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Test bank for porths pathophysiology 10th edition by Norris chapter 31 disorders of ventilation and gas exchange
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Test bank for porths pathophysiology 10th edition by Norris chapter 31 disorders of ventilation and gas exchange CHAPTER 31: Disorders of Ventilation and Gas Exchange 1. A client with a history of emphysema is experiencing hypoxemia after a taxing physical therapy appointment. Which of the following physiologic phenomena will occur as a consequence of hypoxemia? A) Peripheral vasodilation B) Necrosis C) Hypoventilation D) Increased heart rate Ans: D Feedback: Consequences of hypoxem...

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Test bank for porths pathophysiology 10th edition by Norris chapter 26- disorders of blood flow in the systemic circulation. A nursing instructor is explaining the role of vascular smooth muscle cells in relation to increases in systemic circulation. During discussion, which neurotransmitter is primarily responsible for contraction of the entire muscle cell layer thus resulting in decreased vessel lumen radius? A) Nitric oxide B) Adrenal glands C) Fibroblast growth factor D) Nor...

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1. If a virus has caused inflammation resulting in endothelial dysfunction, an excessive amount of endothelins in the blood can result in A) arterial wall weakening resulting in aneurysm formation. B) release of excess fatty plaque causing numerous pulmonary emboli. C) contraction of the underlying smooth muscles within the vessels. D) overproduction of growth factors resulting in new vessel production. Ans: C Feedback: Endothelial dysfunction describes several types of potentially rever...

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1. Which of the following statements best captures the current understanding of the etiology of mental illness? A) The role of “nurture,” experiences, and relationships has been largely disproven. B) Mental illness can be attributed to organic brain changes and pathophysiological processes. C) Mental illness exists from the interplay of biologic factors and psychosocial influences. D) Current understanding of mental illness has shown that both biologic psychiatry and psychosocial psy...

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CHAPTER 31: Disorders of Ventilation and Gas Exchange 1. A client with a history of emphysema is experiencing hypoxemia after a taxing physical therapy appointment. Which of the following physiologic phenomena will occur as a consequence of hypoxemia? A) Peripheral vasodilation B) Necrosis C) Hypoventilation D) Increased heart rate Ans: D Feedback: Consequences of hypoxemia include peripheral vasoconstriction, hyperventilation, and increased heart rate. Mild to moderate hypoxemia does...

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Chapter 26: Disorders of Blood Flow in the Systemic Circulation 1. If a virus has caused inflammation resulting in endothelial dysfunction, an excessive amount of endothelins in the blood can result in A) arterial wall weakening resulting in aneurysm formation. B) release of excess fatty plaque causing numerous pulmonary emboli. C) contraction of the underlying smooth muscles within the vessels. D) overproduction of growth factors resulting in new vessel production. Ans: C Feedback: End...

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Test bank for porths pathophysiology 10th edition by Norris chapter 18-disorders of thought emotion and memoryHAPTER 18 : Disorders of Thought, Emotion, and Memory 1. Which of the following statements best captures the current understanding of the etiology of mental illness? A) The role of “nurture,” experiences, and relationships has been largely disproven. B) Mental illness can be attributed to organic brain changes and pathophysiological processes. C) Mental illness exists f...

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HAPTER 18 : Disorders of Thought, Emotion, and Memory 1. Which of the following statements best captures the current understanding of the etiology of mental illness? A) The role of “nurture,” experiences, and relationships has been largely disproven. B) Mental illness can be attributed to organic brain changes and pathophysiological processes. C) Mental illness exists from the interplay of biologic factors and psychosocial influences. D) Current understanding of mental illness has sh...

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Chapter 26: Disorders of Blood Flow in the Systemic Circulation 1. If a virus has caused inflammation resulting in endothelial dysfunction, an excessive amount of endothelins in the blood can result in A) arterial wall weakening resulting in aneurysm formation. B) release of excess fatty plaque causing numerous pulmonary emboli. C) contraction of the underlying smooth muscles within the vessels. D) overproduction of growth factors resulting in new vessel production. Ans: C Feedback: End...

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