________________________________________Week 6Quiz 100% all answers are in BOLDQuestion 1 (1 point) Question 1 SavedBoth iron and folate are vital to meet both the woman’s needs and those of the developing baby. They play an active role in the development of:A) ErythrocytesB) LeukocytesC) NeutrophilsD) PlateletsQuestion 2 (1 point) Question 2 SavedWithin the first year of life, it is normal for a childs:A) Reticulocyte count to riseB) Platelet count to fallC) Lymphocyte count to riseD) Eosinophil count to fallQuestion 3 (1 point) Question 3 SavedA 63-year-old woman with diabetes notes that she has a general feeling of tiredness and a loss of appetite. The physician collects a CBC in addition to normal diabetic laboratory tests. The results indicate an anemia, and she is referred to a hematologist. The hematologist reviews her laboratory findings and begins to explain her diagnosis of megaloblastic anemia. Further testing indicates that the woman suffers from a vitamin B12 deficiency or PA. This condition is often associated with:A) Chronic gastritisB) ThalassemiaC) ThalassemiaD) Inadequate dietary intakeQuestion 4 (1 point) Question 4 SavedThe treatment for iron overload isA) Vitamin C supplementsB) PhlebotomyC) AspirinD) PlasmapheresisQuestion 5 (1 point) Question 5 UnsavedDIC is secondary to a wide variety of well-defined clinical conditions, specifically those that activate the clotting cascade. The clotting may result in the consumption of platelets, and clotting factors may lead to severe bleeding that is caused by:A) Endothelial damageB) Lack of thrombin productionC) Increased synthesis of thrombomodulinD) Platelet activation________________________________________Week 5100% Answers are in BOLDQuizNote: It is recommended that you save your response as you complete each question.Question 1 (1 point) Question 1 UnsavedWhich statement best describes the major characteristic of bronchiolitis?A)           Destruction of lung parenchyma and collapse of distal airwaysB)            Obstruction by eosinophilic mucous plugs in the upper airwayC)            Widespread inflammation of the bronchiolesD)           Extensive constriction of the bronchiolesQuestion 2 (1 point) Question 2 UnsavedWhich of the following physiologic abnormalities is characteristic of emphysema?A)           Extensive inflammation of the lower airwaysB)            Trapping of air in distal air sacsC)            Widespread occurrence of bronchial plugsD)           collapse of proximal airwaysQuestion 3 (1 point) Question 3 UnsavedWhich of the following describes an asthma that is common in children and adolescents, with bronchospasm occurring within 3 minutes of activity?A)           Occupational-inducedB)            Drug-inducedC)            Exercise-inducedD)           Cardiac-inducedQuestion 4 (1 point) Question 4 UnsavedWhich of the following values is consistent with acute respiratory failure?A)           PaO2 of 100 mmHgB)            PaCO2 of 40 mmHgC)            pH less than 7.3D)           pH greater than 7.6Question 5 (1 point) Question 5 UnsavedWhat is the most life-threatening type of croup usually caused by Haemophilus influenzae?A)           Respiratory distress syndromeB)            EpiglottitisC)            Cystic fibrosisD)           Bronchiolitis