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  1. Protime
  2. Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate Reference Values
  3. decreased hematocrit level caused by
  4. Leukocytes
  5. anemia
  1. a a condition marked by the deficiency of RBCs
  2. b White blood cells, WBCs, Subtypes: neutrophils, basophils, eosinophils, lymphocytes, and monocytes
  3. c Westergren method (mm/hr)
    men 50 yrs or older 0-15
    men to 49 yrs 0-20,
    women 50 yrs or older 0-20
    men to 49 yrs 0-30
    put normal range on SOAP notes
    from book
  4. d Prothrombin time; measures clotting factors dependent on vitamin K for production. (extrinsic clotting factors) To detect/diagnose a bleeding disorder and see how well prescribed blood thinners are working. ie coumadin; normal range for someone NOT on coumadin 10-14 seconds
  5. e anemia or prescence of bleeding; high levels would be caused by dehydration or polycythemia vera A low hematocrit is referred to as being anemic. There are many reasons for anemia. Some of the more common reasons are loss of blood (traumatic injury, surgery, bleeding colon cancer), nutritional deficiency (iron, vitamin B12, folate), bone marrow problems (replacement of bone marrow by cancer, suppression by chemotherapy drugs, kidney failure), and abnormal hematocrit (sickle cell anemia)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. instrument used for visual examination of the ear; An otoscope is an instrument which is used to look into the ear canal. The ear speculum (a cone-shaped viewing piece of the otoscope) is slowly inserted into the ear canal while looking into the otoscope. The speculum is angled slightly toward the person's nose to follow the canal. A light beam extends beyond the viewing tip of the speculum. The otoscope is gently moved to different angles to view the canal walls and eardrum.
  2. alcohol preparation: transfer of alcohol into the specimen causes hemolysis; allow venipuncture site to dry completely
  3. enzyme found mostly in liver, also kidney to detect liver disease
  4. Iron, TIBC, Ferritin, Transferrin
  5. excessive amounts of sodium in the blood

5 True/False questions

  1. polyALT (SGPT) - Alanine Aminotransferase or Serum Glutamic Pyruvic Transaminase is the most specific indicator of liver disease and is elevated in cirrhosis, hepatitis, neuromuscular status or any arrhythmias and liver cancer.

          

  2. microhematocrit tube 3 layersblood test to determine the percentage of red blood cells within the volume of blood, performed by measuring after centrifuging to separate elements, average of the 2 measures from 2 separate microhematocrit tubes, used to screen for anemia F-36-45% M-42-52%

          

  3. ODboth eyes, Oculus Uterque

          

  4. plasmaProthrombin time; measures clotting factors dependent on vitamin K for production. (extrinsic clotting factors) To detect/diagnose a bleeding disorder and see how well prescribed blood thinners are working. ie coumadin; normal range for someone NOT on coumadin 10-14 seconds

          

  5. Neutrophil segmented (mature) Characteristics0-15 ㎛, nucleus shape:2-5 lobes connected by threadlike filaments, coarse nucleus structure; abundant colorless to light pink cytoplasm; Inclusions: many tiny tan, pink or red-purple granules

          

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