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Active Acquired Immunity
The different types of allergic reactions are?
Treatment for the different allergic reactions is?
What would you do with an anaphylactic reaction?
Priorties and Actions for an IVP intravenous pyelogram:
Emergency tx for different types of transfusion reactions - figure out the priorities are for the different types of reactions
A nursing role in regards to heart transplants is?
Immunosuppressive medications are?
Signs of rejections for heart and liver transplants are?
Different types of shock? What would you expect to see and also what you would like to see with allergies?
SLE and systemic lupus arrthymatosis
Everything I need to know about HIV is?
What does ELISA mean? What does it do?
Important things to know bout TB? How should I handle a TB patient?
MAC mycobaterium ...
Herpes virus relates to?
Oral hairy leukoplaskia
Immunocompromise client what is important?
When thinking of an immunocompromise patient what do you expect to see w/ regard to fungal infections?
Cancerous tumor of the connective tissue
Fungal infection - enters through the body from the lungs
White patches or plaque of keratosis
Cancer of the lymphoid tissues, - white blood and B-cells
Yeast fungi of the genus candida on the mucous membranes on the mouth
Hint: Serious patient