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6 Multiple choice questions

  1. Oz
    IV & IVFs
    Possible intubation
    Epi
    Antihistamines
    Corticosteriods
  2. Cytotoxic
    Immune system identifies a normal part of the body as foriegn
    Causes- hemolytic transfusion reactions, IgG or IgM to cell-bound antigen
    Types- Goodpastures, Pernicious anemia, myasthenia gravis, thrombocytopenia
  3. Done if + indirect coombs or transfusion reaction occured
  4. Measures amount of IgE directed towards specific antigens
  5. Hypersensitvity-Altered immune response to an antigen that causes harm to a person
    Allergy- Antigen is enviornmental or exogenous
    Allergen- what causes hypersensitivity reaction
  6. Sense of foreboding
    Light headed
    Itchy palms or scalp
    Hives
    Angioedema of face, lips, tongue, feet, or genitals
    Laryngeal edema with impaired breathing
    Bronchial constriction
    Air hunger
    Stridor
    Wheezing
    Barking cough

6 True/False questions

  1. Classification of Hypersensitivity ReactionsHypersensitvity-Altered immune response to an antigen that causes harm to a person
    Allergy- Antigen is enviornmental or exogenous
    Allergen- what causes hypersensitivity reaction

          

  2. Skin TestDetects hypersensitivity reactions
    *Puncture, intradermal, scratch, food allergy
    *Increased risk for anaphylactic response

          

  3. Indirect Coombs TestDone if + indirect coombs or transfusion reaction occured

          

  4. Type IIIImmune complex (IgM & IgG)
    Circulating immune complexes deposited in body tissue
    Local inflammation & cell wall damage
    *persistent infections- edocarditism acute glomerulonephritis
    *Auto antibodies- rhematoid arthritis, systemic lupis

          

  5. AnaphylaxisOz
    IV & IVFs
    Possible intubation
    Epi
    Antihistamines
    Corticosteriods

          

  6. Type IVCell mediated, delayed hypersensitivity
    T-cells sensitized to prev antigen
    Sensitized t-cells initiate inflammatory response
    Damage to surrounding tissue
    *TB skin test, contact dermatitis, graft vs host, transplant rejection