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Term test 105 unit 2

Venipuncture Collection of large amount of blood from vein
SST Serum separator tube... TSH,CMP,PSA, uric acid
Red no additives.... HIV, drugs, serology
Gray K+oxalate/Na Fluride... glucose
Lavender EDTA.. CBC, ESR
Blue Na Citrate... PT/PTT
Yellow SPS... Blood typing
Bifurcation the point at which the vein branches
Hemolysis the distruction of RBC's within the serum
Serum the loquid portion of whole blood remains after clotting
Capillary Puncture collection of small amount of blood
Centrifuge machine that spins urine and blood
Anemia RBC deficiency
Hematocrit measurement of % of packed RBC's in the blood
Plasma carrier of formed elements in blood
Eosinophils type of WBC's associated with allegies/asthma
Leukocytes WBC
EDTA anticoagulant in lavender tubes
Hypoglycemia low blood sugar
Platelets aid in the clotting of blood
Sedimentation Rate the rate the RBC's separate from plasma
Created by: MAJM2752