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5 Matching questions

  1. agranulocytes
  2. ratio of hematocrit to hemoglobin
  3. Weber Test
  4. potassium: K test
  5. Veins in forearm
  1. a mineral To assist in diagnosis of acid-base-water balance
  2. b no visible granules: lymphocytes, monocytes
  3. c On diagram we were given: Cephalic on thumb side of arm: Just cepahilic nearest elbow, median cephalic branch coming to point in "m", supplementary cephalic as cephalic continues toward wrist. Heel of hand side: Basilic closest to elbow, median basilic branch to point in "m", Near wrist: median antebrachial fairly central of 3 veins but slightly closer toward edge of arm by heel of hand
  4. d hemoglobin is normally one third of the amount of the hematocrit 3 to 1, 3:1 HcT to HgB ex: HcT 45, expect HgB 15 or vice versa 1 to 3, 1:3 HgB to HcT ex: HgB 12, expect HcT 36
  5. e hearing test using a tuning fork; distinguishes between conductive and sensorineural hearing loss

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. normocytic - normal in size and shape, normochromic - normal in color and, thus, in hemoglobin content,
    microcytic - smaller than normal,
    macrocytic - larger than normal,
    hypochromic - paler in color than normal (indicating insufficient hemoglobin), hyperchromic - deeper in color than normal, anisocytosis - abnormal variations in size, poiklocyte - abnormally shaped
  2. hemoglobin
  3. white blood cell or white blood cell count
  4. Thrombocytes/Platelets
  5. mean cell hemoglobin concentration - ave. concentration of hemoglobin in red cells. when level is low, the cell is hypochromic, high level cells would be hyperchromic, normal range cells would be normochromic; range 32-36 g/dL. Helps categorize anemia as hypochromic or normochromic.

5 True/False questions

  1. HgBa1chemoglobin A1C test; measure glucose control over last 3 months;
    diabetes patients would be tested, ; does not substitute for regularly measuring daily levels, can be run from fingerstick sample, measures glycohemoglobin, fructosamine, glycosylated proteins

          

  2. poikilocytosislargest size WBC that are found in the blood, can phagocytize, but have no granules. Able to enter the tissue, change shape, and become macrophages to eat foreign invaders: bacteria, etc.

          

  3. iron: Fe testmineral To assist in diagnosis of anemia

          

  4. Testicular ExamOn diagram we were given: Cephalic on thumb side of arm: Just cepahilic nearest elbow, median cephalic branch coming to point in "m", supplementary cephalic as cephalic continues toward wrist. Heel of hand side: Basilic closest to elbow, median basilic branch to point in "m", Near wrist: median antebrachial fairly central of 3 veins but slightly closer toward edge of arm by heel of hand

          

  5. Tests included in a CBCtests performed to assess the compatibility of blood to be transfused

          

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