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Chapter 1
Immunology Review I: Cells of the Immune System

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Below is a brief pretest. Please start now by answering these 2 questions:

1.Which of the following sets of monitoring tests should be performed on patients receiving cyclosporine?
Complete blood count, metabolic panel including creatinine, urinalysis, and blood pressure measurement
Complete blood count, and metabolic and hepatic panel
Complete blood count and liver function tests
Complete blood count, metabolic profile, and liver biopsy after a threshold cumulative dose
2.How often do you currently use each of the following clinical practice strategies?
  Always Very Often Sometimes Not Very Often Never N/A
Use the appropriate strength topical corticosteroid for a given condition.
Consider the pregnancy category of any drug administered to a pregnant woman or a woman who may become pregnant.
Use conventional immunosuppressants to decrease the dose of corticosteroids in patients requiring chronic immunosuppressive therapy.
Monitor patients who are receiving methotrexate by performing a complete metabolic panel and complete blood count with differential every 1 to 3 months.
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