GU/Renal
Endocrine
Hematology
Immunology
Infectious Disease
100

upper UTIs can lead to what potential septic emergency

pyelonephritis

100

DKA treatments

fluid resuscitation, oxygen and airway maintenance, monitor for electrolyte imbalances, bicarb calcium chloride or gluconate, and insulin (only in hospital)

100

decrease in platelets

thrombocytopenia

100

Alpha and beta agonist given for anaphylaxis

Epinephrine 1:1,000

100

night sweats, cough, hemoptysis, weight loss

s/sxs of TB

200

increase in nitrogenous waste in blood

azotemia

200

hyperglycemic state that can take weeks to develop resulting in dehydration and AMS

HHS/HONK

200
life threatening  and highly fatal condition associated with defibrination leading to uncontrolled hemorrhage and reduction in clotting factors 

DIC

200

given to block H1 and H2 receptor sites

Benadryl 

200

grow and reproduce outside human cell in appropriate environmental conditions

Bacteria

300

increased urine retention, difficulty starting urine flow, slow weak flow, incomplete bladder emptying

s/sxs of BPH

300

manifestation of severe hypothyroidism leading to deteriorating mental status, accumulation of mucinous materials in face/neck, and cold dry skin

myxedema coma

300

factor IX deficiency

Hemophilia type B

300

onset typically 4-6 hours, given for prevention of idiopathic or recurrent reactions

corticosteroids

300

scleral icterus, anorexia, abdominal discomfort, n/v, jaundice, general fatigue, achy joints

s/sxs of hepatits

400

Type of injury seen after damage to glomeruli capillaries, cells of kidney tubules or renal parenchyma 

intra renal injury

400

atrophy or destruction of both adrenal glands leading to deficiency of all steroid hormones produced by these glands

Primary adrenal insufficiency or Addisons diseases

400

Heart transplant patients often show what signs during an MI

HF signs and no anginal pain

400

creation of T cells that attack and destroy invaders

cellular immunity

400

Common post exposure protocol when dealing with severe respiratory viruses

quarantine for the incubation period to see if s/sxs appear

500

coagulopathy issues, chronically ill, anemia, chronically fatigued and weak.  

ESRD

500

rare condition causing markedly increased appetite with severe weight loss and muscle/tissue wasting, excessive seating, exopthalmos, tachycardia, fever, n/v, and AMS

thyroid storm

500

anemia, jaundice, hypoxia, easily tired, and at risk for thrombosis

s/sxs of sickle cell

500

Systemic lupus erythematosus and scleroderma

examples of collagen vascular diseases
500

URI that has a vaccine available presenting with swollen salivary glands, fever, headache, muscle aches, and loss of appetite

Mumps

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