1. legally prescribed drugs.
2. vitamin or mineral supplements.
3. any medication not requiring a prescription (over-the-counter items).
4. herbal treatments.
1. It is an obligate intracellular parasite.
2. It contains RNA.
3. It usually causes nausea and vomiting.
4. There are three subtypes: A, B, C.
1. decreased hemoglobin.
3. bone pain with increased activity.
2. Smoking cigarettes
3. History of coronary artery disease
4. Diabetes mellitus
1. It involves the conjunctiva.
2. It is highly contagious.
3. It is commonly known as “pinkeye.”
4. It usually causes keratitis and permanent visual loss.
serum bicarbonate 36.5 mmol/L (normal range: 22-28)
PCO2 75 mm Hg (normal range: 35-45)
serum pH 7.0
1. It is often the first manifestation of hepatitis.
2. Jaundice indicates permanent liver damage.
3. Individuals with hepatitis are always jaundiced.
4. Jaundice usually develops with hepatocellular carcinoma.
1. atrial natriuretic hormone.
2. antidiuretic hormone.
4. the levels of bicarbonate ion.
1. reduce the adverse effects.
2. guarantee that all cancer cells are destroyed.
3. be effective in more phases of the cell cycle.
4. totally block the mitotic stage.
1. obstruction of a tube or duct.
2. anemia and weight loss.
3. cell necrosis and ulceration.
4. tumor markers in the circulation.
1. Presence of rheumatoid factor in the blood
2. High fever and skin rash
3. Swollen painful knees, wrists, and elbows
4. Deformity of the hands and feet
1. Reduced rate of mitosis
2. Inadequate circulation
3. High risk of infection
4. More effective immune system
1. Orthostatic hypotension
2. Increased blood pressure and increased heart rate
3. Increased risk of both thrombi and emboli
4. Rapid, deep respirations
3. sympathetic nervous system.
4. adrenal glands.
a. a particulate such as asbestos.
b. gaseous, such as sulfur dioxide.
c. a solvent, such as benzene.
a. Loss of sensation Incorrectx
b. Lethargy and confusion
c. Vascular occlusions
d. A and C