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4.1 typing/disorders

blood typing through disorders

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Four major blood types A, B, AB, and O
Blood is capable of causing severe allergic reactions because it is a Protein substance
Universal recipient AB
Universal Donor O
The two types of Rh factors are Rh positive and Rh negative
A general term describing a condition where there is a lack of blood Anemia
Condition where there is an excessive number of WBC's Leukemia
Disease with a widespread blood clot formation throughout the blood vessels Dissemination Intravascular Coagulopathy (DIC)
Semisolid blood components that act as plugs in the blood vessels Embolus
Hereditary condition where the blood takes a prolonged time to clot Hemophilia
Condition with a waxy, starch-like substance that accumulates in organs and impairs their function Amyloidosis
Growth of many tumors in the bone marrow causing fractures and calcium loss Multiple Myeloma
Blood is more acidic than normal Acidosis
Blood is more alkaline than normal Alkalosis
Form of megaloblastic anemia caused by a folic acid deficiency Folic Acid Deficiency Anemia
Excess iron in the blood Hemachromatosis
Increased calcium in blood Hypercalcemia
Increased glucose in blood Hyperglycemia
Excessive FAT in the blood Hyperlipidemia
Excessive sodium in the blood Hypernatremia
Anemia caused by iron deficiency Iron Deficiency Anemia
Condition where cells aren't formed Aplastic Anemia
Blood disorders characterized by abnormal balances of blood components Dyscrasia
Condition where the blood completely leaves the body Extravasation
Condition where blood cells aer low in number Pancytopenia
Condition where a certain the number of a specific blood cell is increased Polycythemia
Condition characterized by increased amounts of potassium Hyperkalemia
Condition where cells aren't formed Aplastic Anemia
Blood disorders characterized by abnormal balances of blood components Dyscrasia
Condition where the blood completely leaves the body Extravasation
Condition where blood cells aer low in number Pancytopenia
Condition where a certain the number of a specific blood cell is increased Polycythemia
Condition characterized by increased amounts of potassium Hyperkalemia
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