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Liz AP2 Blood QR

AP2 ST120 Blood Quiz Review

Formed elements of the blood RBC, WBC, and Platelets
Main function of blood Transportation
Blood is carried to the heart by Veins
Blood is carried____ by the arteries Away
% of Blood composition is plasma 60%
Subtypes of WBC Granular and Nongranular
RBC are non-nucleated.
Type A Blood Receives either A or O. Donates to A or AB. Has B antibodies
Type B Blood Receives either B or O. Donate to B or AB. Has A antibodies
Type AB Blood Has no antibodies so that's why they're considered to be the Universal Recipient so can receive any blood type. Donate to only AB.
Type O Blood Donate to everyone - Universal Donor. Has AB antibodies so can only receive Type O blood.
Main plasma gases O2 and CO2
3 types of Granular Leukocytes Neutrophils, Eosinophils, Basophils
Universal precautions All pts are considered infectious and precautions should be taken to prevent exposure to body fluids. Procedures for the minimization of exposure to pathogens include the use of PPE such as gloves, masks, and protective eyewear.
Whole blood Helps when pt loses lg amts of blood. Contains RBC, WBC, Platelets, Immunoglobulins, and FF Plasma
Fresh Frozen Plasma Helps with clotting, esp in liver failure pts
Hemostasis Arrest of blood that escapes from a blood vessel by either natural or artificial means
Thrombocytes AKA Platelets
Created by: elizabeth-mcw