Immunity

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What are the 4 signs of inflammation

Heat
Swelling
Redness
Pain

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A severe allergic reaction shock is called

Encephalitic Shock

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What is an antibody

Immunoglobulins produced by the immune system in response to bacteria, virus or antigenic

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If you had chickenpox whats the immunity called?

Naturally Active Immunity

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What is a pathogen?

an infection caused by microbes

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What steroid is produced w/stress?

Cortical

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Whats a Titer?

It's a blood test that checks your immune status to vaccinations or diseases you may have received in the past.

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What are chemical barriers ?

sweat, tears, saliva

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What is rubella?

German Measles

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Whats another name for chicken-pox?

Vercella

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Whats another name for whooping cough?

Pertussis

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How would you describe B-Cells

Antibody: they make immunity

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Mechanical barriers are?

Skin
Mucus membranes

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Interferon's are produced by what antigen?

Virus

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What cells increase to an allergic reaction?

Neosintophils

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Antigen

a foreign substance that causes the production of a specific antibody

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Genitic Immunity

Inborn, innate, or species immunity

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Acquired Immunity

Received during a lifetime, this comes either naturally or artificially

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Natural Acquired Immunity

You can get this by getting the disease

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Passive Natural

occurs during pregnancy, when antibodies are passed from the maternal blood into the fetal bloodstream

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Natural Active

occurs when the person is exposed to a live pathogen, develops the disease, and becomes immune as a result of the primary immune response

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Active Immunity

results from the production of antibodies by the immune system in response to the presence of an antigen.

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Artificially Active Immunity

induced by a vaccine, a substance that contains the antigen.