5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Superior Vena Cava Syndrome
- Anaphylactic Shock (Medication, Mild response)
- Type AB
- a 1:1,000, 0.2-0.5 ml SQ, repeat @ 20min/intervals
- b No antibodies. Universal receiver.
- c We intervene to decrease progression.
ex:smoking cessation, dietary consultation
- d S/S: edema, stokes sign, dyspnea, erythema, epistaxis (nose bleed) High-dose radiation therapy, Metal stent in vena cava
- e tissue of origin ex: sarcoma=bone
5 Multiple choice questions
- baby receives antibodies from its mother through the placenta and breast milk
- Plasma; antibodies to ABO blood antigens. Highest in initial exposure
- Used primarily in palliative care settings to assess functional abilities at the end of life
0=dead 100=doing good
- Patient experiencing blood transfusion reaction experiances highest levels of what type of immunoglobulin?
- Rapid Hypersensitivity (Humoral)
Can be local or systemic
Allergens inhaled, ingested, contacted or injected
Reaction comes from within.
Reaction involves IgE, mast cells, chemical mediators.
5 True/False questions
HLAs (Human Leukocyte Antigens) → block leukotriene, antiinflammatoryy
Grade II → What type of reaction would Rheumatoid arthritis elicit?
Procrit → What med stimulates growth of RBC's?
Cell Mediated Immunity
(cellular response) → Prevention, Hydration, Drug therapy. cell destruction quickly into blood stream.
IgE (0.002%) → Plasma/Interstitial fluid
Allergies, parasitic infections