5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- plasma %
- Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC)
- Coarctation of the aorta
- International Normalized Ratio (INR)
- Universal Recipient
- a Type AB
- 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.
- c 55%: colorless watery fluid of blood and lymph containing no cells and in which erythrocytes and leukocytes and platelets are suspended
- d 0.7-1.8 World Health Organization recommends PT results now include the use of the INR value;
- e Results in hypertension of the arms
5 Multiple choice questions
- 2%-6% 100-600 Increased in the recovery phase of bacterial infections, chronic inflammatory conditions, and monocytic leukemia
- Failure of the heart to supply an adequate amount of blood to tissues and organs
- Risk for injury r/t osteoporosis & lytic lesions; Pain r/t disease process; Deficient fluid volume r/t impaired renal function.
- 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
- blood pressure
5 True/False questions
Lymphocytes → 20%-40% 1000-4000 Increased in infectious mononucleosis, measles, certain viruses, infectious hepatitis, and lymphocytic leukemia; decreased in AIDS, lupus erythematosus, and Hodgkin's disease
Hodgkin's Disease → Men 25-40 SMOKERS, best thing to do is to quit smoking.
Bleeding time → 1-9 minutes Amount of time for a small stab wound to stop bleeding, prolonged in hemorragic disease or with coagulation factor defect
WBC → a clot that breaks loose and travels through the bloodstream.
systole → the two atria contract while the two ventricles relax. When the ventricles contract, the two atria relax. The phase of contraction is called: