5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Hemolytic disease of the newborn (HDN)
- a introduction of a fluid other than blood, a saline or glucose solution, into the blood
- b 4% Responsible for formation of blood clots. (also platelets)
- c Consists of 4 globin molecules that transport carbon dioxide (carbonic anhydrase involved) and nitric oxide; AND 4 heme molecules that transport oxygen (Iron is required for oxygen transport )
- d Liquid part of blood. Pale yellow made up of 91% water, 9% solutes. Has colloid suspension.
- e also called erythroblastoisis fetalis: if mother produces exposed to a fetus who is Rh positive when she is negative, she will develop anti-Rh antibodies that cross the placenta and cause agglutination and hemolysis of fetal red blood cells.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Reduce inflammation, most likely to respond to a PARASITIC infection, increased due to ALLERGIES or inflammation
- how long it takes for blood to start clotting, usually 9-12 seconds
- Develop into lymphocytes
- TRANSPORTS gases, nutrients, waste products, processed and regulatory molecules. REGULATES pH and osmosis. MAINTAINS body temp, PROTECTS against foreign substances. Clot formation.
- 58% of the plasma proteins. Important in regulation of water movement between tissues and blood. Maintains water balance.
5 True/False questions
Erythropoietin → Hormone from the kidneys that stimulates RBC production-about 2.5 million per second to replace the 2.5 million being lost every second - 0.00001 % of the total number of RBC's. RBC's stay in circulation 110-120 days.
Differential white blood cell count → percentage of each of the five kinds of white blood cells in the WBC.
Carbonic acid → Liquid containing suspended substances that don't settle out. 58% Albumin, 38% Globulins, 4% Fibrinogen, and other solutes such as nutrients, waste products, gases, regulatory substances, and ions.
Complete blood count (CBC) → number of red blood cells per microliter of blood
Transfusion → introduction of a fluid other than blood, a saline or glucose solution, into the blood