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acidosis blood alkalinity below normal (7.35-7.45)
albumins plasma protein. Helps to retain water in blood by osmosis
Globulins plasma protein circulating in blood including antibodies. Protect from infection
Fibrinogen plasma protein necessary for blood clotting
meyloid tissue red bone marrow
Granular leukocytes have stained granules in cytoplasm
Granular leukocytes types Neutrophils, Eosinophils, Basophils
Agranular leukocytes Lymphocytes, Monocytes
Blood main function Transportation, Regulation, Protection
Embolism circulating clot
Polycythemia condition resulting from RBC's overproduction
Heparin common anticloagulant
Hemtocrit percentage of RCB's in blood sample
Thrombus clot
Platelets cell that assist in blood clotting
Hemoglobin red pigment in RBC's
Anemia inadequate numbers of RBC's, low oxygene carrying
Aplastic anemia low RBC's count and bone marrow destruction
antigen substance that stimulate the body to make antibodues
Agglutinate to form clumps
RhoGam protein that prevents the body (Rh- mothers) from forming anti Rh antibodies
antibody substance made in response to antigen
Eosinphil white blood cell that is responsible for defense against parasites
leukopenia decrease in the amount of white blood cells
Prothrombin plasma protein is necessary for blood clotting
Leukopenia decrease in the amount of white blood cells is called
Leukocytosis increase in the amount of white blood cells
Prothrombrin, thrombrin, fibrinogen, fibrin components critical to clotting
components critical to clotting Prothrombrin, thrombrin, fibrinogen, fibrin
blood Serum blood plasma minus clotting factors, has antibodies
buffy coat contains platelets & WBC's
Basophils white blood cells secrete histamine and heparin
Lymphocytes white blood cell secretes antibodies as part of the immune system
Albumin plasma protein helps maintain water in the blood by osmosis.
Myeloid and lymphoid tissue connective tissue make blood cells for the body
Globulin plasma protein includes antibodies that help protect the body from infection.
eosinophils white blood cell that is responsible for defense against parasites
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