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5 Matching questions

  1. Sickle Cell Anemia (Diagnostics)
  2. B12 Deficiency (AKA Pernicious Anemia, Collaborative Care)
  3. Extralympatic
  4. Sickle Cell Anemia
  5. B12 Deficiency (AKA: Pernicious Anemia Manifestations)
  1. a Assess CV/R status, fall and injury risks
    Nutrition/Vitamins: B6, C, B12, Folic acid
    Medications: B12 IM, PO, Other forms
    Provide mouth care before and after meals
  2. b Tingling & parethesia of hands and feet.
    Weight loss, anorexia, dyspepsia, sore mouth
    Imbalance possibilities + Romberg
  3. c A congenital disease, homozygous inheritance.
    Defective HbS.
    Aching bones, jaundice, pallor, increased pulse, dyspnea
  4. d CBC: increased WBC, platelets, serum iron levels, decreased RBCs. reticulocytosis, ESR
    Hb electrophoresis, HbS, Hb-L/N
    Blood Smear; (+ or -)
  5. e tissue other than lymph nodes, thymus, spleen, Waldeyer's ring, appendix & Peyer's patches

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Platelets, Leukocytes, Erythrocytes
  2. Most common: gastric parietal cells are not secreting intrinsic factor (IF) for B12 absorption in distal ileum.
    Other: nutritional deficiency, hereditary defects
  3. Nosebleed
  4. Women carriers with 50% chance of passing gene to daughters (carriers) and sons (+hemophilia)
  5. erythrocytes appear pale because of abnormally low hemoglobin content

5 True/False questions

  1. Hemoglobin Synthesis
    (Essential Nutrients for RBC production)
    Amino acids: eggs, meat, milk, nuts, etc.


  2. Iron Deficiency AnemiaCongential or acquired (-70% idiopathic)


  3. HemophiliaHereditary bleeding disorder resulting from clotting factor deficiencies; severity varies from mild to severe


  4. WBC Breakdown<6g/dl
    Affects multiple systems. ex: increased P & R; headache, pallor, jaundice, pruritis, sore mouth, exhausted all the time, sensitive to cold,syncope


  5. Folic Acid Deficiency Anemia
    Similar to B12 deficiency
    GI, dyspepsis, smooth/beefy red tounge
    NO neurological symptoms


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