Advertisement Upgrade to remove ads

one of 2 connective tissues

blood

t/f blood is slightly alkaline

true

plasma protiens in the blood

albumin, globulin, fibrinogen

each rbc contains about 280 million hg mollecules that bind to each

4 oxygen molecules

rbc secretion is controlled by hormones

iron, amino acids, and b vitimins

these produce epo

kidney and liver

stimulate epo production

hemorrage, iron deficiency, high altitude

life span of red blood cell is

120 - 100 days

where do rbcs go after they die

spleen

anemia is caused by

hemorrage
hemolysis
aplastic
iron deficiency
pernicous anemia
abnomormal hb

not the number of RBCS that determine they should be made but

oxygen carrying capabilites

there are 4,800-10,000 wbcs per

microliter of blood

there are 4 million to -5million rbc

in microliter of blood

Leukocytosis is if there is greater than 11,000

wbc per microliter of blood

wbcs are much shorter lived than

rbcs

these cells fight virus infected cells and tumor cells

lymphoctes

neturophis

chemically attracted to sites of inflammation and phagocytose bacteria and FUNGI

monocytes

become macrophages which eat viruses, bacteria, and fight chronic inffections

leads in the counter attack of parasitc worms ingested in food

eosinophilos

basophils

histamine

monocytes

u shaped

easoinophil

phone

leukemia

rbm is occupied by canerous leukocyts and immature wbcs which conjest the blood streem. decreases production of platelets and rbcs, overwhelming infections, internal hemorages, accute in children and chronic in adult

megakaryotes survive about

10 days

final cleant up is

fibrionlysis

warafin (coumadin)

clot thinner

aspirin

inhibits platelet agregation

herapin

anticoagulant

thrombocytopenia

defiicent number of circulating plateltiets. less than 50,000 / mm3 . widespread hemmorage, due to destruction or suppresion of bone marrow. treated with concentration of platelets

most common type of hemophilla is

a, then b, then c. m

mild type of hemophillia is

type c

symptoms include prolonged bleeding, esp. into joint cavities

hemophillia

elastic arteries

thick walled arteries near the heart. limit pressure and have no role in vasoconstriction

muscular arteris

to specific body organs

arterioles

single layer of smoth arteries. SMALLEST of the arteries.

most common capillary

continuous. abundant in skin and musclkes, contian tight junction w/small cleft. only exception is the brain

capillaries found in kidneys and intestine

fenestrated

capillares sinunoid

only found in liver, bone marrow, adrenal medulla and lypmphoid tissue

collatoral channels

arteriold connect to proved multiple pathways of blood to an organ

veins have much less

smooth muslce and connective tissue than an artery

veins are often thinner and

bigger than an artery

65 percent of blood is found in

veins

all arteries run deep and are protected wheares many

veins are superficieal

higher number is

systolic pressure

lower number is

diastolic presure

venous pathways are more

interconnected

blood flow

volume of blood flowing through a vessel, whatever

blood flow is equal to

cardiac output ml/min

F is equal

to change of P/ R

systole

ventricles contract

diastole

ventrical relax

Please allow access to your computer’s microphone to use Voice Recording.

Having trouble? Click here for help.

We can’t access your microphone!

Click the icon above to update your browser permissions above and try again

Example:

Reload the page to try again!

Reload

Press Cmd-0 to reset your zoom

Press Ctrl-0 to reset your zoom

It looks like your browser might be zoomed in or out. Your browser needs to be zoomed to a normal size to record audio.

Please upgrade Flash or install Chrome
to use Voice Recording.

For more help, see our troubleshooting page.

Your microphone is muted

For help fixing this issue, see this FAQ.

Star this term

You can study starred terms together

NEW! Voice Recording

Create Set