Pathophysiology

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Directions: Answer the following questions accurately. To ensure accuracy, all answers must be looked up and citedappropriately from your textbook or another reputable resource. You must cite your answer in every question with a page number. A reference list must be included on the final page of this document.

  • Define and list clinical manifestations of syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH).
    • What labs value imbalances (Sodium, ADH, etc.) will be observed in a client diagnosed with SIADH?
  • In your own words using 1-2 sentences, describe the pathophysiology (etiology, pathogenesis, & clinical manifestations) of polycythemia.
  • In your own words using 1-2 sentences, describe the pathophysiology (etiology, pathogenesis, & clinical manifestations) of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS).
  • What is the etiology of exercise-induced asthma? What changes occur in the airway that lead to an exercise-induced asthma exacerbation?
  • Compare and contrast Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus using the below table.
  • What is the etiology of cardiogenic shock? What kind of diseases can cause it to occur?
  • In your own words using 1-2 sentences, describe the etiology and pathogenesis of multiple sclerosis (MS).
  • Immunity Types:
    • Describe passive immunity, including artificial versus natural.
    • List 4 examples of passive immunity.
    • Describe active immunity, including artificial versus natural.
    • List 4 examples of active immunity.
  • What is meningitis?
  • What are the etiology and risk factors of meningitis?
    • Etiology:
    • Risk factors:
  • What causes acute kidney injuries? Differentiate between prerenal, intrarenal, and postrenal causes. Five causes should be listed for each.
    • Prerenal:
    • Intrarenal:
    • Postrenal:
  • What are the backward effects of both right- and left-sided heart failure?
    • Right-sided:
    • Left-sided:
  • Explain Virchow’s Triad.

 

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