Response to Shuchi Parikh`s Post

Responseto Shuchi Parikh’s Post

Responseto Shuchi Parikh’s Post

Notably,Parikh’s post is engaging, intricate, relevant, and succinct.Commendably, she does not fail to notice that since RT has a historyof previous reactions the adaptive immunity is what triggers theinflammatory response. Mak et al. (2014) explain that the adaptiveimmunity of human beings comprises cells that retain memory ofprevious infections, which helps the body to respond faster duringrecurrence. Therefore, Parikh’s implication of memory cells afternoting the patient’s recurrent history has a theoretical basis.Besides, she proceeds to cite the bee stinger as an allergen thattriggers a hypersensitive reaction in RT’s body, hence, causing thecontained swelling where he was stung this further demonstrates herdeductive prowess, as well as her mastery of the body’s defensemechanism.

Furthermore,Parikh’s explanations for the swelling on the subject’s arm areintelligible and scientifically logical. For instance, she attributesa significant part of the swelling on RT’s arm to the activation ofthe other complement systems by the plasma protein system. From thisground, she proceeds to explain that RT’s hypersensitivity was ananaphylactic reaction that was induced by the activation of all thesystems with little containment of the body’s biochemicalmediators this shows that she employs deductive reasoning, which isvital in a variety of clinical settings.

Lastly,Parikh displays a good use of relevant research materials to supporther arguments. For instance, she posits that some of the symptomsthat RT displays are affiliated with bradykinins. To support herdiagnosis, she presents Nubert et al.’s (2011) finding that ACEinhibitors reduce the clearance of bradykinins that are producedduring anaphylactic reactions in the body via reducing cardiac copingto hypovolemia. Essentially, this is an acceptable reason for RT’ssymptomatic tightness in breathings. Additionally, she uses McCanceand Huether’s (2014) findings to support her claim that when thestinger penetrated RT’s skin, it breached his first line ofdefense. Overall, Parikh seemingly makes an accurate analysis of RT’sself –defense techniques, as well as his hypersensitive reaction.

References

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McCance,K. L., &amp Huether, S. E. (2014). Pathophysiology:The biologic basis for disease in adults and children. St.Louis, Missouri: Elsevier, 2014.

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