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5 Matching questions

  1. Red blood cells functions
  2. Rhogam Injection
  3. White Blood Cells: Diapedesis
  4. embolus
  5. Factors Affecting Coagulation: Factors that prevent clotting
  1. a Transport of oxygen and carbon dioxide
  2. b Mobile clot
  3. c 1. Rhogam shot given before and after birth.
    2. Contains preformed antibodies against the Rh antigen
    3. Antibodies destroy all the fetal Rh+ blood cells that leak back into the mother's blood during biirth.
    4. Prevents mother from processing the Rh antigen and developing anti-Rh antibodies.
  4. d 1. cells become thin, elongate and move either between or through endothelial cells of capillaries
    2. migrate out of blood vessels and into tissue spaces.
  5. e 1. Smooth endothelium
    2. Heparin

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. High WBC count (above 10,000)
    Note: don't need to know the numbers
  2. Type B
    Antigen B on RBC
    Anti-A antibody in serum
  3. 1. Migrate to lymphatic tissues & proliferate.
    2. Responsible for antibody production.
    3. Immunity - specific
    4. Account for 20-25% of the WBC.
    5. 2nd most common
    T & B lymphocytes
  4. hormones, enzymes
  5. 1. Protein that reacts against a specific antigen
    2. in the plasma
    3. goes after foreign blood types. For example, if you are type A & you get type B, antibody will go after type B
    Note: antibodies is what on test, not agglutinins

5 True/False questions

  1. functions of bloodLiquid matrix
    1. Plasma (55%)
    2. Formed elements (45%)
    a. Red blood cells
    b. White blood cells
    c. Platelets
    3. Adults have 4-6 L of blood


  2. reason for high hematocrit1. Erythropoiesis - formation of RBC

    2. Erythropoietin - make RBC by releasing this hormone, released by another tissue.

    stem cell: divides, one stays stem cell, one becomes WBC, RBC or platelets


  3. Platelets - function...


  4. Red Blood Cells (Erythrocytes)1. Function: Transport of oxygen and carbon dioxide
    2. Biconcave discs (b/c no nucleus)
    3. One-third hemoglobin
    4. Lacks nuclei, mitochondria and ribosomes
    5. can repair itself
    6. not much energy
    7. limited lifespan
    8. carbonic anhydrase can be found in RBC


  5. Neutrophils1. die quickly, release chemicals to kill bacteria but you kill them too. they die to protect you.
    2. AKA: polymorphonuclear leukocytes or PMNs
    3. Highly mobile and very active PHAGOCYTIC cells
    4. Diapedesis
    5. Secrete lysozyme.
    6. Last 1-2 days.
    7. Account for 60-70% of the WBC.