Pathophysiology practice test (13)

Pathophysiology practice test (13)

>>>>>>>>>>> Shock<<<<<<<<<<< ....................Multiple choice................

published on June 20, 201218 responses 1
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the effect of microcirculation changes in the vasodilation stasis anoxia of shock are?

Hint: 3 choices
TPR↓
blood viscosity↓
effective circulating blood volume↓
resistance of the fill out capillary↑
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in the early stage of shock the change of renal function is?

Hint: 2 choices
the glomerular filtration↑
the renal tubular reabsorb↓
urine osmotic pressure↑
the functional renal failure
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which changes do belong to the early changes of the infection shock?

capillary Bp↓
total peripheral resistance↑
volume of blood return↑
the amount of opening capillary↓
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in shock the more easy dysfunctional organs are?

Hint: 2 choices
heart
lung
brain
kidneys
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which changes do belong to the changes of the early stage of shock?

Hint: 3 choices
total peripheral resistance↑
shifting fluid from interstitial space into plasma↑
capillary Bp↑
volume of the blood return↑
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which changes do accored with the microcirculatory vasodilation stasis anoxia of shock?

arteriolar dilation
blood cells aggregate and adhere in the venules
the fluid shifts volume from plasma into interstial space
increases
the capillary Bp increases
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which factors do belong to the promoting development factors of shock?

Hint: 3 choices
reabsorption of the renal tubules↑
aggregation and adhere of blood cells
metabolic acidosis
hypoperfusion by the vasoconstriction
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in the late stage of shock the change of renal function is?

Hint: 3 choices
the glomerular filtration↓
necrosis of intratuble epithelium
the renal tubular reabsorb↓
urine osmotic pressure↑
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which are the mechanism of shock lung?

Hint: 2 choices
permeability of pulmonary capillary↓
dilation of pulmonary microvessels
permeability of pulmonary capillary↑
constriction of pulmonary microvessels
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in the early stage of shock the major symptoms are?

Hint: 2 choices
the pulse pressure↑
the pulse pressure↓
urination↑
urination↓
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in the decompensatory stage of shock the symptoms are?

Hint: 3 choices
urination↓
progressing decrease of Bp
heart sound↓
progressing increase of the pulse pressure
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which changes of the microcirculation do accored with the decompensatory stage of shock?

Hint: 3 choices
arteriolar dilation
blood cells aggregate and adhere in venules
arteriolar constriction
capillary permeability↑
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which kinds of hypoxia does the shock belong to?

Hint: 3 choices
hypertonic hypoxia
circulatory hypoxia
hemic hypoxia
histogenous hypoxia
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which factors do belong the initial factors of the shock?

Hint: 2 choices
blood volume↓
vascular capacity↓
activated platelets
heart function↓
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which changes do belong to the changes of the decompensatory stage of shock?

Hint: 2 choices
total peripheral resistance↓
the shifting fluid from plasma into interstitial spaces↑
capillary permeability↓
capillary Bp↓
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in the early stage of shock the arteriolar constriction is leaded by?

Hint: 3 choices
epinephrine
angiotensin II
aldosterone
arginine vasopressin