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Infektiøse respirationsvejslidelser hos store dyr

Nævn bakterier kan der giver anledning til bronkopneumonier hos hest. Hvilken er vigtigst?, Hvilken bakterier kan du se se i de thraceal aspirat som udtryk for at udstyret er blevet kontamineret snareren end at den er det sygdomsfremkaldende agens. , Predisponerende faktorer for udvikling af bakterieltbetinget bronkopneumoni hos hest, Hvordan manifestere et mild tilfælde af bakteriel bronkopneumoni hos hest sig klinisk?, Hvilke kliniske tegn kan ses ved svære tilfælde af bakteriel bronkopneumoni hos hest?, Når du auskultere lunger hos hest skal du bruge to remedier - hvilke?Ved auskultation af lungerne kan der ved bakteriel bronkopneumoni hos hest konstateres, Beskriv de patologiske forandringer associeret med en bakteriel bronkopneumoni - og hvordan opstår de (patogenese), Differential diagnoser til bakteriel pneumoni, For en hest med kliniske tegn på bakteriel bronkopneumoni vil sammenholdt med auskultation give en god indikation på diagnose. Hvilke to formål har de yderligere diagnostiske undersøgelser?, Nævn mulige diagnostiske undersøgelsesmetoder for diagnostik af bakteriel bronkopneumoni., Forslå terapi til en hest med tegn på bakteriel bronkopneumoni. Du har ikke fået dyrkningssvar endnu. , Det bilaterale nasalsekeret fra din hest har putrid lugt og nu har dit dyrkningssvar påvist Clostridier. Foreslå en terapi., Sulfa-TMP kan eksempelvis anvendes ved hvilken gruppe agens i en bakteriel bronkopneumoni?

2017-09-17 • 13 Cards

Respiratory Antimicrobials

Ampicillin/sulbactam, Piperacillin/tazobactam, meropenem, ceftriaxone, azithromycin, Isoniazid, Rifampin, Pyrazinamide, Ethambutol

2014-09-01 • 9 Cards

Anti-Fungal Drugs

Amphotericin B, Nystatin, Ketoconazole, Fluconazole, Itraconazole, Voriconazole, Posaconazole, Terbinafine, Micafungin, Caspofungin, Anidulfungin, TMP-sulfa (Bactrim)

2014-08-31 • 12 Cards

Respiratory Drugs

Albuterol, Terbutaline, Salmeterol, Formoterol, Indacaterol, Ipratropium bromide, Tiotropium bromide, Theophylline, Aminophylline, Roflumilast, Fluticasone, Budesonide, Ciclesonide, Prednisone, Zileuton

2014-08-31 • 44 Cards

Respiratory System Development

In the 4th week, which way do the head, tail, and body form, and what does this result in?, Where does the lung bud form?, What is the respiratory diverticulum?, What does the endodermal bud do?, The endoderm of the lung bud forms..., Splanchnic mesoderm surrounding lung bud becomes..., The tracheoesophageal septum forms as a result of ? between cells of ? and ? in the ?, What does the respiratory diverticulum become?, What does the foregut become?, Tracheoesophageal fistula with esophageal atresia: meanings, prevalence, accompanying issue, Lung maturation: 5-16 weeks, Lung maturation: 16-26 weeks, Lung maturation: 26 weeks-birth, Lung maturation: birth-~8 years, What happens when Type I alveolar cells get thinner?

2012-08-09 • 15 Cards

MO - RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

What is the primary function of the respiratory system?, What does air pass on its way to the lungs?, How many lobes does the right lung have?, How many lobes does the left lung have?, What are the 2 dependencies of lung movement?, During normal breathing, how does inspiration take place?, During normal breathing, how does expiration take place?, During heavy breathing, what role does the abdominal muscle play?, During heavy breathing, what importance does the rib cage play?, What muscles elevate the rib cage?, What are the muscles of expiration?, What is pleural pressure?, Is pleural pressure normally negative or positive?, During normal inspiration, because of the elastic structure of the chest cage is able to do what?, What is alveolar pressure?

2012-08-08 • 40 Cards

Breathing and Respiration Test

Larynx, Trachea, Bronchus, Bronchioles, Alveolus, Intercostal Muscles, Ribs, Diaphragm, Ventilation, Gas Exchange, Respiration, Equation for respiration, Aerobic Respiration, Anaerobic Respiration, Equation for Anaerobic Respiration

2012-04-30 • 18 Cards

Digestive & Respiratory

Absorption, Alveoli, Asthma, Bile, bolus, carbohydrates, Chemical Digestion, Digestion, espohagus, Exhalation, Expiration, Fats, gall bladder, Inspiration, lipase

2011-04-28 • 28 Cards

med terms Ch 13

abscess, aerosol, alveolus, anoxia, anthracosis, apnea, ARDS, asbestosis, asphyxiation, asthma, atelectasis, bifurcation, blood gasses, bradypnea, bronchiectasis

2011-04-28 • 99 Cards

Med Terms - Respiratory System 2

asthma, atelectasis, bronchitis, bronchoscopy, bronchospasm, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), cystic fibrosis, emphysema, empyema, expectoration, hemoptysis, hemothorax, hypercapnia, hypoxemia

2011-04-28 • 26 Cards

Chap 22 anatomy respiratory system

_______________ is the amount of air maximally exhaled after a maximal inhalation (about 4600 ml)., A deficiency of surfactant causes, alveolus (alveoli), An overdose of morphine is most likely to induce, bronchioles, bronchus (bronchi), carina, Contraction and relaxation of the diaphragm and intercostal muscles, Contraction and relaxation of the diaphragm and intercostal muscles, Contraction of the diaphragm, diaphragm, epiglottis, If intrapleural pressure equals or exceeds intrapulmonic pressure, If you voluntarily hold your breath, you will eventually breathe because, Inspiratory and expiratory neurons

2011-04-28 • 51 Cards

Medical Terminology Simplified Frame 4

a, an, ABG, ABGs, acidosis, adenoid/o, aer/o, AIDS, algia, alveol/o, anoxia, ar, ARDS, ARDS, atelectasis, bronch/o

2011-04-28 • 112 Cards

Yellow Module: Respiratory System

AFB, Alveoli, Anoxia, Anthraconiosis, Aplasia, Apnea, ARDS, Asbestosis, Asphyxia, Aspiration, Asthma, Atelectasis, Bradypnea, Brochitis, Bronchi

2011-04-28 • 69 Cards

Respiratory Cardio WPSD

Arteries, Atrium, Bronchi, Circulation, Diaphragm, Exercise, Exhale, Four, Heart, Inhale, Kidneys, Lungs, Nose or mouth, Oxygen, Pump blood throughout the body

2011-04-28 • 20 Cards

The Respiratory System

Alveoli, Asthma, Breathing, Bronchi, Bronchial Tubes, Bronchioles, Bronchitis, By what week can a prematurely born baby breathe on its own?, Diaphragm, Emphysema, Exhalation, External Respiration, Gas Exchange, How does Blood pH effect the rate of loading and unloading of 02?, How does Pco2 effect the rate of loading and unloading of 02?

2011-04-28 • 151 Cards