A)FeverB)Joint painC)Muscle painD)HyperactivityE)Insomnia 24.A client is experiencing an allergy to a penicillin antibiotic. What immunoglobulin (Ig) will mostdirectly relate to this immune response? 25.A nurse received the seasonal influenza vaccine 10 weeks ago has now been exposed to that strain of the influenza virus. What immunoglobulin will hasten the nurse's immune response to this pathogen? 26.A client states that she was exposed to chicken pox as a child but does not understand Page 5
why that now makes her immune to subsequent infections with the same virus. When explaining to the client, the nurse should describe the actions of what immunoglobulin? 27.Injury to a client's cell membrane has caused the local release of histamine. The nurse should anticipate what effect on the client? A)Increased painB)VasoconstrictionC)Decreases capillary permeabilityD)Inhibition of phagocytosis 28.An adolescent comes to the clinic reporting allergic rhinitis. The adolescent asks the nurse what makes the nose get so stuffy. What is the nurse's bestresponse? 29.A nurse asks a colleague who works in oncology why the body does not phagocytize a tumor. What would be the instructor's bestresponse? 30.A client has tissue injury following the creation of a surgical incision. The nurse realizes that tissue injury will cause the activation of Hageman's factor, leading to subsequent activation of what systems? Select all that apply.
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