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Blood comp. and WBC

components of blood for hematology

What are the components of the CELLULAR portion of the blood? Erythrocytes,leukocytes,Thrombocytes
What are the components of the FLUID portions of the blood? Water-91.5%,Proteins-7%,Electrolytes,hormones,and waste-1.5%
How does blood settle in an ANITICOUAGULATED tube from top to bottom? Plasma-buffy coat-erythrocytes
What is the difference between SERUM and PLASMA? Serum is plasma with fibrinogen and clotting factors REMOVED.
In the next 5 questions state the anticouagulants in each color stopper and the use of each tube Lavender-EDTA-CBC,Hematology
Gold NO anticoagulant-Chemistry and serum
Blue Sodium Citrate- PT,PTT, coagulation studies
Green Heparin-Plasma chemistry testing
Red NO anticoagulants-Serum,Chemistry, Blood bank,Serology
What is Leukocytosis? Increased WBC
What causes Leukocytosis? Bone marrow stimulated by bacteria or foreign particles ie;Strep throat,pneumonia appendicitis
Created by: csmith1207