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5 Matching questions

  1. red blood cell indices
  2. plasma
  3. normochromic
  4. Electrolyte Panel
  5. granulocytes
  1. a measure of level of specific ions and carbon dioxide in the blood, electrolytes maintain water balance, nerve, muscle, and heart activity
  2. b the liquid portion of whole blood that contains active clotting agents
  3. c Mathematic ratios of the three red blood cell tests (hemoglobin, hematocrit, and red blood cell count)
  4. d WBCs that contain promonient granules (seen when stained with Wright's stain) in cytoplasm. These include Basophils, Neutrophils, and Eosinophils.
  5. e normal red blood cell color

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A sexually transmitted bacterial disease caused by a gonococcus bacterium that causes inflammation of the genital mucous membrane, burning pain when urinating, and a discharge; tends to coexist with chlamydia, symptoms similar to acute urethritis and epididymitis; Gonorrhea (neisseria gonorrhoeae) bacterial:
    Dysuria, thick cloudy or bloody discharge from penis, dysuria and urinary frequencyCurable with antibiotic therapy cefixime (Suprax), azythromycin, doxycycline
  2. an abnormally low level of calcium in the blood
  3. Enzyme that converts fibrinogen to fibrin during coagulation
  4. underfilled tubes: underfilling tubes leads to an improper blood/additive ratio, certain additives, such as sodium flouride, in disproportionate amounts can cause hemolysis, permit blood to flow into the tubes until no more movement can be seen
  5. Antigen present in the blood of 85% of US Caucasians. A person having this is RH+, someone lacking the antigen is Rh-. Named after being found in Rhesus monkeys in 1940s.

5 True/False questions

  1. innaccurate hematocrit results6-15 ㎛, nucleus round or oval, nucleus smudged, lumpy or clumped; scant sky blue to dark blue cytoplasm; Inclusions: none to few round red-purple granules

          

  2. Order of Draw (mnemonic)normal red blood cell color

          

  3. SSTSerum separator tube: First choice: Gold-topped tube has a red/gray stopper with gold hemogard cover; serum is the fluid portion of the blood that remains AFTER clotting; RED STOPPER non-additive tube also but does not have gel and requires pipetting the serum off for transport.

          

  4. tinnitisringing, buzzing, or roaring sound in one or both ears

          

  5. Hemoglobin (substance)common over 50. 2nd highest causeof cancer death in males, symptoms; urinary obstruction, increased UTIs frequent nocturia; digital rectal exam to identify, prostate specific antigen (PSA) are also checked.