Becoming a Nurse Practitioner
CRPS lives in the Sympathetic Nervous System. Any organ or body part attached to the sympathetic system can be affected even if the inciting injury affected only one body part. Both sides of the nervous system work together, one side balancing the other in a delicate symphony of biology. Disruption in one side, causes the other side to compensate. This results in a wide display of symptoms on both sides.
Electrolyte Imbalances in Physiological Needs - Fundamentals of Nursing for Nursing RN
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Hypersensitivities (type I, II, III, IV, V)
Type 1: Plain old allergy (asthma, anaphylaxis, atopy) Type 2: Antibody-dependent, cytotoxic (think of autoimmune hemolytic anemia) Type 3: Immune complex disease (like a lot of the autoimmune conditions: rheumatoid, lupus) Type 4: Delayed/Cell-Mediated (mediated by T cells, T cells are slower to react than antibodies, so this reaction takes a couple days) Type 5: Receptor-mediated autoimmune disease (Graves, myasthenia gravis)