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  1. Oral Corticosteroids
    Dexamthasone- decadron
    Hydrocortisone- Cortef
    Methylprednisolone- Medrol
  2. 3. Passive immunity
  3. Oral or Parenteral Sympathomimetic Agent
    Epinephinine- Adrenalin chloride
    Theophyline- TheoDur- Elixophylin
    Theophyline- Aminophylin
  4. 1. Naturally Acquired Active Immunity
  5. Ingestant
  1. a Action- Regulate immune response; control inflammatory response
    Side effect- Euphoria, insomia, GI irritation, increased appetite, weight gain hyperglycemia
    Nursing consideration- taper when discontinuing; abrupt discontinuation may cause acute renal insufficiency. give in morning with food. Assess for peripheral edema
  2. b A directed result of infection by a microorganism.
    Ex. Immunity to measle after being infected
  3. c Ex. food, drugs(esp. penicillin)
    common reaction: Gastroenteropathy, dermatitis, asthma, anaphylaxis, urticara, angioedema, serum sickness
  4. d Action- Act on alpha and beta receptor
    Side effect- Nausea, anxiety, restlessness, headache, trembling, tachycardia, hypertension, increased urination, increased gastric secretions
    Nursing consideration- Caution clients with gastric or peptic ulcer disease,CHF, Hyperthyroidism, seizure disorder. Monitor VS regularly. Give with food
  5. e ready made antibodies are given to susceptible person. Providing immediate short lived protection

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. watery, increased nasal and bronchial secretion, sneezing, vomiting, and diarrhea
    Additional symptoms: hives (urticaria) itching, localized redness of the eyes.
  2. Action- Blocks receptors for Luekotrienes
    Slow-reacting substance of anaphylaxis
    Side effect-Headache, nausea, abdominal upset, flulike symptoms such as fatigue, hepatotoxicity
    Nursing Consideration- Avoid breast feeding
    monitor for infection
    Administer on empty stomach
  3. Action- Stimulate Adrengic receptors or block chlinergic receptor
    Side effect-Nervousness, tremors, euphoria, palitation, hypertension, dysrhythmias, headache
    Nursing consideration-Monitor BP, and heart rate.
    Caution if client hypertension, heart diease, diabete, cirrhosis. Teach proper uses of inhale
  4. 1.Neutralizing toxins
    2. Linking together-agglutination
    3. Precipitation or becoming solid
  5. Action- vasoconstrict nasal membranes
    Side effect- Headeache, transient nasal burning, sneezing, epistaxis, rebound nasal congestion
    Nursing consideration- Advise to pump spray 3 to 4 time before first use one to two times before each use. Afrin should not be used longer than 3 to 5 days in a row

5 True/False questions

  1. IgMFunction-Clusters antigen and dissolves cell
    Located-intravascular serum


  2. macrophagesgranulocytes protect the body by ingesting and digesting bacteria and foreign substance


  3. Allgeric disorderS/S: Sneezing, itching, nasal congestion, watery nasal discharge, itching and eye redness
    Medical management: Antihistamines, nasal decongestant,corticosteriods nasal spray, immunotherapy, allergen avoidance, eye drops


  4. Allergenis the antigen that can cause an allgergic response


  5. Anaphylactic reaction Severe :A hyperimmune response to weak antigens, usually harmless


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