Drugs in Immune Disorders, Allergy & Anaphylaxis ILOs
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Drugs in Immune Disorders, Allergy & Anaphylaxis ILOs

This quiz will test your understanding of the benefits of drugs activating the immune response in controlling immunodeficiency, preventing infection, treating graft rejection, autoimmune disorders, and allergic diathesis. It will also evaluate your knowledge of the mechanisms of action of these drugs.

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Explain the benefits of drugs activating the immune response in controlling immunodeficiency and preventing infection.

Drugs activating the immune response can help boost basal immunity to fight against infections and inflammation, or activate suppressed immune response in cases of immunodeficiency or cancer, thereby preventing infections and controlling immunodeficiency.

How can drugs acting on allergic pathways be selected for different allergic diseases?

Drugs acting on allergic pathways can be selected based on their mechanism of action and their ability to block the effect of allergic mediators, to control different allergic diathesis.

What is the role of anti-allergics in controlling exaggerated responses to non-pathogenic antigens that manifest as type I Immediate Hypersensitivity reactions?

Anti-allergics are used to control exaggerated responses to non-pathogenic antigens by blocking the effect of allergic mediators, thereby controlling type I Immediate Hypersensitivity reactions.

What are immunostimulants and how are they used in therapeutics?

<p>Immunostimulants are used to boost basal immunity when fighting against infections and inflammation, or to activate suppressed immune response as in immunodeficiency or cancer.</p> Signup and view all the answers

How are immunosuppressants used to control hyper or exaggerated immune reactions?

<p>Immunosuppressants are used to control hyper or exaggerated immune reactions by dampening the immune response, especially in cases of graft rejection and autoimmune disorders.</p> Signup and view all the answers

Which type of drugs are used to boost basal immunity and activate suppressed immune response in cases of immunodeficiency or cancer?

<p>Immunostimulants</p> Signup and view all the answers

What is the primary purpose of anti-allergics in controlling exaggerated responses to non-pathogenic antigens that manifest as type I Immediate Hypersensitivity reactions?

<p>Blocking the effect of allergic mediators</p> Signup and view all the answers

In the context of immune disorders, which type of drugs are used to control hyper or exaggerated immune reactions?

<p>Immunosuppressants</p> Signup and view all the answers

Which phase of immune response do drugs activating immune response primarily target in the control and treatment of graft rejection and autoimmune disorders?

<p>Effector phase</p> Signup and view all the answers

What are the benefits of drugs activating immune response in controlling cases of immunodeficiency and preventing infection?

<p>Boosting basal immunity</p> Signup and view all the answers

Which type of drugs are used to boost basal immunity and activate suppressed immune response in cases of immunodeficiency or cancer?

<p>Immunostimulants</p> Signup and view all the answers

What is the primary purpose of anti-allergics in controlling exaggerated responses to non-pathogenic antigens that manifest as type I Immediate Hypersensitivity reactions?

<p>Blocking the effect of allergic mediators</p> Signup and view all the answers

In the context of immune disorders, which type of drugs are used to control hyper or exaggerated immune reactions?

<p>Immunosuppressants</p> Signup and view all the answers

How can drugs acting on allergic pathways be selected for different allergic diseases?

<p>Based on their mechanism of blocking the effect of allergic mediators</p> Signup and view all the answers

Which phase of immune response do drugs activating immune response primarily target in the control and treatment of graft rejection and autoimmune disorders?

<p>Proliferative phase</p> Signup and view all the answers

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