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PATHOPHYSIOLOGIC FEATURES OF ALLERGIC CONDITIONS

PATHOPHYSIOLOGIC FEATURES OF ALLERGIC CONDITIONS

PATHOPHYSIOLOGIC FEATURES OF ALLERGIC CONDITIONS. Lecture from pathological physiology October 21, 2004. Immunopathologic reactions. Kuby et al., 2000. Definition of basic conceptions. Hypersensitivity

By Roberta
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Medical Emergencies

Medical Emergencies

Medical Emergencies. Respiratory Disorders. Topics. Noninfectious Disorders Infectious Disorders. Noninfectious Disorders. ARDS Obstructive Airway Diseases Cystic Fibrosis Pulmonary Embolism Pickwickian syndrome Myasthenia Gravis Guillain-Barre Syndrome. Infectious Disorders.

By Pat_Xavi
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State of West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources State Trauma and Emergency Care System Office of EMS

State of West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources State Trauma and Emergency Care System Office of EMS

State of West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources State Trauma and Emergency Care System Office of EMS. Nerve Agent Antidote Kit Training Program. OBJECTIVES. This program is intended to assist the EMS provider in:

By sandra_john
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Hypersensitivity reactions

Hypersensitivity reactions

Hypersensitivity reactions. Type. Mechanism. Antigen. Onset. IgE-Ag triggers Mast cell mediators. Allergen minutes. I. IgG or IgM binds to cell surface; ADCC or complement. Cell surface molecule. Few hours. II. Immune complexes, inflammation. Soluble or particulate. Few

By Rita
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General Intestinal Histology

General Intestinal Histology

General Intestinal Histology. Activities of the Gastrointestinal Tract. Motility Secretion Digestion Absorption. Intestinal Autonomic Nervous System. Parasympathetic Nervous System. Vagovagal or Long reflex. The Enteric Nervous System. Peptide Secretion. Criteria for GI Hormones.

By Patman
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The Reproductive Systems

The Reproductive Systems

The Reproductive Systems. Sexual Reproduction. Offspring produced by the joining (fertilization) of gametes Requires halving of chromosomes (46 23) through meiosis Diploid haploid Separation of homologous chromosomes Autosomes vs. sex chromosomes

By addison
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URINARY INCONTINENCE

URINARY INCONTINENCE

PRIYA VASUDEVAN MD PGY 2. URINARY INCONTINENCE. OBJECTIVES. Identify the various forms of Urinary Incontinence (UI) To become knowledgeable about the treatment interventions available To understand the impact of Urinary Incontinence. DEFINITION.

By alaric
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Eicosanoids

Eicosanoids

Eicosanoids. Overview. Eicosanoids are a large group of autocoids with potent effects on virtually every tissue in the body these agents are derived from metabolism of 20-carbon, unsaturated fatty acids ( eicosanoic acids). The eicosanoids include: the prostaglandins thromboxanes

By enya
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RESPIRATORY DRUGS

RESPIRATORY DRUGS

RESPIRATORY DRUGS. Dr. Flor D. Munsayac. Bronchial Asthma. A disease of the airways that is characterized by hyperresponsiveness of the tracheobronchial tree to a multiplicity of stimuli

By kort
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Innate vs. Acquired Immunity- conceptual and practical difference The vertebrate “invention” of acquired immunity

Innate vs. Acquired Immunity- conceptual and practical difference The vertebrate “invention” of acquired immunity

Lecture 1 Introduction to the Principles of Immunity. Innate vs. Acquired Immunity- conceptual and practical difference The vertebrate “invention” of acquired immunity How does innate immunity work? (Chapters 1 and 8) Cells Recognition receptors Mediators.

By matty
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Inotropes & Vasopressors

Inotropes & Vasopressors

Applied Sciences Lecture Course. Inotropes & Vasopressors. Dr Cathy Armstrong SpR In Anaesthesia & Clinical Fellow in Undergraduate Medical Education Manchester Royal Infirmary March 2011. Objectives. Define the terms Inotrope & vasopressor Discuss basic physiological principles

By kohana
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Digestive System General Functions of the Digestive System 1. Motility: a. Ingestion b. Peristalsis: rhythmic contractio

Digestive System General Functions of the Digestive System 1. Motility: a. Ingestion b. Peristalsis: rhythmic contractio

Digestive System General Functions of the Digestive System 1. Motility: a. Ingestion b. Peristalsis: rhythmic contractions moving food through the gastrointestinal tract. c. Defecation/excretion: removal the unabsorbed materials out of the body. 2. Secretion:

By cherlin
(429 views)

Introduction to Lab Ex. 24: Hypersensitivity

Introduction to Lab Ex. 24: Hypersensitivity

Introduction to Lab Ex. 24: Hypersensitivity. Introduction to Lab Ex. 24: Hypersensitivity . Response to antigens (allergens) leading to damage Require sensitizing dose(s). Hypersensitivity is thus an exaggerated response of the immune system.

By waneta
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Pharmacology of Cholinergic Agonists

Pharmacology of Cholinergic Agonists

Pharmacology of Cholinergic Agonists. Dr. Thomas Abraham PHAR 417: Fall 2005. Cholinergic Agonists. Parasympathomimetic, cholinoceptor agonists. Have predominant actions on: autonomic effector organs innervated by postganglionic parasympathetic nerves.

By janna
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EICOSANOIDS ( prostaglandins , thromboxanes , leukotrienes )

EICOSANOIDS ( prostaglandins , thromboxanes , leukotrienes )

EICOSANOIDS ( prostaglandins , thromboxanes , leukotrienes ). Eicosanoids. Major classes of eicosanoids . Precursors of eicosanoids . Major pathways of eicosanoid synthesis ( cyclooxygenase and lipoxygenase ). Important functions of eicosanoids .

By oshin
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Alpha-Adrenergic Blockers

Alpha-Adrenergic Blockers

Alpha-Adrenergic Blockers. Type of blockade Phenoxybenzamine – non-competitive; slow onset and long duration. 2-stage blockade. All the rest: competitive

By kass
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Ch. 7. The complement system Important effector in both innate and 	acquired immunity Over 30 circulating and membrane-

Ch. 7. The complement system Important effector in both innate and acquired immunity Over 30 circulating and membrane-

Ch. 7. The complement system Important effector in both innate and acquired immunity Over 30 circulating and membrane-bound proteins (synthesized in liver and other cells- immune and epithelial) Acts as a cascade (one event must occur before another takes place). Cascade:

By sorcha
(128 views)

Cyclic Nucleotide Metabolism - cGMP

Cyclic Nucleotide Metabolism - cGMP

Cyclic Nucleotide Metabolism - cGMP. SIGMA-ALDRICH. Cyclic Nucleotide Metabolism - cGMP

By niveditha
(438 views)

Managing Asthma During Pregnancy and Lactation Mary McMahon, RNC, MS

Managing Asthma During Pregnancy and Lactation Mary McMahon, RNC, MS

Managing Asthma During Pregnancy and Lactation Mary McMahon, RNC, MS. Guidelines for Asthma during Pregnancy. National Asthma Education and Prevention Program (NAEPP) Working Group Report on Managing Asthma during Pregnancy: Recommendations for Pharmacologic Treatment – Update 2004

By kalyca
(181 views)

Cyclic Nucleotide Metabolism - cGMP

Cyclic Nucleotide Metabolism - cGMP

Cyclic Nucleotide Metabolism - cGMP. SIGMA-ALDRICH. Cyclic Nucleotide Metabolism - cGMP

By lark
(143 views)

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