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CPII final

analyzer automated instrument used ti test blood and other body fluids for various substances
biopsy procedure in which a representative sample of tissue is obtained for microscopic examination
POL physicians office laboratory
requisition slip form used to order laboratory tests
antibody immunoglobulin produced by white blood cells in response to a specific antigen
antigen marker that identifies a cell as being part of the body or not part of the body; substance that when introduced into the body elicits an immune response
what does CLIA mean and what does it regulate clinical lab improvement amendment; all labs must be regulated using the same standards regardless of location, type, or size
ALT alanine aminotransferase
AST aspertate aminotransferase
BUN blood urea nitrogen
C&S culture and sensitivity
CBC complete blood count
ESR erythrocyte sedimentary rate
FBS fasting blood sugar
H&H hemoglobin and hematocrit
lytes electrolytes
PTT partial thromboplastin time
TSH thyroid stimulating hormone
examples of CLIA waved tests dipstick urinalysis, fecal blood occult, pregnancy test, hemoglobin, blood glucose, rapid strep
blood bank blood typing, type and screen
chemistry bmp, bun, Ca, cholesterol, creatine kinase, creatinine, lytes, BS, liver function panel, tsh, troponin
coagulation bleeding time, PTT, platelet count, PT w/ INR
cytology pap, urine cytology, sputum cytology
hematology cbc, esr, hematocrit, hemoglobin
histology biopsy
microbiology rapid strep, throat culture, urine culture, wound culture
mycology fungal culture
parasitology ova and parasite test
serology mono, rheumatic factor test, syphilis
urinalysis complete UA, urine pregnancy test
what is the composition of blood rbc, wbc, platelets, and plasma
what are the formed elements suspended in plasma
what are the layers of uncoagulated blood plasma, buffy coat, packed red blood cells
what is the order of draw yellow or cultures, light blue, plain red, SST, green, lavender, gray
neutrophils most numerous WBC and are responsible for phagocytosis of pathogens. they are purple in color and contain a segmented nucleus. normal range is 40%-60%
eosinophils release histamine and are also phagocytic. granules are bright orange-pink in color. normal range is 0%-4%
basophils least common WBC, release histamine and are phagocytic. they release heparin to prevent abnormal blood clotting granules are very dark blue-purple in color. normal range is 0%-1%
lymphocytes responsible for producing antibodies, includes B-cell and T-cell. they have a large round blueish-purple nucleus that takes up entire cell. normal range is 20%-40%
monocytes largest circulating WBC, responsible for phagocytosis, its a large cell that contains vacuoles and has a large blue, slightly indented nucleus. normal range is 3%-8%
what is included in the hepatic panel ALT, AST, LD, GGT, bilirubin, alkaline phosphatase
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