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  1. Two major categories of white blood cells
    • Granulocytes
    • Agranulocytes
  2. Three types of granulocytes
    • Neutrophils
    • Basophils
    • Eosinophils
  3. Three types of Agranulocytes
    • Lymphocytes
    • Monocytes
    • Macrophages
  4. Activated white blood cells
    Phagocytes
  5. Five examples of phagocytes
    • Neutrophils
    • Monocytes
    • Macrophages
    • Dendritic Cells
    • Mast Cells
  6. First defenders against bacterial invasion
    Neutrophils
  7. Synthesize and store histamine and heparin
    Basophils
  8. Prevents blood clotting
    Heparin
  9. Killy by secreting toxic substances
    Eosinophils
  10. Two types of Lymphocytes
    T and B Cells
  11. Phagocytic cells found in the blood and are precursors to macrophages
    Monocytes
  12. Large phagocytic cells found in the walls of blood vessels and loose connective tissue
    Macrophages
  13. Why is red bone marrow is classified as part of the lymphatic system?
    Becuase it contains lymphocytes
  14. Simplest form of lymphatic tissue found on the connective tissue of mucous membranes of:
    GI tract, respiratory passageways, urinary tract, and reproductive tract
  15. A protein produced by B cells in response to the presence of a specific antigen
    Antibody
  16. Enhance phagocytosis, neutralize toxins, and protect fetus and newborns
    IgG
  17. Provide localized protection on mucosal surfaces; levels decrease during stress
    IgA
  18. Effective against microbes by causing lysis
    IgM
  19. May be involved in stimulating antibody-producing cells
    IgD
  20. Involved in allergic reactions
    IgE
  21. Responsible for cellular immunity
    T Cells
  22. Effective against fungi, parasites, intracellular viral infections, cancer cells, and tissue transplants
    T Cells
  23. Cytotoxic T Cells also known as CD8+ T cells
    Killer T Cell
  24. CD4+ T cells
    Helper T Cell
  25. CD8+ Cells that dampen part of the immune response
    Suppressor T Cell
  26. T cells that remain in lymph tissue
    Memory T Cell
  27. What are B Cells responsible for?
    Antibody-mediated immunity
  28. Naturally acquired passive immunity
    • From mother to fetus by placenta
    • From mother to child through breast milk
  29. Artificially acquired passive immunity
    injected quickly after antigen exposure
  30. When some lymphocytes become sensitized aginst self tissue cells
    Autoimmune Disorder
  31. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
    Multiple Sclerosis
    Crohn's Disease
    Rheumatoid arthritis
    These diseases are though to have an autoimmune component
  32. What are autoimmune disorders treated with?
    Immunosupressors that suppress the immune system, so that the disease is restrained
  33. Refrigerated Storage Range
    • 36 - 46 degrees Fahrenheit
    • 2 - 8 degrees Celsius
  34. Frozen Storage Range
    • -4 - 14 degrees Fahrenheit
    • -20 to -10 degrees Celsius
  35. Room Storage Range
    • 68 - 77 degrees Fahrenheit
    • 20 to 25 degrees Celsius
  36. Administration of antigens to the host to induce formation of antibodies
    Active immunization
  37. administration of preformed antibodies against a specific infectious disease
    Passive immunization
  38. Infanrix, Daptacel Adacel, Boostrix
    • Diphtheria
    • Tetanus
    • Acellular Pertussis or DTaP
  39. Rubeola
    German measles
    • MMR II Measles
    • Mumps
    • Rubella
  40. A new live virus product containing measles, mumps, rubella, and varicella virus vaccine
    ProQuad
  41. IPOL
    Polio vaccine, inactivated
  42. OPV
    no longer recommended
  43. Prevnar
    Pneumococcal 7-valent conjugate
  44. Recombivax
    Engerix-B
    Hepatitis B Vaccine
  45. Comvax
    Combination vaccine containing Haemophilus influenzae type b conjufate and Hepatitis B
  46. Havrix
    Vaqta
    Hepatitis A vaccine
  47. Varivax
    Varicella Vaccine
  48. How do you store Varivax?
    Keep Frozen
  49. Fluzone
    Fluvirin
    Fluarix
    Influenza Virus vaccine
  50. FluMist
    Live attenuated influenza vaccine
  51. How do you store FluMist?
    • Shipped Frozen
    • Upon recieval store in a refrigerator at 2 to 8 degrees celsius until used or expiration date is reached.
    • Shelf life is 18 weeks
  52. Menactra
    • Meningococcal Polysacharide Vaccine
    • Groups A, C, Y, and W-135
  53. Pneumovax 23
    Pnuemococcal vaccine 23 valent
  54. Imovax Rabies
    RabAvert
    Rabies vaccine
  55. 5 doses on days 0, 3, 7, 14, and 28. Always give immune globulin as well
    • RabAvert
    • Imovax Rabies
  56. Typhim VI
    Typhoid vaccine
  57. Vivotif
    Typhoid vaccine, oral
  58. YF-Vax
    Yellow Fever Vaccine
  59. JE-Vax
    Japanese Encephalitis vaccine
  60. BioThrax
    Anthrax vaccine
  61. DryVax
    Smallpox vaccine
  62. RotaTeq
    Rotavirus Vaccine, Live-Oral
  63. Special Storage requirements for RotaTeq
    Protect from light
  64. Zostavax
    Herpes Zoster Vaccine
  65. What does Zostavax prevent and what are the special storage requirements?
    • Shingles
    • Freezer
  66. Quadrivalent Human Papillomavirus
    Gardasil
  67. BayGam GammaStan
    Immune Globulin=IG
  68. BayGam GammaStan for IM use only
    ISG= Immune Serum Globulin
  69. Immune Globulin intravenous
    • Gamunex
    • Gamimune N
    • Gammagard SK
  70. BayHepB
    Nabi-HB
    HyperHep B
    Hepatitis B Immun Globulin
  71. BayRab
    Hyperab
    Rabie Immune Globulin
  72. BayTet
    HyperTet
    Tetanus Immune Globulin
  73. Vaccinia Immune Globulin
    smallpox vaccine
  74. CroFab
    Crotalidae Polyvalent Immune Fab
  75. FAVIREPT
    Polyvalent Snake Antivenin-France
  76. SCORPIFAV
    Polyvalent Scorpion Antivenin
  77. These agents must be destroyed in a manner that will kill the agent and prevent contanation
    Live=attenuated
  78. Botulinum toxin type A
    Botox
  79. Bolulinum toxin type B
    Myobloc
  80. Imuran
    Azathioprine
  81. Neoral
    Sandimmune
    Cyclosporine
  82. Prograf
    Tacrolimus
  83. Rapamune
    Sirolimus
  84. CellCept
    Mycophenolate

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