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5 Matching questions

  1. BUN and creatinine
  2. Rho (D) immune globin
  3. abnormal electrolyte value
  4. Anemia Panel
  5. normocytic
  1. a Iron, TIBC, Ferritin, Transferrin
  2. b could affect water balance or pH of blood
  3. c RhoGAM; neutralizes antibody production in the Rh Neg mother so that they never develop in the first place.
  4. d results can show renal impairment or indicate obstruction
  5. e used to denote an erythrocyte that is normal in size; size category used to classify anemia

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. an infection of the sebaceous gland of the eyelid
  2. monocyte It is a phagocytic cell; leaves the blood and becomes a macrophage, which phagocytizes bacteria, dead cells, cell fragments, and other debris within tissues; ingests what the neutrophils leave behind, increase in number with inflammatory response, bacterial infections like syphilis and TB
  3. instrument used for visual examination of the ear; An otoscope is an instrument which is used to look into the ear canal. The ear speculum (a cone-shaped viewing piece of the otoscope) is slowly inserted into the ear canal while looking into the otoscope. The speculum is angled slightly toward the person's nose to follow the canal. A light beam extends beyond the viewing tip of the speculum. The otoscope is gently moved to different angles to view the canal walls and eardrum.
  4. Avoid veins that feels hard or cord-like or appear damaged; burned, damaged, infected, swollen, wounded areas; areas with skin conditions if possible, side of body where a stroke affected or mastectomy was performed; or near an iv
  5. 3 places to adjust light 10 power ocular x 10 power objective = 100x (low power) 10 power ocular x 45 power objective = 450x (high power) 10 power ocular x 100 power objective = 1000x (oil immersion)

5 True/False questions

  1. alanine aminotransferase: ALT testcreatinine: creat: metabolic products of protein catabolism screening for renal function


  2. Blood type Distribution USWhite, African-Amarican, Hispanic, Asian
    O+: W=37%, AA=47%, H=53%, A=39%
    O-: W=8%, AA=4%, H=4%, A=1%
    A+: W=33%, AA=24%, H=29%, A=27%
    A-: W=7%, AA=2%, H=2%, A=0.5%
    B+: W=9%, AA=18%, H=9%, A=25%
    B-: W=2%, AA=1%, H=1%, A=0.4%
    AB+: W=3%, AA=4%, H=2%, A=7%
    AB-: W=1%, AA=0.3%, H=0.2%, A=0.1%


  3. nystagmusinvoluntary, rapid movement of eyeball


  4. microhematocrit tube 3 layersthe percentage by volume of packed red blood cells on a given sample after centrifugation


  5. creatinineProthrombin time; measures clotting factors dependent on vitamin K for production. (extrinsic clotting factors) To detect/diagnose a bleeding disorder and see how well prescribed blood thinners are working. ie coumadin; normal range for someone NOT on coumadin 10-14 seconds