5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- otitis externa
- what causes hemolysis?
- Cardiac enzymes
- H & H
- a loose connections on the vaccuum tube assembly: if the connection between the needle holder and the double-pointed needle or the syringe and needle is loose, air can enter the sample and cause frothing, ensure that all connections are tight before beginning the venipuncture
- b hematocrit and hemoglobin
- c complex protein molecules found only in the heart muscle. samples can be taken via blood to determine the amount of the heart disease or damage; Creatine kinase, lactate dehydronenase, and creatine phosphokinase are released into the blood when myocardial cells die
- d A sexually transmitted bacterial disease caused by a gonococcus bacterium that causes inflammation of the genital mucous membrane, burning pain when urinating, and a discharge; tends to coexist with chlamydia, symptoms similar to acute urethritis and epididymitis; Gonorrhea (neisseria gonorrhoeae) bacterial:
Dysuria, thick cloudy or bloody discharge from penis, dysuria and urinary frequencyCurable with antibiotic therapy cefixime (Suprax), azythromycin, doxycycline
- e acute infection of external ear canal (swimmers ear), prolonged exposure to moisture is a precipitating factor
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- partial thromboplastin time; test of blood plasma to detect clotting factors not dependent on Vitamin K/potassium (intrinsic clotting factors) screens for hemophilia
- plunger, flange, barrel, hub, hilt, shaft, lumen, bevel, point
- hemolytic disease of the newborn (erythroblastosis fetalis) usually occurs in the second Rh+ pregnancy, but can occur in the first; also called hydrops or blue baby syndrome
- 3 types: ammonium, lithium, sodium heparin inhibits the thrombin formation preventing coagulation green-top tube, some royal blue tubes LH causes least test interference except for lithium level tests; SH can't be used for electrolyte tests
- no visible granules: lymphocytes, monocytes
5 True/False Questions
potassium: K test → mineral To assist in diagnosis of acid-base-water balance
red blood cell count → Red cell indices detect abnormalities in erythrocyte size, shape, color. 3 common are as follows: MCV (mean corpuscular volume index); MCH (mean corpuscular hemoglobin); MCHC (mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration)
Blood type Distribution US → Recipient Blood Type O (no antigens) Plasma antibodies: Anti-A & Anti-B is compatible with Donor Type O.
Recipient Blood Type A (A antigen) Plasma antibodies: Anti-B is compatible with Donor Type O and A.
Recipient Blood Type B (B antigen) Plasma antibodies: Anti-A is compatible with Donor Type O and B.
Recipient Blood Type AB (AB antigen) Plasma antibodies: none is compatible with Donor Type O, A, B, and AB.
finger stick glucose values compared with venipuncture glucose values → unknown,
not as reliable?
total cholesterol level → less than 200