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diagnostic testing

ch 45 diagnostic testing

ensures that both the equipment and reagents are working properly so you can provide accurate results quality control
at the beginning of each day and when a new bottle of reagent is opened, you should do what? perform controls
quality control data must be _________ in a log book documented
hemoglobin and hematocrit are a portion of what blood test? CBC
what lab department tests a hemoglobin and hematocrit hematology
H+H can be obtained through a capillary puncture
hematocrit can be tested on either capillary or venous blood
primary function of hemoglobin to transport oxygen to the cells
normal hemoglobin range for males 14-18g/dL
normal hemoglobin range for females 12-16g/dL
why are females slightly lower than males? menstrual cycle
hematocrit screens for anemia
hematocrit can be done from what kind of blood sample capillary
the capillary sample for a hematocrit is collected in a small glass tube
capillary tube is placed in a centrifuge and spun 3-5 minutes to separate all the components is what test? microhematocrit
hematocrit normal range for males 40-54%
hematocrit normal range for females 37-47%
middle layer of the hematocrit tube that is composed of leukocytes and platelets buffy coat
when the bone marrow produces too many RBC's it is called polycythemia
normal RBC range males 4.5-6.0
normal RBC range females 4.0-5.5
normal range for platelets 150,000-400,000
normal range for WBC's 3,500-11,000
when studying the size and shape of a cell it is referring to morphology
what must be used to differentiate WBC's on a slide wright stain
before capillary or venipuncture, you clean the site with alcohol
depth of lancet 2mm
the primary function of WBC's to fight infection
WBC differential includes neutrophils,eosinophils,basophils,monocytes and lymphocytes
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