5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Hemolytic disease of the newborn (HDN)
- Red blood count (RBC)
- a 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.
- b number of red blood cells per microliter of blood
- c Production of red blood cells. Stem cells form proerythroblasts which become early (basophilic erythroblasts), then intermediate (polychromatics), then late erythroblasts, extrusion of nucleus becomes reticulocytes, normally 1-3%
- d Immunity, increase due to viral infection, smallest, stimulate production of antibodies
- e stoppage of bleeding caused by coagulation of blood, platelet plug formation, and vascular spasm
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- TRANSPORTS gases, nutrients, waste products, processed and regulatory molecules. REGULATES pH and osmosis. MAINTAINS body temp, PROTECTS against foreign substances. Clot formation.
- Transport of gases by oxygenated hemoglobin. 98.5% of the oxygen carried to various tissues of the body is carried by hemoglobin. The remaining 1.5% is dissolved in the fluid portion of blood. Fetal hemoglobin has a greater affinity for oxygen than adult hemoglobin.
- Develop into red blood cells
- determine the ABO and Rh blood groups of the same sample. Cross match is made...
- Small phagocytic cells, most common
5 True/False Questions
Carboxyhemoglobin → Transport of gases by hemoglobin without oxygen.
Common pathway → extrinsic and intrinsic pathways converge. Prothrombinase-> prothrombi-> thrombin which converts fibrinogen to insoluble protein fibrin forming a fibrous network of the clot
Rh Blood Group → rhesus monkeys first studied, people are positive with the Rh antigen, negative without it. People that are positive have D antigens on their red blood cells. Antibodies against the Rh-antigen do not develop unless Rh-negative person is exposed to Rh-positive blood.
Megakaryoblasts → Develop into platelets
Anticoagulants → Develop into lymphocytes