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Food Allergies…101

Food Allergies…101

Food Allergies…101. Amy Simonne, Ph.D. Assistant Professor FYCS University of Florida. Food, Nutrition and Health Update 2002, Feb 12, 2002. Outlines. Statistics What is food allergy Immunology concepts What foods causes allergies Possible ways to deal with food allergy

By salena
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Microbiology: A Systems Approach, 2 nd ed.

Microbiology: A Systems Approach, 2 nd ed.

Microbiology: A Systems Approach, 2 nd ed. Chapter 16: Disorders in Immunity. 16.1 The Immune Response: A Two-Sided Coin. The Immune Response: A Two-Sided Coin Immunopathology : the study of disease states associated with overactivity or underactivity of the immune response Allergies

By RexAlvis
(491 views)

Pediatric Emergencies

Pediatric Emergencies

Pediatric Emergencies. Jan Bazner-Chandler RN, MSN, CNS, CPNP. Developmental and Biologic Variances. Cricoid is the narrowest portion of the airway: no cuffed ET tubes. ET cuffed. Developmental and Biologic Variances. Decreased respiratory rate may mean the child is tiring out

By jacob
(210 views)

Peripheral Vascular System Disorders

Peripheral Vascular System Disorders

Peripheral Vascular System Disorders. Metropolitan Community College NURS 1110. Objective 1: Review the normal structure and function of the peripheral vascular system. Anatomy and Physiology of the Vascular System. Arteries. Vessels that carry blood away from the heart toward the tissues

By astra
(950 views)

Chapter 10: Tissue Response to Injury

Chapter 10: Tissue Response to Injury

Chapter 10: Tissue Response to Injury. Inflammatory Response. Acute Inflammation Short onset and duration Change in hemodynamics, production of exudate, granular leukocytes Chronic Inflammation Long onset and duration Presence of non-granular leukocytes and extensive scar tissue.

By maddox
(367 views)

Chapter 1: Overview of the Immune System

Chapter 1: Overview of the Immune System

Chapter 1: Overview of the Immune System. Innate (Non-Specific) Immunity Anatomic barriers Physiologic barriers Endocytic barriers Phagocytic barriers Inflammatory response barriers Adaptive (Specific) Immunity Properties Specificity Diversity Memory Self/non-self recognition.

By camila
(751 views)

PK/PD approach for antibiotics: tissue or blood drug level to predict antibiotic efficacy

PK/PD approach for antibiotics: tissue or blood drug level to predict antibiotic efficacy

PK/PD approach for antibiotics: tissue or blood drug level to predict antibiotic efficacy. ECOLE NATIONALE VETERINAIRE T O U L O U S E. PL Toutain National Veterinary school; Toulouse. First (scientific) consensus: The goal of PK/PD indices.

By jacoba
(561 views)

FFP Requests: Legend, Lore, and Evidence

FFP Requests: Legend, Lore, and Evidence

FFP Requests: Legend, Lore, and Evidence. Rachel LaCount August 26, 2005. Objectives. Present data from studies on FFP: 1. Resuscitation in burn patients 2. FFP to correct INRs before procedures. Case # 1.

By bobby
(209 views)

THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM

THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM

THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM. What exactly is this System?. Which organs are involved? What is the function of the Lymphatic System? How does it work?. Jobs of Lymphatic System :. Lymphatic System which consists of vessels and organs plays two vital roles in our lives:

By danniell
(423 views)

CARE OF THE KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT (Cadaveric and Living Donor )

CARE OF THE KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT (Cadaveric and Living Donor )

CARE OF THE KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT (Cadaveric and Living Donor ). Kimberly Kenney Nurse Clinician November 12, 2009. OBJECTIVES. Upon completion of this lesson you will be able to: Identify leading causes of end stage renal disease

By ann
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Transfusion Reactions

Transfusion Reactions

Transfusion Reactions. NICHOLAS TSU, M.D. Objectives. Transfusion statistics and basics Types Diagnosis Treatment. Transfusion Statistics. Transfusions in 2004 14.2 million units of packed red blood cells (PRBC’s) 9.9 million units of platelets (84% apheresis units)

By freya
(174 views)

RESPIRATORY DISEASES

RESPIRATORY DISEASES

RESPIRATORY DISEASES . Hypoxemia/Hypercapnia. Hypoxemia =/= hypoxia Hypoxia = decr’d oxygen at tissues Hypoxemia = low PaO 2 V/Q Ratio ventilation rate(V) compared to perfusion rate(Q) of blood through lung capillaries at alveoli Normal (healthy) ratio = 0.8.

By henrietta
(371 views)

Ventilation Strategies and Experimental Lung Injury

Ventilation Strategies and Experimental Lung Injury

Ventilation Strategies and Experimental Lung Injury. John Baier M.D. University of Manitoba. Role of Mechanical Ventilation in Lung Injury. Mechanical ventilation is life saving but it also causes lung injury Evolution of ventilation techniques over the last 20 years .

By bisa
(241 views)

Immunology 2008 Lecture 7 Complement 14 October

Immunology 2008 Lecture 7 Complement 14 October

Immunology 2008 Lecture 7 Complement 14 October. TODAY Complement, Chapter 5, App. 6 Immunoglobulin Genetics, Chap. 6, App. 2,7 . COMPLEMENT Three Pathways: CLASSICAL / ALTERNATE / MBLectin INFLAMMATION IMMUNE COMPLEXES I.C. DISEASE AUTOIMMUNITY

By cicada
(180 views)

Disturbances of body fluids

Disturbances of body fluids

Disturbances of body fluids. Renata Péčová Dept. of Pathophysiology. 2009. TOTAL BODY FLUID (TBF). water - 60 % of the weight of men - 50 % of the weight of women - more fat and a smaller muscle mass  smaller amount of water in relation to total body weight (TBW .

By pelagia
(412 views)

Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome. Kathy Plitnick RN PhD CCRN NUR 351 Critical Care Nursing. ARDS. Form of acute noncardiogenic pulmonary edema Occurs secondary to another event

By wood
(341 views)

Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia(BPD)

Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia(BPD)

Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia(BPD). Kumari Weeratunge M.D. PL - 2. Back ground. Develops in neonates treated with O2 & PPV . Originally described by Northway in 1967 using clinical , radiographic & histologic criteria .

By elina
(374 views)

CO – “The Silent Killer”

CO – “The Silent Killer”

CO – “The Silent Killer”. Carbon Monoxide (CO) vs. Carbon Dioxide (CO 2 ). Incidence of CO poisoning. Leading cause of poisoning mortality. Most common cause of death in combustion related inhalation injury. 1000 to 2000 deaths / year ( USA ) Difficult diagnosis :

By blue
(153 views)

Principles of Immunology Overview of Innate Immunity 1/19/06

Principles of Immunology Overview of Innate Immunity 1/19/06

Principles of Immunology Overview of Innate Immunity 1/19/06. “Education is not preparation for life. Education is life itself.” John Dewey. Review(T/F). Jenner was the first to introduce variolation Innate immune responses are specific T cells are either T-helper or T-cytotoxic cells

By borna
(177 views)

Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction

Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction

Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction. - The incidence of immediate hemolytic transfusion reactions is estimated to be 1 per 6000-7000 units transfused. - Reactions to transfused blood products can occur as a result of the presence of constitutive antibodies ( e.g.,anti-A,anti-B )

By jarvis
(261 views)

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