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Blood exam CCC PN105

A&P Blood

Functions Transport and Protection
Plasma Liquid part of blood
Amount of Plasma varies with size/sex, 4-6L average
Plasma Protiens Albumin, Globulin, Fibrogen, Prothombin
Albumin does what Thickens
Globulin does what Produces Antibodies
Fibrogen/Prothombin do what Clot
Serum Plasma minus clotting factors
Formed Elements RBS, WBC, Platelets
erythrocytes are RBC
leukocytes are WBC
Thrombocytes are Platelets
Types of Granular WBC Neutrophils, Eosinophils, Basophils
Types of Non-Granular WBC Lymphocytes, Monocytes
Types of WBC Granular/Non-Granular
Forms all blood cells Red Bone Marrow
Disk shaped with no nucleus RBC
Anemia Inability of blood to carry adequate O2 to tissue
B12 deficient Pernicious Anemia
High RBC count Polycythemia
Separates whole blood into formed elements/liquid Hematocrit test
Buffy coat WBC/Platelet layer
Defend from cancer and microorganisms WBC
Low WBC count (below 5000) leukopenia
High WBC count (above 10,000) leukocytosis
Largest WBC neutrophils and monocytes
produce antibodies B lymphocytes
attack foreign cells t lymphocytes
protect against parasites/allergies eosinophils
produce heparin and release histamines basophils
blood cancer leukemia
Created by: cmp12345