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Humans can listen at the rate of? 500-600 words per min
We can speak at the rate of? 100-200 words per min
A gtt requires? Everything but the he Aron syringe! Admin, wait, draw.
Preferred additive for hematology testing? EDTA
The #1 vein to draw? Median Cubital
Serum is icteric--yellow/orange because of? Bilirubin
Serum is lipemic--milky white because of? Lipids/fats
Serum is hemolyzed--red/pink because of? Ruptured RBC membranes
Serum is hemolyzed--red/pink because of? Ruptured RBC membranes
Airborne standard precautions require? Mask & gloves
Process of simple substances into complex substances? Anabolism
#1 disease of he endocrine system? Diabetes Miletus
Erythrocyte functions to? Carry oxygen (O2)
What will. E found within a spin tube that contains anticoagulant? Erythrocytes, plasma & buffy coat
The formed elements of the blood make up ______% of the sample? 45%
How does heparin stop clotting? By preventing the conversion of prothrombin to thrombin
There is a question pertaining to the tubes, and the gray tube is NOT used for CBCs etc. Gray is for glucose
The ventricles of the heart are primarily responsible for? Pumping blood
Tricuspid and bicuspid have to do with what organ? Heart
What age group (of children) may perceive illness as punishment? Ages 2-6
What age (of children) may understand the mechanics of healthcare and how procedures lead to a cure? Ages 6-9
What age (of children) may understand illness and why they do not feel well? Ages 10 and older
Created by: rhiginbo



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