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NR507 Final Exam Study Guide (Version 1) / NR 507 Week 8 Final Exam Study Guide (New 2021): Advanced Pathophysiology: Chamberlain College of Nursing Reproductive: Endometrial cycle (menstrual cycle)... and the occurrence of ovulation Uterine prolapse Polycystic ovarian syndrome Testicular cancer and conditions that increase risk Symptoms that require evaluation for breast cancer Signs of premenstrual dysphoric disorder Dysfunctional uterine bleeding Pathophysiology of prostate cancer HPV and the development of cervical cancer Endocrine: Body’s process for adapting to high hormone levels Cushing’s Syndrome Causes of hypoparathyroidism Lab results that point to primary hypothyroidism Pathophysiology of thyroid storm Signs of thyrotoxicosis Neurological: Dermatomes Substance release at the synapse Spondylolysis Location of the motor and sensory areas of the brain Pathophysiology of cerebral infarction Excitotoxins Agnosia Accumulation of blood in a subarachnoid hemorrhage Most common cause of meningitis Genitourinary: Diet and the prevention of prostate cancer Impact of Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH) on the urinary system Genetics: The role of DNA in genetics Transcription Effects of genetic mutations Trisomy Down Syndrome Klinefelter syndrome Diseases that have multifactorial traits Multifactorial inheritance Duchenne muscular dystrophy Neurofibromatosis Musculoskeletal: Ions that initiate muscle contraction Growth of long bones in children Bones belonging to the appendicular skeleton Immunity/Inflammation: How vaccines are formed Populations at risk for getting systemic fungal infections and parasitic infections Systemic manifestations of infection Mechanisms responsible for the increase in antimicrobial resistance worldwide Functions of normal flora in the body Desensitization therapy Cells involved in “left shift” in the WBC count differential Forms of immunity Major histocompatibility class I antigens Inflammatory chemicals blocked by anti-inflammatory drugs Characteristics of acute phase reactant C-reactive protein Dermatology: Process by which a deep pressure ulcer heals Complications of the development of contractures during wound healing Acid/Base: Causes of respiratory alkalosis Molecules that act as buffers in the blood Cardiovascular: Most common cardiac valve disease in women When myocardial ischemia may be reversible Symptoms of stable angina Orthostatic hypotension Isolated systolic hypertension Results of sustained controlled hypertension The relationship of insulin resistance on the development of primary hypertension Defects in the normal secretion of natriuretic hormones and the impact on renal system Effects of increased sympathetic nervous system activity due to primary hypertension Complications of unstable plaque in the coronary arteries Forms of dyslipidemia associated with the development of the fatty streak in atherosclerosis Events that initiate the process of atherosclerosis Signs and symptoms of increased left atrial and pulmonary venous pressures in left sided heart failure Differences between left and right sided heart failure Infective endocarditis Peripheral vascular disease: Pathophysiology of deep vein thrombosis Virchow’s triad Hematology: Physiological response to hypoxia in anemia Populations at the highest risk for developing folate deficiency anemia Causes of iron deficiency anemia Expected lab test results found in long standing iron deficiency anemia Sickle Cell Anemia Causes of aplastic anemia Underlying pathophysiologic mechanisms leading to autoimmune hemolytic anemia Secondary polycythemia Anemia of chronic renal failure Fluid and Electrolytes: Conditions that result in pure water deficit (hypertonic volume depletion) Osmoreceptors that stimulate thirst and the release of ADH Causes of hypernatremia Effects of increased aldosterone Dependent edema Definition of isotonic Principle of capillary oncotic pressure Types of fluid compartments in the body Pulmonary: Most effective measure to prevent pulmonary embolus from developing in patients When the practitioner will note tactile fremitus Cause of acute airway obstruction in the patient with chronic bronchitis Types of pneumothorax Results of the loss of alph-1-antitrypsin in emphysema The result of loss of surfactant in ARDS Characteristics of Cheyne-Stokes respirations Shock: Causes of hypovolemic shock How the body maintains glucose levels during shock NR 507 Week 8 Final Exam [Show More]

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