Mimosa
Painkiller
Mai Tai
Daiquiri
TRUE/FALSE

100

T cytotoxic cells are white blood cells that kill this

What are cancer cells?

100

This is the best way to prevent viral pneumonia

What is get a flu shot?

100

When arterial flow is greater than venous outflow it is known as this

What is venous congestion?

100

This hormone stimulates milk production after childbirth

What is prolactin?

100

Venous congestion is a common complication of traumatic injuries and reconstructive surgery

TRUE

200

Subdural hematoma are not quite as serious as epidural or subarachnoid hemorrhage and are caused by this

What is an injury (auto, fall, etc.)?

200

This is produced by Type 2 alveolar cells

What is surfactant?

200

TIA, which stands for this, is a short interval where the person has had decreased blood flow and the person has symptoms similar to a stroke but the symptoms do not last or cause brain damage

What is a transient ischemic attack?

200

Also called trigeminal neuralgia, this is a chronic pain condition that affects the trigeminal or 5th cranial nerve (one of the most widely distributed nerves in the head)

What is Trineuropathy?

200

Surfactant is a phospholipid involved in increasing surface tension, allowing the alveoli to stay closed

FALSE - It is a phospholipid involved in decreasing surface tension, allowing the alveoli to stay open

300

Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone (SIADH) occurs when there is an over-secretion and subsequently increased  levels of this circulating

What is ADH?

300

This type of bleeding occurs between the skull and dura; whereas this type of bleeding occurs between the dura and arachnoid

What is epidural and subdural?

300

Thrombophlebitis usually occurs in these veins located in areas with poor blood flow

What are surface-layer veins?

300

You should not see these outside of the cardiac cell (so if you draw someone’s blood and they are measurable, it means there has been injury to the myocardial cells)

What are troponins?

300

In ischemia, troponins should not be elevated because there has yet to be any cell death

TRUE

400

Pulmonary hypertension is caused by an increase in the pressure in the these three pulmonary areas

What is the arteries, veins and capillaries?

400

The thyroid stimulating hormone part of a this type of system

What is a negative feedback system?

400

Virchow’s triad is categorized by venous stasis, changes in the blood vessel wall (endothelial damage), and this condition

What is hypercoagulability?

400

Vaccination is the best way to prevent this viral illness leading to nerve injury and paralysis which can lead to difficulty breathing and death

What is polio?

400

Elevated troponins cause nerve cell death or injury

FALSE - cardiac cells

500

The Schamroth test, where you put nail beds together and if see a diamond in between then confirms clubbing, is used to determine if the patient is suffering from this condition

What is pulmonary hypertension?

500

The RAAS pathway, which stands for this, is a signaling pathway responsible for regulating the body's blood pressure

What is renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system?


500

Terrible headache which could be pulsatile or steady and constant (most often in the occipital region of the head) nausea, vomiting, seizures because of irritation to brain tissue from the blood, hypertension, dilated pupils, and unconsciousness are all symptoms of this life threatening hemorrhage

What is a subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH)?

500

Degeneration of the pars compacta of this ganglia structure results in the reduction of the availability of the neurotransmitter dopamine

What is substantia nigra?

500

Trineuropathy is most common in men over 40

FALSE - most common in women over 50