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NRTC CH 16 19

Lymphatic, Immunity, Electrolytes

Lymphocytes that mature in the Thymus T Cells
Lymphocytes that mature in red bone marrow B Cells
What is the function of the lymph nodes filter microorganisms from the lymph fluid
Immunity first line of defense includes skin, mucous membranes, saliva, tears, acidic secretions
4 signs of inflammation include red, warm, swelling, pain
Example of Artificial Active Immunity Injection of vaccination
Example of natural active immunity getting the chickenpox as a child
Immunity in which t cells destroy pathogens inside of the host cell Cellular immunity
Immunity in which B cells and antibodies destroy pathogens outside of the cell humoral immunity
if the electrolyte concentration within the cells increases how will fluid react? Water will move into cells to dilute particles and decrease cellular concentration
If the electrolyte concentration in the tissue space increases how will fluid react? Fluid will move out of the cells into the tissue space to dilute the electrolytes and decrease the tissue concentration
How does ADH affect the kidneys Causes water reabsorption and less urination
Main component of lymphatic fluid fluid left over after capillary exchange
Specialized group of lymphocytes that continually roam the body and to destroy diseased cells and pathogens Natural killer cells
An allergic reaction that results in circulatory compromise is called ______ anaphylactic shock
Chemical that causes the kidneys to reabsorb sodium resulting in loss of potassium Aldosterone
Components of transcellular fluid aqueous humor of the eye, synovial fluid, and CSF
Lymphatic duct that drains the left arm, left side of head, legs Thoracic Duct
Lymphatic duct that drains the right arm, right side of the head, and right upper quadrant Lymphatic Duct
pH of blood 7.35-7.45
Normal Serum Potassium 3.5-5.0mEq/L
Increased Serum sodium may result from which fluid imbalance Fluid Volume Defecit
Non Specific Immunity antimicrobial protein that slows viral replication interferon
Fever Producing Chemicals pyrogens
structure that expels hydrogen atoms kidneys
Functions of the spleen include
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