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NR 283 Pathophysiology Exam 2 Study Guide Chapter 8 1. Psoriasis 2. HSV I and HSV II 3. HPV  Predisposing factor: Cancer  Cervical 4. Fungal infections  Athletes foot 5. Scabies ... POOP 6. Contact dermatitis 7. Hansen’s disease Chapter 13 1. Respiratory mucosa (where is it located)  Starts in nares and ends in the avoli  Respiratory mucosa is CONTINUOUS 2. Chemoreceptors  Purpose 3. Characteristics of sputum and what variations represent 4. Laryngotracheobronchitis  CROUP  what causes it? 5. Tuberculosis  Types  S&S 6. Cystic Fibrosis (seven questions)  KNOW EVERYTHING 7. Bronchogenic carcinoma 8. Malignant neoplasms  Predisposing factors 9. Aspiration  Obstructed 10. Chronic bronchitis  Effects 11. Asthma and how it relates to Tuberculosis  People with asthma will NOT LIKELY develop TB 12. Influenza  Types  S&S 13. CPAP and what it does 14. Hemoptysis Chapter 10 1. Vitamin K 2. ABO  Know blood types  What antibodies are present (A=A, B=B, O=NONE) 3. Iron deficiency anemias 4. Sickle cell anemia  Cause 5. Leukemia AML and Chromosome  Predisposing factors 6. Anemias = deficiency to carry O2  Table 10.2  etiology column Chapter 12 1. Atrioventricular valves 2. Stroke volume and compensative mechanisms  Decrease in output and stroke volume = increase of HR 3. Preload 4. Coronary arteries origin 5. Cardiac output  includes: amount of blood ejected from the ventricles in one minute  CO = SV ´ HR (heart rate)  All terms on PowerPoint slide #17 6. Causes of Angina 7. Cigarette smoking and CAD  Risk factor because: promotes platelet aggregation 8. LDL  What it promotes if untreated: ATHROMA 9. MI  Pathophysiology  TOTAL OCCULTION  Early signs: Chest pain, SOB, nausea  Most common cause: Atherosclerosis involving thrombosis 10. Calcium channel blockers  Contractility, reduce contractions of heart  Increase cardiac output 11. Left-sided congestive heart failure cause:  Uncontrolled primary essential hypertension 12. Types of blocks  PowerPoint slide 54 13. Delay from SA node to AV node:  Allows ventricle fill complete before contraction 14. Arteries to FIRST branch off of aorta: CORNARY Art. 15. Congestive Heart Failure: inability of the heart to pump blood to meet the demand of the body. [Show More]

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