pathophysiology practice test (12)

pathophysiology practice test (12)

>>>>>>>>>>> Shock<<<<<<<<<<< .....................Single choice................

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in the microcirculatory vasodilation stage of shock the change of blood viscosity is?

keep normal
first increase then decrease
decrease
increase
increase or decrease
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in shock the major acido base distrubances is?

respiratory alkalosis
metabolic acidosis
metabolic alkalosis
respiratory acidosis
metabolic alkalosis and respiratory acidosis
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which group change does accord with the decompensatory stage of shock?

arteriolar constriction and venous dilation
arteriolar constriction> venous constriction
arteriolar dilation< venous dilation
arteriolar dilation and blood cells aggregate and
adhere in venous
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which group change does accord with the late stage of shock?

arteriolar constriction and venous dilation
arteriolar constriction> venous constriction
arteriolar dilation and venous dilation
arteriolar dilation and venous constriction
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which is the first treatment with an anaphylactic shock?

supplement blood volume
employment vasodilator
treatment metabolic acidosis
employment vasoconstrictor
treatment infection
6/14

which group change does occured with the hypodynamic shock?

CO↓, TPR ↑ cold skin
Co↑,TPR↓, warm skin
CO↑, TPR↑, warm skin
CO↓,TPR↓,cold skin
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the common kinds of shock is?

hemorrhagic shock
cardiogenic shock
traumatic shock
burn shock
infection shock
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which group change does accord with the early stage of shock?

arteriolar constriction and venous dilation
arteriolar constriction> venous constriction
arteriolar dilation and venoud constriction
arteriolar dilation< venous dilation
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which changes do belong to the changes of the compensatory stage of shock?

total peripheral resistance↓
capillary permeability↓
capillary Bp↑
the shifting fluid from plasma into interstitial spaces↑
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in the late stage of shock the change of renal function is?

the glomerular filtration↑
the functional renal failure
the renal tubular reabsorb↑
urination↑
the paranchymal renal failure
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the initial change of cardiogenic shock is?

blood volume↓
vascular capacity↑
myocardial function↓
vascular capacity↓
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in the early stage of infection shock the characteristic is?

Bp decreases seriously
the parenchymal renal failure
the pulse pressure narrow
heart dysfunction
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which change does accord with the decompensatory stage of shock?

total peripheral resistance↑
vascular capacity↑
the shifting fluid from plasma into interstitial space↓
capillary Bp↓
vascular vascosity↓
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the initial change of anaphylactic shock is?

blood volume↓
vascular capacity↑
myocardial function↑
vascular capacity↓