pathophysiology practice test (3)

pathophysiology practice test (3)

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published on May 18, 201226 responses 0 5.0★ / 5

in fever the effect of a endogenous pyrogen is?

activating macrophage and monocytes
exciting warm sensitive neurons of POAH
elevating the set point of POAH
inducing synthesis of the central febrile mediators

which kind of water disturbance does been easy caused in fever?

hypotonic dehydration
water intoxication
edema
hypertonic dehydration

which kind acid-base disturbance does been easy caused in the fever?

metabolic acidosis
respiratory alkalosis
respiratory acidosis
metabolic alkalosis

in fever the effect of endotoxin is?

a febrile activator
a central febrile mediator
an endogenous pyrogen
an exogenous pyrogen

in the prsisten febrile period of fever?

heat production increases and heat loss decreases
heat production increases and heat loss increases
heat production > heat loss
heat production decreases and heat loss increases

fever is?

imbalance of heart production and
heart loss
heat production > the set point of
POAH
the set point is adjusted upwards
heat production is increased heat loss decreased

in the defervescence period of fever?

heat production increases and heat loss decreases
heat prodcution increases and heat loss increases
heat production decreases and heat loss increases
heat prodcution decreases and heat loss decreases

in fever the effect of a febrile activator is?

activating macrophage and monocytes
inducing release of the endogenous cryogen
elevating the set point of POAH
inducing release of the exogenous pyrogen

where does the body consumption energy in fever major come from?

glycogen catabolism
fat catabolism
protein catabolism
carbohydrate

what is the effect of interlukin-1 in fever?

a febrile activator
a central febrile mediator
an endogenous pyrogen
elevating the set point of POAH

how much does the heart rate increases when body temperature rises 1°C ?

5 to 10 beats/min
20 to 30 beats/min
10 to 20 beats/min
5 to 15 beats/min

in the fervescence period of fever?

heat production increases and heat loss decreases
heat prodution increases and heat loss increases
heat production decreases and heat loss increases
heat production decreases and heat loss decreases