Leukocyte Antigens)
- IgE (0.002%)
- a specific immunity produced by B cells that produce antibodies that circulate in body fluids
- b Immune-Complex Reactions Humoral (Auto immune)
Involves antigen-antibody complexes.
IgM and IgG involved.
Mediators:Nurtophils, complement lysis
May involve localized or systemic inflammatory response, may be accute or chronic
Treatment:Target the cause of the manifestations
- c Marker to recognize self and non-self
Determine the tissue type of a person
- d Plasma/Interstitial fluid
Allergies, parasitic infections
- e decreased immunity & blood producing functions, altered GI structure and function, motor and sensory deficits, decreased respiratory function
5 Multiple choice questions
- spread of cancer cells beyond their original site in the body
- this results from an excess of ADH (Antidiuretic Hormone). The POSTERIOR pituitary gland continues to release ADH, causing the kidneys to reabsorb excess water, which decreases urine output & increases fluid volume. Client will have hyponatremia, water retention, weight gain, concentrated urine, muscle cramps & weakness. The low osmolality of blood allows fluid to leak out of vessels & causes brain swelling.
- When would urticaria (hives) and transplant rejection?
- an immediate, short term protective response against tissue injury & foreign proteins
The response may occur with or without infection
- vasoconstriction of peripheral blood vessels, relaxation of bronchial smooth muscle
5 True/False questions
Natural Passive Immunity → baby receives antibodies from its mother through the placenta and breast milk
Infection → A response to tissue injury and invasion of organisms
Hypercalcemia → More abnormal, moderate differentation & dysplasia
IgM (8%) → Plasma; antibodies to ABO blood antigens. Highest in initial exposure
Teletherapy → What med is given to stimulate platelet production?