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  1. Hemolytic disease of the newborn (HDN)
  2. Infusion
  3. Plasma
  4. Fibrinogen
  5. Hemoglobin
  1. a introduction of a fluid other than blood, a saline or glucose solution, into the blood
  2. b 4% Responsible for formation of blood clots. (also platelets)
  3. 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 )
  4. d Liquid part of blood. Pale yellow made up of 91% water, 9% solutes. Has colloid suspension.
  5. 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

  1. Reduce inflammation, most likely to respond to a PARASITIC infection, increased due to ALLERGIES or inflammation
  2. how long it takes for blood to start clotting, usually 9-12 seconds
  3. Develop into lymphocytes
  4. TRANSPORTS gases, nutrients, waste products, processed and regulatory molecules. REGULATES pH and osmosis. MAINTAINS body temp, PROTECTS against foreign substances. Clot formation.
  5. 58% of the plasma proteins. Important in regulation of water movement between tissues and blood. Maintains water balance.

5 True/False questions

  1. ErythropoietinHormone 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.


  2. Differential white blood cell countpercentage of each of the five kinds of white blood cells in the WBC.


  3. Carbonic acidLiquid 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.


  4. Complete blood count (CBC)number of red blood cells per microliter of blood


  5. Transfusionintroduction of a fluid other than blood, a saline or glucose solution, into the blood


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