ANAPHYLAXIS. Anaphylaxis Objectives. Upon completion the student will be able to: Define anaphylaxis Define antigen List ways an antigen can be introduced into the body Define antibody Describe the pathophysiology of allergic reactions and anaphylaxis. Anaphylaxis Objectives.
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Upon completion the student will be able to:
1. Cellular Immunity
2. Humoral Immunity
1. IgM - antibody that responds immediately
2. IgG - antibody that has “memory” and recognizes a repeatedly invading infection
3. IgA - antibody present in the mucous membranes
4. IgE - antibody contributing to allergic and anaphylactic responses
5. IgD - antibody present in the lowest concentration
1. H1 cause bronchoconstriction and contraction of the intestines
2. H2 cause peripheral vasodilation and secretion of gastric acids