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ccctc test 11 blood

defenitions for test 11 blood

a mixture of water, cells, proteins, and dissolved salts. blood serves as the transportation system for hormones, nutrients, and waste products within the body. blood
anemia due to a decrease in circulating red blood cells and resulting in decreased delivery of oxygen to body tissues. treated with iron salts (ferrous sulfate) iron deficiency anemia
anemia due to increased circulation of immature abnormal red blood cells resulting in decreased delivery of oxygen to body tissues. treated with specific vitamins and minerals depending on which ones are needed (vitamin b-12, folic acid) megaloblastic anemia
uses for anticoagulants treat deep vein thrombosis (DVT), pulmonary emboli, atrial fibrillation with embolism, prophylaxis of systemic emboli after myocardial infarction.
mechanism of action for anticoagulants stop or slow the normal blood clotting processes
patient information for anticoagulants instruct patient not to take aspirin or any new medications (including non-prescription medications) without his/her provider's knowledge
side effects of anticoagulants excess bleeding
warfarin coumadin
heparin legend drug
enoxaparin lovenox
danapariod orgaran
dalteparin fragmin
anisindione miradon
dicumarol dicumarol
tinzaparin innohep
desirudin iprivask
lepirudin refludan
argatroban legend drug
bivalirudin angiomax
fondaparinux arixtra
uses for hemostatics treatment of excessive bleeding (e.g., surgical bleeding, hemophilia, vitamin K deficiency)
mechanism of action for hemostatics affects the blood clotting process
gelatin gelfoam
thrombin thrombinar
aminocaproic acid amicar
phytonadione mephyton
factor vii monoclate
aprotinin transylol
uses for antithrombotics to decrease platelet aggregation and to decrease unwanted clot formation
aspirin bufferin, bayer, anacin, ascriptin, ecotrin
dipyridamole persantine
clopidogrel plavix
ticlopidine ticlid
uses for thrombolytics to dissolve existing blood clots, decrease the muscle damage associated with heart attacks, and treat pulmonary emboli
side effects of thrombolytics excessive bleeding
uses of hemorrheologic agents to treat intermittent claudication--severe cramping of the legs
mechanism of action for hemorrheologic agents decrease blood viscosity and help to increase blood flow to areas of need
side effects of hemorrheologic agents nausea/vomiting, dizziness
pentoxyfyline trental
uses for antianemics to treat anemia caused by iron or vitamin deficiencies (e.g. megaloblastic anemia)
patient information for antianemics take with meals to avoid upset stomach
side effects of antianemics diarrhea, constipation, nausea/vomiting
iron sulfate slow-fe
ferrous gluconate iron supplement
folic acid otc drug
thiamine vitamin b1
cyanocobalamin vitamin b12
colony stimulating factor given to cancer patients for bone marrow transplants--must be refrigerated
filgrastin neupogen
Created by: kfpolchies



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