Answer B a Salivation becomes thinner b Salivation decreases c The pH of saliva

Answer b a salivation becomes thinner b salivation

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Answer: B a. Salivation becomes thinner b. Salivation decreases c. The pH of saliva changes d. Digestive enzymes are inhibited 6.A student asks why carbon monoxide causes tissue damage. What response by the professor is best? 7. A healthcare professional is caring for a patient who has a delay in electrical activity reaching the ventricle as seen on ECG. What ECG finding would the healthcare professional associate with this problem?
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8.Renal failure is the most common cause of which type of hyperparathyroidism? 9.What is one function of the tumor cell marker? Answer: D a. To provide a definitive diagnosis of cancerb. To treat certain types of cancer c. To predict where cancer will develop d. To scree individuals at high risk for cancer 10.A patient is in the hospital has hypernatremia. What condition should the healthcare professional assess for?
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11.A patient has portal hypertension-induced splenomegaly. Which lab value would the healthcare professional associate with this condition? 12.Under anaerobic conditions, what process provides energy for the cell? 13. A healthcare professional is educating a patient about asthma. The professional states that good control is necessary due to which pathophysiologic process? Answer: B a. Norepinephrine causes bronchial smooth muscle contraction and mucus secretion but it also causes high blood pressure. b. Uncontrolled inflammation leads to increased bronchial hyperresponsiveness and eventual scarring.
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