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NR 507 Final Exam Study Guide / NR507 Final Study Guide(V1,LATEST,2020):Advanced Pathophysiology:Chamberlain College Nursing
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NR 507 Final Exam Study Guide / NR507 Final Exam Study Guide:Possible Questions A-Z(V5,LATEST,2020): Chamberlain College of Nursing NR507 Final Exam Po... [Show More] ssible Questions A-Z / NR507 Final Study Guide: Advanced Pathophysiology: Chamberlain College of Nursing NR 507 Final Exam Possible Questions A-Z / NR 507 Final Study Guide: Advanced Pathophysiology: Chamberlain College of Nursing 1. Acid base imbalance 2. ACTH 3. Acute epiglottitis 4. AIDS 5. Alveolar ventilation/perfusion 6. Alzheimer’s disease 7. Angiotensin-renin system 8. Antibodies, IgG, IgA, etc 9. Autosomal dominant diseases 10. Bartholin glands 11. Bile salt deficiencies 12. Candidiasis exacerbation 13. Carbuncles 14. Carcinoma 15. Cervical dysplasia 16. Cervical immunoglobulin 17. Chicken pox 18. Chronic inflammatory joint disease 19. Clonal selection 20. Complications of gastric resection surgery 21. Concept of pain 22. Congenital heart defects 23. …. intrinsic factor deficiency 24. Congenital murmurs 25. Consanguinity- 26. Croup 27. Dermatologic conditions e.g. pityriasis rosea 28. Dermatology terminology-macules, nevi, etc 29. Endogenous antigen 30. Folate deficiency 31. Gastroesophageal reflux disease 32. General adaptation syndrome 33. Genetic disorders such as Down Syndrome, Turner Syndrome, etc 34. Genital warts 35. GI symptoms of conditions such as pyloric stenosis, hiatal hernia, ulcerative colitis 36. GI symptoms resulting in heart burn 37. Glaucoma 38. Glomerulonephritis 39. Glycoprotein ( this is the only one I COULD NOT FIND!!! 40. Gonococcal disease 41. Guillain-Barre Syndrome 42. Hormonal regulation of calcium 43. Hypersensitivity reaction 44. Kidney stones 45. Lactose intolerance 46. Large bowel obstruction 47. Loss of language and/or comprehension-such as terms-aphasia, etc. 48. Lupus 49. Male and female sex hormone production 50. Maternal immune system 51. Nephrotic syndrome 52. Neural tube defect 53. Obstructive sleep apnea 54. Pancreatic enzymes 55. Pancreatic insufficiency 56. Parts of the heart in terms of function, such as pericardium 57. Pituitary hormone secretion 58. Process of muscle contraction 59. Pulmonary terminology such as dyspnea, orthopnea, etc 60. Risk factors for hypertension 61. Signs of breast cancer 62. Skin cancer 63. Skin cancer lesions 64. Small patent ductus arteriosus 65. Sympathetic/parasympathetic nervous system 66. Terms such as hypochromic, macrocytic, microcytic, etc 67. The inflammatory process upon injury 68. Type 2 diabetes 69. Types of anemia 70. …. of fractures 71. Types of gastric ulcers-signs and symptoms, characteristics 72. …. of hormones 73. Types of immunity-e.g. innate, active, etc 74. Urinary tract obstruction 75. Vaginal candidiasis 76. Ventilation/perfusion ratio 77. Vitamin B-12 therapy [Show Less]
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