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Hematology 1

Hematology in Practice - Chapter 15

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In performing a platelet estimate at 1000x magnification, the technologist sees an average of 20 platelets per field. How would you interpret this? Normal
In performing a platelet estimate at 1000x magnification, the technologist sees an average of 4 platelets per field. How would you interpret this? Decreased
In performing a platelet estimate at 1000x magnification, the technologist sees an average of 41 platelets per field. How would you interpret this? Increased
When platelets concentrate at the edges and feathered end of a blood smear, it is usually due to: Poorly made wedge smear
Irregular clumping of platelets is usually due to: Inadequate mixing of blood and anticoagulant
Platelet satellitosis is usually due to: Abnormal proteins
The average lifespan of a platelet in a normal adult is: 7 to 10 days
Platelets are synthesized in the: Bone marrow
Created by: Megan Hohenberg