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Mid-term review 2

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Normal value in circulating blood for segmented neutrophil 50-60%
Normal value in circulating blood for basophil 0-1%
Normal value in circulating blood for eosinophil 1-3%
Normal value in circulating blood for monocyte 3-9%
Normal value in circulating blood for lymphocyte 25-40%
What WBC cell population will be increased in bacterial infections neutrophil
This system has one of the coagulation factors missing from circulating blood extrensic pathway
This system has all required factors in the circulating blood intrinsic pathway
This pathway is activated when blood contacts a glass syringe or tube intrinsic pathway
An example of an inherited platelet disorder Von Willebrand's Disease, Bernard-soulier syndrome, and glanzmann's thrombasthenia
A screening procedure used to evaluate platelet function bleeding time
Aspirin can affect platelet function for up to 10 days
White blood cells have a varied lifespan & aid in immunity
Examples of PPE are gloves, mask, lab coat, eye protection, fume hood
The three types of vessels that blood circulate in are capillaries, veins, arteries
The smallest types of blood vessels are capillaries
Confirmation testing for positive urinary strip for glucose is clinitest
Confirmation testing for a positive urinary strip for ketones acetest
The choice of anticoagulant for routine hematology testing is EDTA
Confirmation testing for a positive urinary strip for bilirubin ictotest
A specimen for coagulation testing should be drawn into this color top tube light blue
When performing a veinipuncture the tourniquet should be left on the patient no longer than 2 minutes
The most abundant WBC found in a normal blood smear is the segmented neutrophil
When performing a differential count, this number of cells is routinely counted 100-200 cells
If a cell is described as normochromic normocytic it is normal size and color
During a manual differential you observe atypical cells you should get a second opinion, report it to supervisor or pathologist, report to Dr. and follow facility protocol
What coagulation test is used to monitor heparin therapy APTT or PTT
What is the difference between a partial thromboplastin procedure and the activated partial thromboplastin procedure the APTT is activated w/kaolin or silica
What three properties characterized specific immunity recognition, specificity. & memory
What are the five classes of immunoglobulins IgG, IgA, IgM, IgE, IgD (GAMED)
What immunoglobulin crosses the placenta IgG
What immunoglobulin is the 1st to be produced following antigen exposure IgM
What immunoglobulin provides long lasting immunity IgG
What immunoglobulin is associated w/allergic reactions IgE
What immunoglobulin is found in secretions IgA
What shape do most immunoglobulins form the letter "Y"
What is an epitope the protein of an antigen that reacts specifically w/an antibody
The antibodies of the ABO system are what immunoglobulin class IgM
Identify the ABO/RH antigens for "A" positive A-pos, B-neg, and Rh-pos
Identify the ABO/Rh antigens for "O" negative A-neg, B-neg, and Rh-neg
Identify the ABO/Rh antigens for "B" positive A-neg, B-pos, and Rh-pos
Identify the ABO/Rh antigens for "AB" positive A-pos, B-pos, and Rh-pos
AIDS stands for aquired immunodeficiency syndrome
ITIS means inflammation
POLY means many
Trans means through
PPE means personal protective equipment
Necro means dead
Lysis means free, breaking down
A, An means absent, deficient
Hemo means blood
EBV means epstein-barr virus
Ceph (al) means head
Micro means small, one-millionth
Tox(ic) means poison
IgG is immunoglobulin G
Dis means apart, away from
Cyan means blue
Nephro means kidney
BBP means blood-borne pathogen
RBC means red blood cell
UTI means urinary tract infection