NAME

Question types


Start with


Question limit

of 60 available terms

Advertisement Upgrade to remove ads
Print test

5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. White blood cells functions
  2. Leukocytosis
  3. thrombosis
  4. Blood Clot
  5. Hemoglobin Breakdown
  1. a Protect body against microorganisms and remove dead cells and debris, infection. Can level the blood vessels. work like an ameoba.
  2. b 1. RBC life span - 105 to 120 days
    2. Damaged RBCs removed by spleen & liver
    3. Broken down into heme & globin
    4. Globin - amino acids
    5. Heme - (iron mostly)
    a. Biliverdin (green) by product, breaks down bilirubin
    b. Bilirubin (yellow) by product of iron
    Bruise - break down hemoglobin
    spleen - remove any damaged RBCs, WBCs & platelets
  3. c 1. A network of threadlike fibrin fibers, trapped blood cells, platelets and fluid
    2. Clot retraction. Fibrin threads of clot attached to blood vessel walls.
    a. Platelets produce processes that attach to fibrin threads.
    b. Actin and myosin molecules within platelets contract, pulling edges of wound together and squeezing out serum.
  4. d High WBC count (above 10,000)
    Note: don't need to know the numbers
  5. e Stationary clot

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. too many platelets (too much clotting)
  2. Type O
    Neither antigen A nor antigen B on RBC
    Both anti-A and anti-B antibodies in serum
  3. 1. too many RBCs
    2. dehydration
  4. 1. Hematocrit
    2. Hemoglobin concentration
    3. Total count for RBCs, reticulocytes, WBCs, and platelets
    4. Differential WBC count
    5. RBC size and hemoglobin concentration per RBC
  5. 1. Decreased blood oxygen causes kidneys and liver to release erythropoietin ---> stimulates bone marrow & says make more RBCs (negative feedback loop)
    2. Vitamin B12, folic acid and iron necessary - lack of could cause anemia
    2. kidneys are primary control. how many RBCs there are & they ultimately release erythropoietin. Kidneys measure O2 content

5 True/False questions

  1. embolusStationary clot

          

  2. Lymphocytes1. in blood
    2. Leave circulation & become macrophages.
    3. Mobile and highly PHAGOCYTIC cells (don't die after cleanup)
    4. Capable of engulfing large bacterial organisms & viral infected cells
    5. Account for 3-8% of the WBC.

          

  3. Red blood cells functionsTransport of oxygen and carbon dioxide

          

  4. Formation of WBC1. Stimulated by colony stimulating factor
    2. ones that die signal to make new ones
    3. interleukin = cause WBC formation

          

  5. White Blood Cell Counts1. Procedure used to count number of WBCs per cubic millimeter of blood
    a. 5,000 - 10,000 per cubic millimeter of blood
    2. Leukopenia
    a. Low WBC count (below 5,000)
    3. Leukocytosis
    a. High WBC count (above 10,000)
    4. Differential WBC count
    a. Lists percentages of types of leukocytes

          

Create Set