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Hca240_appendix_c[1] - to the germs certain cells destroy these germs Polymorph then moves closer to the bacteria and destroys the phagocytosis

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Axia College Material Appendix C Immune Response and Hypersensitivity Puncture Wound Multimedia Activity After completing the Puncture Wound Multimedia Activity, complete the table below. List the four events of the inflammatory response covered in the activity in the order of occurrence. Rewrite the events in your own words, using vocabulary terms from Ch. 2 of the text. Vascular Events in an Inflammatory Response Events Simplified description of event Professional description of event 1 st Germs from the nail are introduced below the skin The skin is broken by the puncture of the nail. This allows pathogens to enter the wound. 2 nd Surrounding cells leak fluid that affects the blood vessels. Bacteria enters the wound and quickly multiplies, 3 rd The fluid affecting the surrounding blood vessels causes the release of other cells into tissue, All of the cells that were injured release histamines. 4 th As the wounded part of the body reacts
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Unformatted text preview: to the germs, certain cells destroy these germs. Polymorph then moves closer to the bacteria and destroys the phagocytosis. Hypersensitivity Give a brief description and example in your own words for each of the four types of hypersensitivity presented in Ch. 2. Hypersensitivity Matrix Type of Hypersensitivity Description Example Type I: Allergic/Anaphylactic Severe allergic reaction that affects the whole body and can cause a drop in your blood pressure and closing of your airways. Bee stings or allergic reaction to medications. Type II: Cytotoxic/Cytolytic A drug allergy that can reduce your blood platelets anddestroy your red blood cells. Penicillin Type III: Immune Complex Clusters of antigens and antibodies that form a network of molecules Malaria, viral hepatitis here. Type IV: Cell-mediated/Delayed An allergy that takes two or three days to develop. Poison ivy HCA 240...
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2010 for the course HCA 240 taught by Professor Agnessamaniego during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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