5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- 5 types of embolisms
- Hypotonic shock
- Hydrostatic Pressure
- a constriction of the renal cortical vessels reduces GFR. results in renal output.
- b major factors PUSHING fluid out of vessel
- c loss of peripheral vascular tone and pooling of blood in dilated peripheral blood vessels
- d Thrombi, fat, amniotic fluid, foreign substances, and bone marrow
- e excess fluid in the interstital spaces of the body
5 Multiple choice questions
- increased inflow into a vessel; i.e. exercise, inflammation
- when early shock fails: hypotension occurs, BP and CO fall. Tachypnea and SOB lead to heart failure and pulmonary edema causing anoxia, lead to ARDS.
- ischemic necrosis of tissue distal to an area of arterial occulsion or in an area of obstructed venous outflow
- -early of compensated shock
-decompensated, but reversible shock
- hypoperfusion of tissues; the circulatory system can no longer supply nutrients and oxygen to peripheral tissues.
5 True/False questions
Anemic infarct → hemorrhagic; organs with dual blood supply; soft aerated tissues
Oncotic (albumin) → white; organs with single blood supply
Pumonary Infarct → hemorrhagic; organs with dual blood supply; soft aerated tissues
Pathology of shock → pump failure; i.e. secondary to MI, conduction block or arrythmia, myocarditis or valvular heart disease
Embolism → mixed acidosis occurs. result of renal, anaerobic glycolosis, and respiratory insufficiency.