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5 Matching questions

  1. anticoagulant therapy
  2. HDN
  3. Viagra, Cialis and Levitra
  4. creatinine
  5. High LDL level
  1. a medical treatments for erectile dysfunction; impotence is the inability to achieve and maintain an erection sufficient for intercourse
  2. b medications that prevent the blood from clotting or prevent existing clots from getting larger. Usually anticoagulant studies use the light blue topped tube. Usually patient is on coumadin
  3. c nitrogenous waste from muscle metabolism excreted in urine
  4. d hemolytic disease of the newborn (erythroblastosis fetalis) usually occurs in the second Rh+ pregnancy, but can occur in the first; also called hydrops or blue baby syndrome
  5. e under 130 is desirable, 130-159 is borderline, 160 mg/dl and above is HIGH

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. an agranulocytic leukocyte that normally makes up a quarter of the white blood cell count but increases in the presence of infection
  2. mineral To assist in diagnosis of acid-base-water balance
  3. sterile tube (Yellow), citrate (light blue), SST (red) or (red/grey with gold hemogard top), heparin (green) or (grey/blk with grey hemogard top), EDTA (lavender) or (pearl), Flouride (grey) From Handout
  4. a medicine or substance that is capable of producing damage to the eighth cranial nerve or the organs of hearing and balance
  5. the percentage by volume of packed red blood cells on a given sample after centrifugation

5 True/False questions

  1. HIV patient with conductive hearing lossOtitis externa, an infection of the cartilaginous portion of the external auditory canal, is another common cause of conductive hearing loss.

          

  2. ratio of hematocrit to hemoglobinWhen spun, clay at very bottom, RBCs are heaviest and fall to bottom, next "buffy coat" made up of WBCs and platelets, top plasma that is lightest, then empty open end of tube

          

  3. prothombina medicine or substance that is capable of producing damage to the eighth cranial nerve or the organs of hearing and balance

          

  4. CBC tube to useLavender for Hematology. This is an EDTA anticoagulant additive tube or PST or plasma separator tube

          

  5. anisocytosis and isocytosisseparation of plasma or serum from red cells: removing the serum or plasma from the cells minimizes the risk of contaminating the specimen with red cell contents, blood samples should be centrifuged when applicable, as soon as possible, and serum or plasma removed from the cells