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blood worksheet

blood worksheet final

what determines the color of blood level of oxygen
describe plasma liquid portion
list the constituents of plasma 92% H2O - 7% Protein - 1% Other Solutes
list all three types blood cells and all of their names erythrocytes-RBC, luekocytes-WBC, platelets-thrombocytes
what exactly is responsible for carrying oxygen HGB-Hemoglobin
which cells perform phagocytosis WBC
list two functions of platelets release of thromboplastin - formation of platelet plug
what blood cells are formed in the red bone marrow all 3 - RBC,WBC,Thrombocytes
which is described as the "protein pigment" which is carried in the RBC hemoglobin
what is the normal range of WBC 4-9 or 10,000
what is the normal range of RBC 3,500,000 - 5,500,000
what is the normal range of platelets 150,000 - 450,000
list all plasma proteins fibrinogen, prothrombin, gamma globulin, albumin
what is the function of fibrinogen coagulation
what is the function of prothrombin coagulation
what is the function of gamma gobulin immunity
what is the function of albumin volume expander
what actually intiates clotting first tissue injury
which term means to engulf bacteria phagocytosis
which term means moving to an area of infection diapedesis
decsribe normal clotting sequence thromboplastin, prothrombin, thrombin converts fibrinogen, fibrin
which organ coverts bilirubin into bile liver
what element is necessary for Hgb formation iron
which organ forms bilirubin from waste products of old RBC destruction spleen/liver
which element plays a major role in the clotting mechanism calcium
review life cycle(development of)RBC erythroblast, reiculocyte, erythrocyte
what do we need bile for fat digestion
define diapedesis moving to an area of infection
Created by: spawmary