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5 Matching questions

  1. plasma %
  2. Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC)
  3. Coarctation of the aorta
  4. International Normalized Ratio (INR)
  5. Universal Recipient
  1. a Type AB
  2. b Is a grave coagulopathy resulting from the overstimulation of clotting and anticlotting process in response to disease or injury, septicemia, malignancies, burns, shocks, snake bites. As a result, the initial hypercoagulability is followed by a deficiency in clotting factors with subsequent hypocoagulability and hemorraging.
  3. c 55%: colorless watery fluid of blood and lymph containing no cells and in which erythrocytes and leukocytes and platelets are suspended
  4. d 0.7-1.8 World Health Organization recommends PT results now include the use of the INR value;
  5. e Results in hypertension of the arms

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 2%-6% 100-600 Increased in the recovery phase of bacterial infections, chronic inflammatory conditions, and monocytic leukemia
  2. Failure of the heart to supply an adequate amount of blood to tissues and organs
  3. Risk for injury r/t osteoporosis & lytic lesions; Pain r/t disease process; Deficient fluid volume r/t impaired renal function.
  4. Male: 0-15mm/hr, Female: 0-20mm/hr: rate at which RBCs settle out of a tube of unclotted blood in 1 hour, Increased in tissue destruction; indicates infection when results are compared with elevation in WBC count; This is a fairly reliable indicator of the course of a disease and can therefore be used to monitor disease therapy, especially for inflammatory autoimmune diseases
  5. blood pressure

5 True/False questions

  1. Lymphocytes20%-40% 1000-4000 Increased in infectious mononucleosis, measles, certain viruses, infectious hepatitis, and lymphocytic leukemia; decreased in AIDS, lupus erythematosus, and Hodgkin's disease


  2. Hodgkin's DiseaseMen 25-40 SMOKERS, best thing to do is to quit smoking.


  3. Bleeding time1-9 minutes Amount of time for a small stab wound to stop bleeding, prolonged in hemorragic disease or with coagulation factor defect


  4. WBCa clot that breaks loose and travels through the bloodstream.


  5. systolethe two atria contract while the two ventricles relax. When the ventricles contract, the two atria relax. The phase of contraction is called:


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