5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Basophil Characteristics
- buffy coat
- Vitamin K
- a Potassium (K)—helps in the clotting of blood; is an electrolyte, an ion and is critical to muscle (muscle contractions) and nerve function and for the transportation of nutrients and cellular wastes across cellular membranes.
K is controlled by aldosterone, a hormone.
Uncontrolled diabetes or excessive vomiting/diarrhea can cause abnormal K levels.
Both high and low volume of potassium can cause problems with the heart so it is important to monitor the patient's potassium after surgery. Patients that are taking diuretics regularly should have their potassium checked as diuretics cause the kidney to release too much potassium
- b test to enumerate the distribution of the 5 types of WBC's in a stained blood smear; granulocytes: neutrophils, basophils, eosinophils lymphocytes monocytes
- c 10-15 ㎛, nucleus shape:slightly segmented, granular or band, nucleus obscured by granules; abundant colorless to light pink cytoplasm; Inclusions: large coarse blue-black granules
- d white blood cell or white blood cell count
- e a thin light colored layer of white blood cells and platelets than lie between a top layer of plasma and red blood cells on the bottom of the microhematocrit tube after centrifuging ; contains leukocytes (WBCs) and platelets; lies between the red blood cells and the plasma when blood in a microhemotocrit tube is is spun in a centrifuge
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- erythrocytes, leukocytes and thrombocytes
- creatinine: creat: metabolic products of protein catabolism screening for renal function
- a virus that predisposes people to cancer (papillomavirus, Epstein-Barr virus (burkitt;s lymphoma).
- neutrophil It is a granular leukocyte, named for the neutral stain of its granules, that fights infection by surrounds, swallows and digests bacteria (phagocytosis) 7 hour life span
5 True/False questions
H & H → hematocrit and hemoglobin
blepharoptosis → drooping of the upper eyelid
MCH → mean corpuscular or cell hemoglobin (average amount/weight of hemoglobin per cell) expressed in picograms (PG) when level is low, the cell is hypochromic, high level cells would be hyperchromic, normal range cells would be normochromic; normal range 27 to 31 picograms; increased in macrocytic anemias, decrease in microcytic, hypochromic anemias.
Microscopic blood vessels that bridge the venules and arterioles are ___________. → hemoglobin
lactate dehydrogenase: LDH test → creatinine: creat: metabolic products of protein catabolism screening for renal function