5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Partial Thromboplastin Time (PTT)
- Ligation and stripping
- 500 ml (1 pint)
- a The disease process in which the body's vessles become increasingly occluded by plaques. The plaques narrow the arteries and obstruct the artery and can contribute to hypertensive heart disease. Arteries provide coronary blood flow. Hardened vessels can't dilate properly and , therefore, constrict blood flow.
- b The spleen stores how many milliliters of blood that can be released in emergencies?
- c Used to eliminate varicose veins
- d confusion, anorexia, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, ileus, ocnstitpation and eventaully impaired renal function
- e 60-70 seonds Fibrin clot formation; Detects coagulation defects of the intrinsic system and deficiency of plasma clotting; the appropriate dose of heparin can be monitored by the PTT; possible critical values greater than 100 seconds
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Males: 14-18g/dL Females: 12-16g/dL protein-iron compound contained in the erythrocyte that has bonding capabilities for the transport of oxygen and carbon dioxide
- Deficiency of the number of circulating platelets or change in the function of platelets alters the process of coagulation. It is an abnormal hematological condition in which the number of platelets is reduced to fewer than 150,000/mm3, the risk for bleeding from mucous membranes and in cutaneous sites and internal organs increases. Count is less than 20,000/mm3 significant risk for serious bleeding increases, less than 5000mm3 CNS system or GI hemorrhage can occur. Prevent from trauma and falling.
- Minimal: No limitations, ordinary physical activity doesn't cause undue fatigue, dyspnea, palpitations, or angina
- restlessness, diaphoresis, severe dyspnea, tachypnea, hemoptysis, audible wheezing, and crackles
- Occurs more frequently in individuals who have had a tonsillectomy or appendectomy
5 True/False Questions
Monocytes → 2%-6% 100-600 Increased in the recovery phase of bacterial infections, chronic inflammatory conditions, and monocytic leukemia
International Normalized Ratio (INR) → a weakness of the legs accompanied by cramp-like pains in the calves caused by poor circulation of the arterial blood to the leg muscles.
Right-Sided Heart Failure (ventricular) → Dyspnea, paroxysmal nocturnal dyspea (PND), cough, frothy, blood-tinged sputum, orthopnea, pulmonary crackles (moist popping and cracking sounds heard most often at th end of inspiration), evidence of pulmonary vascular congestion with pleural effusion, as seen on chest radiograph.
occlusion → decreased blood supply ot a body organ or part, often marked by pain and organ dysfunction
Multiple Myeloma → Is a malignanat neoplastic immunodeficiency disease of the bone marrow. The tumor, composed of plasma cells, destroys osseous tissue, especially in flat bones, causing pain, fractures, and skeletal deformities.