5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Complement, C3, C4
- Pap smear, Pap test, cervical smear
- Immunoglobulins: IgM, IgA, IgD, IgG, IgE
- Hgb, hemoglobin, Haemoglobin
- a Crossmatches are performed to make sure donor RBCs are compatible with a patient who requires a transfusion.
- b A few cells from the inside and around the cervix are placed on a glass slide, stained and examined for abnormal cells, either pre-cancer or cancer cells.
- c A lymphatic system test. A group of blood proteins that help antibodies to destroy antigens.
- d A lymphatic system test. Tests the antibodies according to their size and shape.
- e Test where the amount of hemoglobin in a whole blood sample is measured.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A swab taken from the throat is cultured and tested for antibiotic sensitivity.
- Used in the detection of cancer. The use of x-rays to produce a cross sectional picture of body parts such as the brain.
- The percent proportions of the five different types of WBCs are determined. This test can be performed manually by reading a blood smear. ie. Blood is smeared on a glass slide and stained, or electronically with a capable instrumentation.
- A sputum specimen is cultured and tested to see which antibiotics would be effective.
- Measures the rate at which the RBCs settle out in a whole blood sample.
5 True/False Questions
Plt, platelet count → The count of the number of RBCs present in a given volume of whole blood.
RBC, red cell count → The count of the number of platelets present in a given volume of whole blood.
Pleuracentesis → Whole blood is drawn into broth media and a C&S is done.
Positron Emission Tomography (PET scan) → Used in the detection of cancer. The use of x-rays to produce a cross sectional picture of body parts such as the brain.
Hct, hematocrit, PCV, packed cell volume → To test the count of the number of WBCs present in a given volume of whole blood.