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NR 507 Final Exam Study Guide: Chapters 1-5, 11-14, 16-20, 21-25, 27-3-33, 34-39, 40-47 | Solution
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NR 507 Final Exam Study Guide: Chapters 1-5, 11-14, 16-20, 21-25, 27-3-33, 34-39, 40-47 

 

  1. Types of immunity-e.g. innate, active, etc (ch 7 ,191)
  2. Alveolar ventilation/perfusion- (ch, 34,pg 1238)
  3. Dermatologic conditions e.g. pityriasis rosea (ch46, pg 1630/1631)
  4. Croup (C 36,pg 1294)-
  5. Types of anemia (ch 28,pg 987-1002)
  6. The inflammatory process upon injury ( ch 7)
  7. GI symptoms resulting in heart burn( ch 41, pg 1429- 1466)
  8. Pulmonary terminology such as dyspnea, orthopnea, etc ( ch 35, pg 1249)
  9. Complications of gastric resection surgery (c 41, pg 1439)
  10. Dermatology terminology-macules, nevi, etc ( ch 46, pg 1620)
  11. Chicken pox ( c 46,pg 1659)
  12. Maternal immune system- (ch 8 & 9, pg 259-276)
  13. Candidiasis exacerbation ( ch 10,313)
  14. Carbuncles (ch 46, pg 1635
  15. Terms such as hypochromic, macrocytic, microcytic, etc ( ch 28 pg 983 ) see chart above also it will not move for me
  16. Antibodies, IgG, IgA, etc- (ch 8, pg 229)
  17. Skin cancer ( ch 46 pg, 1641)
  18. Parts of the heart in terms of function, such as pericardium ( ch 31, p 1085)
  19. Congenital heart defects (ch 33pg 1200)
  20. GI symptoms of conditions such as pyloric stenosis, hiatal hernia, ulcerative colitis- (ch 41 pg 148,1429,1440)
  21. Skin cancer lesions ( ch 46, pg 1641)
  22. Gastroesophageal reflux disease- (c 41, p 1439)
  23. Hypersensitivity reaction ( ch 9 ,p262)-
  24. Congenital intrinsic factor deficiency( ch 28, 988)
  25. Acid base imbalance – (ch 3 p 1236)
  26. Acute epiglottitis(ch 36,pg 1296)
  27. Types of gastric ulcers-signs and symptoms, characteristics ( ch 41, pg 1437-1438)
  28. Lupus (ch 9,p277)
  29. General adaptation syndrome (ch 11,p 339)
  30. Ventilation/perfusion ratio ( ch 34, pg 1238-1239)
  31. Bile salt deficiencies ( ch 41,pg 1440)
  32. Clonal selection (ch 12, pg373)
  33. Obstructive sleep apnea (ch 16,pg 504)
  34. Large bowel obstruction (ch 41,pg 1431)
  35. Vaginal candidiasis (ch 24,pg 874)
  36. Folate deficiency (ch 2,pg 67)
  37. Pancreatic insufficiency (ch 41 pg 1439)
  38. Types of fractures- ( ch 44,pg 1541-1542)
  39. Genetic disorders such as Down Syndrome, Turner Syndrome, etc ( ch 4 pg  146-150)
  40. Glaucoma- ( ch 16, pg 510)
  41. Cervical immunoglobulin- (ch  23, pg 775)
  42. Concept of pain ( ch 16 p 485)
  43. Autosomal dominant diseases ( ch 4 pg 153)
  44. Congenital murmurs ( ch 32 pg 1168-1170)
  45. Lactose intolerance (CH 42,PG 1500)-
  46. Angiotensin-renin system ( ch 5, ch 37 pg 1327)
  47. AIDS (ch 10pg 322)
  48. Carcinoma ( ch 12 pg 363 )
  49. Hormonal regulation of calcium ( ch 3 pg 119)
  50. Neural tube defect- (ch 20,pg 663)and )ch 5,pg 167)
  51. Types of hormones-  ( google)
  52. Glycoprotein (ch 8 ,pg 229)
  53. Kidney stones (Ch 38, pg 1343)
  54. Type 2 diabetes ( ch 22, pg 739)
  55. Pituitary hormone secretion- (ch 21 pg 696-698)
  56. Signs of breast cancer ( ch 24, pg 873)
  57. Alzheimer’s disease- ( ch5, p 178)
  58. Guillain-Barre Syndrome (ch 17, p 622)
  59. Sympathetic/parasympathetic nervous system ( ch 11 pg 344)
  60. ACTH- (c 11,pg 339)
  61. Bartholin glands (C24,pg 920)
  62. Gonococcal disease (c 26,pg 919)
  63. Glomerulonephritis-( chap 38)
  64. Small patent ductus arteriosus ( ch 33, pg 1202)
  65. Risk factors for hypertension- ( ch 32, pg 1132-1140)
  66. Loss of language and/or comprehension-such as terms-aphasia, etc. ( ch 17, pg 539)
  67. Chronic inflammatory joint disease ( ch 44, pg 1568-1578)
  68. Male and female sex hormone production ( ch 23 pg 726-791)
  69. Endogenous antigen (c 8,pg 245)
  70. Genital warts- (ch 26, pg 934)
  71. Pancreatic enzymes ( c 40,pg 1415)
  72. Process of muscle contraction( c 43,pg 1533)
  73. Cervical dysplasia (C 24,pg 825)
  74. Consanguinity- (c4,pg 156)
  75. Nephrotic syndrome ( chap 38)
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Croup illnesses can be divided into two categories: (1) acute laryngotracheobronchitis (croup) and (2) spasmodic croup. Diphtheria can be considered a croup illness but is now rare because of vaccinations. Croup illnesses are all characterized by infection and obstruction of the upper a...
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