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5 Matching questions

  1. anisocytosis and isocytosis
  2. uric acid: UA test
  3. BUN and creatinine
  4. AU
  5. microhematocrit tube 3 layers
  1. a When 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
  2. b UA: metabolic products of protein catabolism to evaluate renal failure, gout and leukemia
  3. c Auris uterque (AU), both ears
  4. d results can show renal impairment or indicate obstruction
  5. e anisocytosis: condition with the presence of red blood cells of unequal size (an = without; iso = equal) so isocytosis is normal, all cells roughly equal in size

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Iron, TIBC, Ferritin, Transferrin
  2. sexually 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.
  3. erythrocytes, leukocytes and thrombocytes
  4. condition of irregularly shaped cells; clinically means variance from the normal shape of erythrocytes, ex: sickle cell anemia
  5. hemoglobin is normally one third of the amount of the hematocrit 3 to 1, 3:1 HcT to HgB ex: HcT 45, expect HgB 15 or vice versa 1 to 3, 1:3 HgB to HcT ex: HgB 12, expect HcT 36

5 True/False questions

  1. Liver panelCreatinine, BUN, UA, Glucose

          

  2. what causes hemolysis?loose connections on the vaccuum tube assembly: if the connection between the needle holder and the double-pointed needle or the syringe and needle is loose, air can enter the sample and cause frothing, ensure that all connections are tight before beginning the venipuncture

          

  3. Hemoglobin (Hgb) Reference values from bookage and or gender,Hgb level (G/dL))
    Neonate: 17-23
    Infant 2 mo. 9-14
    Child 11-16
    Adult male 15-17
    Adult female 12-16

          

  4. Viagra, Cialis and Levitramedical treatments for erectile dysfunction; impotence is the inability to achieve and maintain an erection sufficient for intercourse

          

  5. monocytesA 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