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  1. Iron Defiency Anemia (Collaborative Care)
  2. Aplastic Anemia
    (Diagnostics)
  3. Percentage of Blood by volume
  4. Prothrombin
  5. Severe Anemia
  1. a plasma protein; converted to thrombin in the clotting process
  2. b Plasma- 55%, Formed elements- 45%
  3. c 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
  4. d CBC: MCV normal, normocytic, normochromic
    Pancytopenia -/+, decreased RBCs, WBCs, Platelets. 3 MAJOR CONCERNS- anemia, hemorrhage, infection
    Bone Maroow Bx: fatty marrow, decreased stem cells.
  5. e <6g/dl
    Affects multiple systems. ex: increased P & R; headache, pallor, jaundice, pruritis, sore mouth, exhausted all the time, sensitive to cold,syncope

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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.
  2. 6-10 g/dl
    Cardiopulmonary symptoms; at rest as well as w/ activity. ex: increased palpitations, dyspnea @ rest, fatigue, etc.
  3. (Christmas disease) deficiency of factor IX (20%)
  4. A blood protein essential to blood clotting. The conversion of fibrinogen to its active form (fibrin) is among the final steps in clot formation, and is triggered by thrombin.
  5. CBC/Blood indices, micorcytic, hypochromic
    Hemoglobin under 12 g/dL for males; under 11g/dL for females

5 True/False questions

  1. CML (Chronic myelogenous leukemia)1/4 of all leukemias; 85%, adults
    Immature lymphocytes; most B-cell origin

          

  2. Myeloproliferative disorders6-10 g/dl
    Cardiopulmonary symptoms; at rest as well as w/ activity. ex: increased palpitations, dyspnea @ rest, fatigue, etc.

          

  3. Plasma Percentage (by weight)medications: combination chemotherapy, radiation, corticosteroids, and transfusion therapy
    Stem cell transplation, monitor lab studies

          

  4. Non-Hodgkin's lymphomaSTAYS IN LYMPH SYSTEM.
    B-lymphocytes, local-regional, fever, night sweats, weight loss is common, extranodal- rare, histology-singular
    malignant proliferation of one form of reticuloentothelial cell within the lymph nodes; lymph nodes contain Reed-Sternberg cells

          

  5. B12 Deficiency (AKA Pernicious Anemia, Collaborative Care)Tingling & parethesia of hands and feet.
    Weight loss, anorexia, dyspepsia, sore mouth
    Imbalance possibilities + Romberg