Flashcards in level 4 test 3 9/23 Deck (11):
B Tx early ABT & antitoxin VAC-Military only. STANDARD
Inhalation: SOB, fever, N/V, shock, respiratory failure,
Toxins cause hemorrhage + lung tissue destruction
Cutaneous: Black depressed ulcer Intestinal: Hematemesis, Diarrhea
B DROPLET Tx-early ABT. NO VAC. Bubonic: extreme lymph node pain + swelling Pneumonic: chest pain, hemoptysis
Septic: Most deadly form. RAT -FLEE-BACTERIA
V, DROPLET tx-supportive care has vaccine.Pox (pustular vesicles lesions) all in same stage of development. Mostly head +extremities Fever, HA, back ache, vomiting
B. STANDARD. TX-early ABT NO VAC. Flu-like symptoms (fever, chills, HA, cough) red + swollen eyes, skin ulcers, swollen painful lymph, pneumonia.
B. STANDARD TX-antitoxin, mechanical vent and supportive. No Vac.Difficulty speaking, seeing, + swallowing.
Drooping eyelids, weakness in trunk moving to limbs.
Paralysis --> Respiratory Failure
Viral Hemorrhagic Fever Ebola & Marburg virus
V AIRBORNE. TX- SUPPORTIVE care,possibly some antiviral NO VAC.Hemorrhage of tissues and organs, N/V, shock, fever, HA
Acute Radiation Syndrome
VERY SMALL PARTICLES STANDARD. Tx reverse isolation, remove clothes and cleanse skins, potassium iodine NO VAC.3 phases: Prodromal, Latent, Illness Symptoms dependent on dose of radiation – Bone marrow suppression-RBC, ↓WBC, ↓Platelets N/V, bleeding, bruising GI symptoms + Neuro
water seal bubbling
air leak bad
heart is failing. Increase wedge pressure (preload R), cvp (preload L) TX-CVP monitor, limit fluids, positive imatropic-dopamine and vasodilator
systemic inflammatory response to a documented or suspected infection