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5 Matching questions

  1. neutrophils
  2. platelets
  3. plague
  4. necrosis
  5. arteries
  1. a tissue death
  2. b caused by Yersenia pestis, 2 different forms: Bubonic- swollen lymph nodes, septicemia, and death in 1 wk. Pneumonic: lung infection, septicemia, and death in 3 days. transferred by rats and fleas; treatment with antibiotics
  3. c carry blood away from the heart
  4. d phagocytes (eaters)
  5. e blood clotters

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. caused by Frabcisella tularecis, symptoms: sores, swollen lymph nodes, septicemia, pneumonia; treatment: streptomycin
  2. interupted blood supply
  3. caused by Rickettsasis; Transferred by insects, attacks endothelial cells; symptoms: fever, rash, kidney, and heart failure. Treatment with tetracycline or Chloraphenic
  4. small vessels that connect capillaries to veins
  5. AKA- childbirth fever, strep infection of the uterus; tx with penecillin

5 True/False questions

  1. Chagascaused by trypanodium cruzi; transferred from wild animals> kissing bugs> humans. Travels from Blood to the organs; causes them to swell or shut down; treatment- Nifrutimax

          

  2. Toxoplasmosiscaused by Protozoans; transferred by cats and their litter. Mild symptoms in children and adults, can cause fetal damage; treated pyrimethamine

          

  3. endocarditisinflammation of the endocardium, symptoms: fever, anemia, weakness and heart murmur

          

  4. septicemiabacteria growing in the blood, can cause shock

          

  5. RBCshave a biconcave shape, no nucleus, filled with hemoglobin which has Fe atomsd that carry O2