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5 Matching questions

  1. Blood Agglutination Examples
  2. Monocyte Characteristics
  3. Anemia Panel
  4. heel stick
  5. Eosinophil Characteristics
  1. a Type A blood will agglutinate in the presence of anti-A antiserum but not in the presence of anti-B antiserum.
    Type B blood does the opposite of above.
    Type O blood will not agglutinate with anti-A or anti-B.
    Type AB will agglutinate with anti-A or Anti-B
  2. b 2-20 ㎛, nucleus round, indented or superimposed lobes, nucleus brainlike convolutions or folded; abundant dull grey to blue-grey cytoplasm; Inclusions: ground glass appearance, fine red-purple granules, rare blue granules
  3. c Iron, TIBC, Ferritin, Transferrin
  4. d 10-15 ㎛, nucleus shape:bilobed or band, coarse nucleus structure; abundant colorless to light pink cytoplasm; Inclusions: large rounder oval red to red-orange granules
  5. e A ____ ____ is usually the way to obtain blood from an infant.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A _____ is a group of lipids associated with proteins that serve as transport vehicles for lipids in the lymph and blood
  2. hearing test using a tuning fork; distinguishes between conductive and sensorineural hearing loss
  3. an immune serum that prevents sensitization of an Rh- mother's blood with anti-Rh+ antibodies; if she is not treated and becomes pregnant again with an Rh+ baby, her antibodies will cross through the placenta and destroy the baby's RBCs. The baby will be anemic, hypoxic, and cyanotic, resulting in brain damage or death unless fetal transfusions are done before birth to provide more RBCs for O2 transport
  5. This hormone is secreted by the kidneys in response to low oxygen levels and stimulates bone marrow to produce red blood cells. erythropoiesis-production of red blood cells

5 True/False questions

  1. hemolytic disease of newbornoccurs when there is an incompatibility between the blood types of the mother and baby; deals with Rh factors and the incompatibility of this factor between mother and growing fetus; mothers body sees this difference in Rh factor as foreign and will attack it. mother -, and fetus +


  2. poikilocytosislargest size WBC that are found in the blood, can phagocytize, but have no granules. Able to enter the tissue, change shape, and become macrophages to eat foreign invaders: bacteria, etc.


  3. HIV patient with conductive hearing loss(NIH) estimates as many as 75% of adults with AIDS experience auditory dysfunction as a result of opportunistic infections or treatment with drug combinations that are potentially ototoxic.


  4. hemolysissexually transmitted infection caused by a spirochete, which may involve any organ or tissue over time; usually manifests first on the skin with the appearance of small, painless red papules that erode and form bloddless urcers called chancres
    Syphilis (Treponema pallidium) Spirochete bacteria:
    6 stages that can affect multiple body systems; 10-90 day incubation, initial sign is apainless lesion or chancre, at the exposure site (penis) serous discharge from chancre, lymphadenopathy if not diagnosed and treated, will advance to later stages.
    Penicillin G (Wycillin); if Pt. is allergic to penicillin, doxycycline or tetracycline.


  5. To avoid needlesticks, OSHA recommmends SESIP devicesenzyme found in several tissues to assist in the confirmation of a myocardial infarction


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