Test Answers on immune system

ATI Immune Test

A nurse is planning an education program about testicular cancer for a group of male adolescents. Which of the following information should the nurse include? A. Testicular cancer is more common in men older than 65. B. With early treatment, the survival is 50% C. Examine your testicles immediately after showering. D. Schedule a yearly […]

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Childhood Immunizations

What age are most vaccines givens? 2 months What is MMR? measles, mumps, rubella How long do vaccines last? 10 years Rubella is also known as what? German measles Which diseases are caused by coughing, sneezing, etc.? measles, mumps, rubella, pertussis, and varicella (chickenpox) What are the concerns of the MMR vaccine? autism What are […]

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transplantation immunology

what cells do class I and II MHC present antigen to? class I presents antigen from endogenous cells to CD8, class II presents antigen from exogenous cells to CD4 what is MHC restriction? peptide antigen is recognized by T cells in the context of class I or II MHC where are class I and II […]

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Therapeutics Rheumat/Immun Witt

Rheumatoid Arthritis is what type of Hypersensitivity Reaction? Type III Immune-Complex Reaction Rheumatoid Factor (RF or RhF) An Autoantibody against the Fc portion of IgG They bind together to form immune complexes which contribute to the disease process Not everyone has detectable RF Pannus The inflamed, proliferating synovium characteristic of rheumatoid arthritis The pannus eventually […]

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Therapeutics Immuno Hecht

Most important cells in Allograft Rejection T-cells (CD4+ and CD8+) Activity largely mediated by IL-2 (see Witt’s lecture) ; Minor Histocompatibility Antigens Not used for matching Can lead to rejection — this is the reason MHC-matched, non-identical individuals require immunosuppression Matching Organ Donors HLA matching (increases “cold ishcemia time”, primarily done in kidney transplants, not […]

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primary immunodeficiencies

what is the principal consequence of immunodeficiency? increased susceptibility to infection. a secondary immunodeficiency is increased CA risk what can immunodeficiencies result from? immunodeficiencies can result from defects in: lymphocyte maturation, lymphocyte activation, and defects in effector mechanisms (innate and adaptive) can pts with certain immunodeficiencies be at risk for autoimmunity? yes, pts with certain […]

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Ch. 21: The Immune System

question A graft from a monkey to a human is an example of an allograft. answer False question The mechanism of the “lethal hit” of cytoxic T cells and NK cells involves a protein called perforin. answer True question Cellular ingestion and destruction of particulate matter is called phagocytosis. answer True question The respiratory burst […]

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ATI IMMUNE SYSTEM – Pharm

question When caring for a patient who is taking flutamide to treat prostate cancer, the health care professional should monitor the patient for which of the following adverse effects of the drug? Dehydration Gynecomastia Constipation Tachycardia answer Gynecomastia : Flutamide, an androgen receptor blocker, treats early and metastatic prostate cancer. It can cause gynecomastia, or […]

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NUR334 Immunity, ATI Review

question You’re about to administer cisplatin to a patient who has ovarian cancer. Before beginning the infusion, you should take which of the following actions? (Select all that apply.) Infuse 1 to 2 L of IV fluid. Check the patient’s peripheral pulses. Administer an antiemetic. ​Evaluate the patient’s hearing. Determine the patient’s weight. answer Infuse […]

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ATI The Immune System

question A health care professional should understand that raltegravir (Isentress) treats patients who have which of the following? answer Resistant HIV disease This drug should be given along with other antiretroviral drugs. question When considering drug therapy options for a patient who has metastatic breast cancer that is positive for human epidermal growth factor receptor […]

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Ch. 6 The Lymphatic and Immune Systems

question acquired immunodeficiency syndrome answer AIDS, is the most advanced, and fatal, stage of an HIV infection question allergen answer A substance that produces an allergic reaction in an individual question anaphylaxis answer aka systemic reaction, is a severe response to an allergen. The symptons of this response can develop quickly. Without medical aid, the […]

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Innate Immunity: inflammation questions

question Which action is a purpose of the inflammatory process? answer To prevent infection of the injured tissue question How do surfactant proteins A through D provide innate resistance? answer Promote phagocytosis question Which secretion is a first line of defense against pathogen invasion that involves antibacterial and antifungal fatty acids, as well as lactic […]

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Prep Drug Therapy 10th Edition Chapter 9:

question A client is suspected of having impaired erythropoiesis. This client is most likely to exhibit signs and symptoms associated with what health problem? answer question A client, currently prescribed epoetin alfa, has recent blood work that reveals a hemoglobin level of 12.8 g/dL. What action does this assessment finding necessitate regarding the epoetin alfa? […]

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Immune System ATI- posttest & drills

question DRILL 1: You’re about to administer *cisplatin* to a patient who has ovarian cancer. Before beginning the infusion, you should take which of the following *actions*? (Select all that apply.) a. Infuse 1 to 2 L of IV fluid. b. Check the patient’s peripheral pulses. c. Administer an antiemetic. d. ​Evaluate the patient’s hearing. […]

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ATI Pharma The Immune System

question A health care professional should understand that raltegravir (Isentress) treats patients who have which of the following? answer Resistant HIV disease question When considering drug therapy options for a patient who has metastatic breast cancer that is positive for human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2), the health care professional should choose which of […]

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NCLEX 3000-IMMUNE

question (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY) A client has undergone total gastrectomy due to stomach cancer. Which nursing interventions are necessary for this client immediately after surgery? answer (3) Observe the wound for redness, swelling, and warmth, (4) Encourage incentive spirometry use every hour during the client’s waking hours., (5) Administer opioid analgesics as prescribed. question […]

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Lab 5: Lymphatic and and immune systems

question Tear and mucus membranes would be a part of which defense system? adaptive defenses innate internal defenses innate external defenses answer innate external defenses question phagocytic cells such as macrophages identify a variety of enemies by recognizing markers unique to pathogens. They would be classified as which type of defense system? innate internal defenses […]

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Ch.14 – Lymphatic & Immune Sytems

question acquired immunity answer Production of antibodies and lymphocytes after exposure to an antigen. Supposedly antibodies from the mother are acquired immunity question cytokines answer Proteins that aid and regulate the immune response. Examples are interferons and interleukins. question immunotherapy answer use of immune cells, antibodies, or vaccines to treat or prevent disease. question interferons […]

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Chapter 16 Disorders Associated with the Immune System

question All of the following are true of hypersensitivity EXCEPT A) it occurs in the presence of an antigen. B) it is synonymous with “allergy.” C) it occurs when an individual is exposed to an allergen for the first time. D) it is due to an altered immune response. E) it requires previous exposure to […]

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Chapter 21 Immune system

question Area where B cells become immunocompetent answer C) Bone marrow question Area where T cells become immunocompetent answer B) Thymus question Area where activated immunocompetent B & T cells recirculate answer E) Blood capillaries question Area seeded by immunocompetent B & T cells answer D) Lymph nodes question Area where antigen challenge and clonal […]

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CH 28 WEEK 8 LYMPHATIC & IMMUNE SYSTEM

question IMMUNE SYSTEM answer -responsible for protecting the body against bacteria, viruses, fungi, toxins, parasites, and cancer -works with organs of lymphatic system, thymus, spleen, and lymph nodes, to clear body of these disease causing agents question LYMPHATIC SYSTEM answer -network of connecting vessels that collects fluid between cells -picks up lipids from digestive organs […]

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