Nursing care for swelling of the quinta

Clinical manifestations of acute allergicurticaria, its causes and symptoms. Prevention and treatment of chronic infection. Acute development of Quincke edema, the appearance of blisters on the skin of a person, subcutaneous tissue or mucous membranes.

presentation, added on November 27, 2014

The physiological mechanism of an allergic reactiondelayed type of difference from other types of allergic reactions. The causes of allergies in the body. The main manifestations of allergies and the nature of allergens. Hypersensitivity reactions of the fourth type.

The abstract, added 17/03/2011

Etiology and pathogenesis of anaphylactic shock. Treatment of an allergic reaction of immediate type: relief of acute disorders of hemodynamics and pulmonary ventilation, neutralization of biologically active substances from the blood. Causes of development and coma clinic.

essay, added on September 21, 2010

Clinical manifestation of immunologicalconflict due to increased sensitivity of the body to repeated contact with the allergen. Clinical forms of anaphylactic shock. Emergency treatment and treatment of anaphylactic shock. Allergic edema of Quincke.

test work, added on 23/12/2010

Anaphylactic shock as an immune responsean organism of an immediate type, its pathogenesis. Some mediators of the anaphylactic reaction. Complex of symptoms and syndromes of anaphylactic shock, five variants of its clinical manifestations. Principle of treatment of patients.

summary, added on 07/09/2009

Strokes and Quincke's edema: clinical forms, epidemiology, etiology, pathogenesis. Atopic dermatitis: etiology, pathogenesis, clinic, complications, diagnosis, treatment, prevention. The role of genetic factors in the development of atopic dermatitis.

summary, added 20/05/2011

Anaphylactic shock of drug etiology,caused by the introduction of antibiotics, novocaine, aspirin and thiamine - is a severe general reaction of the body, developing in response to the administration of substances to which the patients have increased sensitivity.

Abstract, added on 05/04/2008

The patient complains of swelling of the lips and left cheek half. History of the development of the disease (angioedema). Results of laboratory and instrumental research methods. Development of a treatment plan, regimen and diet. Recommendations in case of re-occurrence of edema.

medical history, added 15/11/2015

Features of diagnosis, risk factors and causesoccurrence of allergies. Skin allergies. Principles of primary medical care for allergies, features of the nursing process in this pathology. Methods of examination of the patient.

course work, added 11/21/2012

Anaphylactic reactions likeImmediate hypersensitivity caused by exogenous agents. Pathological reactions of the body. Cases of occurrence of anaphylactic reactions. Differential diagnostics. Immediate therapy.

summary, added on 19.11.2009

The concept of hypersensitivity is excessive orinadequate manifestation of the reactions of acquired immunity. Stages of an allergic reaction. Effect of mediators of mast cells. Diagnosis of atopy, skin symptoms. Cytotoxic reactions against erythrocytes.

presentation, added on 09/13/2015

Heterogeneous group of skin diseases: allergic dermatitis, toxicermy, eczema, atopic dermatitis, urticaria. Inflammation of the superficial layers of the skin, predisposing factors. Microbial eczema. Quincke's edema, atopic cheilitis, toxicermy.

presentation, added 12.06.2012

Etiology and pathogenesis of an allergic reaction. Stages of development of different types of hypersensitivity. Laboratory diagnostics, determination of antibodies to suspected allergens in the patient's blood. A group of diseases characterized by the development of blisters.

presentation, added on 01/03/2016

Normal immune response to substancesantigenic nature. The mechanism of development of anaphylactic shock, its clinical manifestations. The causes of edema Quincke. Types and forms of drug allergy. Diagnosis of multiforme exudative erythema.

presentation, added on 09/02/2013

Immunological mechanisms of development in childrenfood allergies - an allergic reaction to food. Dermatitis, hives, angioedema. Differential diagnosis of food allergy associated with the use of various products.

presentation, added on 12/22/2014

Anaphylactic and anaphylactoid reactions. Anti-shock and anti-allergic therapy. Causes, symptoms, complications and treatment of Quincke's edema. Determination of tryptase in serum. Clinic, etiology and emergency measures for anaphylactic shock.

Abstract, added on 01/06/2015

General information about allergies as increasedsensitivity of the body to the effects of environmental factors. Description exudative-catarrhal diathesis, anaphylactic shock, acute urticaria and edema Quincke. Prevention of allergic diseases.

abstract, added on 12/30/2013

Substances that can cause a state of allergy. Immune reactions of the body. Formation of antigen-specific clones. Hypersensitivity reactions of delayed type. The stage of pathophysiological changes. Basic methods of treatment of allergic diseases.

essay, added on 10/07/2013

Classification of allergic reactions. Reagine mechanism on the surface of membranes of basophils and mast cells. Slower reaction. The mechanism of exposure of the ingested allergen to sensitized lymphocytes with the secretion of various mediators.

presentation, added on May 24, 2014

Pyelonephritis - inflammation of the kidney tissue. Etiology, pathogenesis, clinic and classification of the disease. Acute and chronic pyelonephritis. Complication and prognosis. Diagnosis, treatment and prevention. Nursing for the sick. Results of clinical observation.

course work, added 11/21/2012