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hematology

VTA 130 hematology

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what is hematology study of blood
what does the blood do carries oxygen and nutrients to the body
what are the two blood layers liquid cellular
what are the differences between serum and plasma serum does not have any clotting factors plasma has clotting factors
define anemia abnormal blood count
define penia abnormally low count
define philla abnormally high count
where is blood made in the bone marrow
what are the three types of blood cells red blood cells / erythrocytes white blood cells / leukocytes platelets / thrombocytes
what are three responsibilities of the restrainer restraint present and stabilize the site occlude the vein for blood draw
what are the three points for canine venipuncture sites jugular cephalic lateral saphenous
where is the jugular site neck
where is the cephalic site front of front leg
where is the lateral saphenous site outside upper rear leg (K9 only)
where is the medial saphenous site inside rear leg (feline only)
what does the tiger or serum separator top tube have in it paraffin wax
what does the purple top tube have in it EDTA
what does the blue top tube have in it sodium, potassium citrate
what is the tiger top tube or SST used for separates cells from serum used for blood chemistries
what is the purple top tube used for complete blood counts platelet count
what is the blue top tube used for coagulation assay
what are the 2 special instructions for the blue top tube tube must be filled too yellow line you get one stick to get it
what does a hematocrit test measure packed cell volume
how is packed cell volume measured in %
what does packed cell volume test tell you determines the percent of RBC in circulation
what is a normal PCV level 45%
what is the normal range of total protein in cats and dogs 6-8 g/dl
if you have an increased total protein level what might that tell you extreme dehydration
what would a decreased total protein tell you starvation
what is hemoglobin protein and iron
what is the goal of a good blood smear cover half the length of the slide should be tapered or feathered at the end
what kind of stain do we use on our blood smear Diff-quik / triple stain
what are erythrocytes RBC
what is the most common cell in the blood RBC
what are the kidney related chemistries creatinine, BUN (blood urea nitrogen)
what are the liver related chemistries total bilirubin, ALT, alkaline phosphotase
what will you observe with liver related problems yellow mucus membranes
what are the pancreas related chemistries amylase, lipase, serum glucose
what are four electrolytes and their abbreviations sodium (Na) potassium (K) chloride (Cl) calcium (Ca)
what does the buffy coat consist of WBC and platelets
which white cell is associated with T and B cells lymphocytes
name the 5 WBC's in order of volume (hint NLMEB) neutrophils leukocytes monocytes eosinophils basophils
which of the WBC have granulocytes (hint phil's) neutrophil eosinophil basophil
what is a band cell an immature neutrophil
why might you see band cells anemia
if you have greater then 5% band cells what is that called left shift
what is a venipuncture puncturing a vein or vessel
what would a white plasma/serum tell us too much fat in the diet
what would a yellow serum/plasma tell us icteric (signs of liver disease)
what would a red serum/plasma tell us traumatized draw multiple sticks
what is an ELISA / snap test for testing for antigens
what is a left shift when we see more than 5% band cells
which organ is total bilirubin associated with liver
if your sample is spun down and top part is white what type of sample do you have lipemic /
if your sample is spun down and top part is yellow what type of sample do you have icteric
if your sample is spun down and top part is red what type of sample do you have hemolized
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