Unveiling Hypersensitivity Type 1

Unveiling Hypersensitivity type 1, also known as immediate hypersensitivity, is an allergic reaction triggered by an overzealous response of the immune system to a harmless substance mistakenly perceived as a threat. This reaction, often sudden and intense, can cause a range of symptoms depending on the allergen (allergy-causing substance) and the individual’s sensitivity. What Triggers

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Understanding Distributive Shock

Distributive shock, also known as vasodilatory shock, is a life-threatening condition triggered by a malfunction in the body’s blood flow regulation system. Normally, blood vessels constrict and dilate to maintain optimal blood pressure and deliver oxygen-rich blood throughout the body. However, in distributive shock, this process becomes disrupted. Understanding the distributive shock is more important.

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Understanding Hypersensitivity Type 3

Understanding Hypersensitivity type 3, also known as immune complex mediated hypersensitivity, arises when the body’s attempt to fight off infection or foreign substances backfires. This occurs when immune complexes, formed by antibodies binding to antigens (foreign molecules), accumulate in various tissues.  These complexes trigger an inflammatory response, damaging tissues and leading to a range of

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 Titrimetry, also known as Titration is a procedure in which definite volumes of solutions of known and unknown concentration react with each other. Some important terms in titrimetry a) Titre/Titrate/Analyte – The substance of unknown concentration. b) Titrant – The substance dissolved in solution of known concentration. c) Standard solution – A solution with known



Introduction to Acids and Bases We encounter acids and bases in our daily life. For example, excess acid production in the stomach leads to acidity .Antacids are bases that reduce acidity. The three main important theories in Chemistry which define acids and bases are- 1. Arrhenius Theory of Acids and Bases    According to Arrhenius



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