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  1. Hemolytic disease of the newborn (HDN)
  2. Red blood count (RBC)
  3. Erythropoiesis
  4. Hemostasis
  5. Lymphocytes
  1. 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.
  2. b number of red blood cells per microliter of blood
  3. 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%
  4. d Immunity, increase due to viral infection, smallest, stimulate production of antibodies
  5. e stoppage of bleeding caused by coagulation of blood, platelet plug formation, and vascular spasm

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. TRANSPORTS gases, nutrients, waste products, processed and regulatory molecules. REGULATES pH and osmosis. MAINTAINS body temp, PROTECTS against foreign substances. Clot formation.
  2. 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.
  3. Develop into red blood cells
  4. determine the ABO and Rh blood groups of the same sample. Cross match is made...
  5. Small phagocytic cells, most common

5 True/False Questions

  1. CarboxyhemoglobinTransport of gases by hemoglobin without oxygen.

          

  2. Common pathwayextrinsic and intrinsic pathways converge. Prothrombinase-> prothrombi-> thrombin which converts fibrinogen to insoluble protein fibrin forming a fibrous network of the clot

          

  3. Rh Blood Grouprhesus 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.

          

  4. MegakaryoblastsDevelop into platelets

          

  5. AnticoagulantsDevelop into lymphocytes

          

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