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  1. Stage 4
    (Hodgkin's disease, stages of severity)
  2. Other Solutes (found in blood)
  3. Iron Defiency Anemia (Collaborative Care)
  4. Hypochromic cells
  5. Stage 3
    (Hodgkin's disease, stages of severity)
  1. a diffuse involvement of extralymphatic sites + or - nodal disease
  2. b both sides of diaphram or with spleen or contiguous extralymphatic site
  3. c erythrocytes appear pale because of abnormally low hemoglobin content
  4. d Assess CV & R status, stool, urine, and emesis
    Provide mouth, skin, foot care
    Nutrition: Iron rich foods, vitamin B6 and C, avoid coffee/tea.
    Medications: Antiemics, ie: ferrous sulfate, iron
  5. e Ions, Nutrients, Waste products, Gases, Regulatory substances

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. is a machine-calculated measurement of the average size of your platelets. New platelets are larger, and an increased number occurs when increased numbers of platelets are being produced.
  2. 1/4 of all leukemias; 85%, adults
    Immature lymphocytes; most B-cell origin
  3. CBC/ blood indices
    (MCV increased, macrocytic)
    Shilling test; PO and IM B12, 24 hr urine + of B12
    Occ bone marrow dx, megoblasts, few maturing RBCs, defective leukocyte maturation
  4. B12: Meats,Liver
    Folic Acid: green leafy veggies, meat, fish,grains
  5. is the number of platelets in a given volume of blood. Both increases and decreases can point to abnormal conditions of excess bleeding or clotting.

5 True/False questions

  1. Blood Protein BreakdownNeutrophils- %50-70%, Lymphocytes 20-40%, Monocytes 4%-8%, Eosinophils 2-4%, Basophils 0-2%


  2. Hemophilia B(Christmas disease) deficiency of factor IX (20%)


  3. Moderate Anemia10-14 g/dl
    Asymptomatic at rest, symptoms usually follow strenous exertion ex:palpitations, dyspnea


  4. Jaundiceresults from rupture and hemolysis of abnormal erythrocytes, as seen in hemolytic anemias and pernicious anemia, causing the relase of large amounts of bilirubin into the circulation


  5. MelenaNOT a disease, a manifestation, Reduced number or size of the red blood cells