pathophysiology practice test (4)

pathophysiology practice test (4)

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Fever >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> ............multiple choice...........

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in fever the more easy lack vitamins are?

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vit A
vit B
vit C
vit D

which factors do belong to the febrile activators?

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exotoxin
pathogenic microorganism
antigen antibody complexes
endotoxin

which factors do belong to the febrile activators?

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endotoxin
interlukin-1
antigen antibody complex
tumor necrosis factor

in the fevescence period of a fever?

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body temperature > the set point of
POAH
heat production increases
body temperature < the set point of
POAH
heat production > heat loss

which kinds acid base disturbance do been easy caused in fever?

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metabolic acidosis
respiratory acidosis
respiratory alkalosis
metabolic alkalosis

endogenous pyrogen comes from?

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monocytes
blood platelet
lymphocytes
macrophages

in fever the mechanism of increased heart rate is by?

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increase of cardiac output
respiratory alkalosis
excitement of sympathetic system
stimulated pacemaker cells by
increased temperature

in the defervescence period of a fever?

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heat production decreases
heat loss increases
body temperature > the set point of
POAH
heat loss > heat production

which factors do belong to the endogenous pyrogen?

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endotoxin
interlukin-1
tumor necrosis factor
antigen antibody complex

in the persistent febrile period of fever?

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heat production increases
heat loss increases
heat production decreases
heat loss decreases

In hyperthermia?

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heat production may be increase
heat loss may be decrease
the set point of POAH is elevated
the set point of POAH is not change

fever easy induces the heart dysfunction because fever makes?

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increasing heart load
increasing myocardial perfusion
some febrile activators inhibits
myocardial function
myocardium injure by some pyrogen
cytokines