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6 Multiple choice questions

  1. Hyper-responsivenes (allergies, aunto-immune DO, Reaction to organ/tissue transplant)
    Impaired Immune Response (AIDS, HIV, Immunodeficieny DO)
  2. Rh & Type
    Prior to transfusions
  3. Type I- anaphylactic
    Type II- Cytotoxic
    Type III- immune complex-mediated
    Type IV- Delayed
    Latex
    *Or immediate, delayed, anaphylactic, contact
  4. Detects presense of circulation antibodies against RBC
    Normal to not have agglunation
    Part of cross & match
    (Blood & trasnfusion blood mixed-reaction??)
  5. Done if + indirect coombs or transfusion reaction occured
  6. Immune 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

6 True/False questions

  1. Type ICytotoxic
    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

          

  2. Skin TestIgE mediated hypersensitivity
    An allergen interacts with IgE bound to mast cells
    Histamine released
    If its potent-sytemic reactions

          

  3. Type IIIgE mediated hypersensitivity
    An allergen interacts with IgE bound to mast cells
    Histamine released
    If its potent-sytemic reactions

          

  4. Tx of AnaphylaxisVasodilation
    Increased cap permeability
    Smooth muscle contraction
    Bronchial constriction

          

  5. Manifestations of Type IAllergic Asthma
    Allergic rhinitis
    Hives
    Anaphylatic shock

          

  6. 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