Homeostasis%20Exam%20Review%20Sheet.2008

Homeostasis%20Exam%20Review%20Sheet.2008 - blood type is...

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Homeostasis Exam Review Sheet NUR 214 Spring 2010 1. Know Homeostatic mechanisms: Voluntary and Involuntary how they affect our internal environment. 2. Know what is “Atrophy, Hypertrophy, Hyperplasia, Metaplasia, Dysplasia 3. Know what are positive and negative feedback loops: be able to give examples of each 4. Know the 5 signs of inflammation: why are they present (what happens to make them occur) 5. Know the different WBC’s: Granulocytes, and Agranulocytes; Monocytes and Leukocytes – know their function, when active, etc. 6. Know the three plasma protein systems as discussed in class. 7. Know what a “shift to the left” means. 8. Know what healing by “first intention” and “second intention” means-give examples. 9. Know what a “Keloid” is and why it occurs. 10. Know the normal range for the WBC’s and situations that would cause a elevation or depression in the WBC count. 11. Know what are the different blood types: A,B, AB, and O. Know which
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Unformatted text preview: blood type is called “universal donor” and which one is called “universal recipient” and why. 12. Know the difference between active and passive immunity, be able to give an example 13. Know how certain conditions can affect B-cells or T-cells ( AIDS virus affects which one?) 14. Know the symptoms of systemic inflammation (Increased WBC’s, Fever, etc…) 15. Know the different immunoglobins: (IG-G, IG-A, IG-E, IG-M) 16. Know the different types of gangrene: clinical presentation and location. 17. Know when one might see a elevated ESR: and what does it indicate. 18. Know the definition of “Adaptation”- cite examples of human adaptation. 19. Know hypoxic injury that leads to necrosis- what kinds of conditions are likely to cause it 20. Know how toxic substances can affect tissues (like hemoglobin and carbon monoxide) 21. Know definition of apoptosis 22. Know the four hypersensitivity types ....
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course NUR 214 taught by Professor Criswell during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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