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blood is composed of four components: erythrocytes-rbc's red blood cells,Plasma- 90p/c water and 10p/c protein, thrombocytes-platelets and leukocytes-white blood cells
blood spun separates into yellow straw color at top of tub which is plasma, buffycoat which is opaque with wbc's and platelets, and blood at bottom of tube, which has red blood cell.
blood red blood cells -etythrocytes
antecubitalfossa three veins that we axcess
number one vein easiest to anchor median cubital vein
CEPHALIC VEIN LIES ON THE THUMB SIDE OF HAND OR ARM
BASILIC EASIEST TO ROLL OR BRUISE, LIES ON PINKIE SIDE OF HAND
average heart rate of adult 72 per minute
normal heart rate for adult 60-120
capillaries connect arterioles to venules
lumen is the hollow space within the vein fluid travels.
tunica externa or adventia outer layer of blood vessel
tunica media is the middle layer of the blood vessel
tunica intima inner layer of blood vessel
brain of a cell is the necleus
cytoplasm is the freespace in cell where fluid travels
cell membrane is the outside of the cell
oranelles house the cell DNA
PERICARDUIM SURROUNDS THE HEART
The top of the heart is the atrium
The bottom of the heart is the ventricles
systolic number is when the heart contracts and is the top number in a bp
diastole number is when the heart relaxes and is the bottom number
arteries carry blood away from the heart
veins carry deoxygenated blood to the heart
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