thrombosis

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thrombosis
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  1. Q. Blood volume of an average adult is about:
    A. 5 litres
  2. Q. Which is not considered a leucocyte?
    A. Thrombocyte
  3. Q. What is the process that occurs when there is a shortage of
    oxygen in the body?






















    Q. What is the process that occurs when there is a shortage of
    oxygen in the body?



    A. Haemopoiesis
    A. Haemopoiesis
  4. Q. The main function of erythrocytes is to:
    A. Transport oxygen.
  5. Q. If a client’s blood test reveals a greater than normal amount
    of eosinophils, this may indicate the presence of:
    A. An allergy.
  6. Q. The definition of
    haemostasis is:
    A. The prevention of bleeding
  7. Q. The chemical events common to intrinsic and extrinsic pathways
    system begin with:
    A. Activation of factor X
  8. Q. The intrinsic pathway of blood coagulation is activated by:
    A. Injury to the endothelial lining of the vessel wall
  9. Q. The definition of an embolus is:
    A. A clot that has travelled
  10. Q. Which is true of blood groups?
    A. Type AB persons can receive all four blood types
  11. Q. In order to prevent thromboembolic disorders, it is desirable
    to use:
    A. Anticoagulants
  12. Q. The initial mechanism of action of heparin is:
    A. Combining with antithrombin III
  13. Q. Which anticoagulant is indicated for oral administration?
    A. Warfarin
  14. Q. Which drug is given in the case of overdose with heparin?
    A. Protamine
  15. Q. What drug is considered the first choice in the prevention of
    thromboembolism in pregnancy?
    A. Dalteparin
  16. Q. An adverse reaction possible to both anticoagulants and
    antiplatelet agents is:
    A. Bleeding
  17. Q. Which of the following drugs, when prescribed concurrently with
    heparin, could lead to an increased chance of haemorrhage?
    A. Aspirin
  18. Q. Which would not be considered a mechanism of action of
    antiplatelet drugs?
    A. Inhibition of plasminogen activation
  19. Q. The use of iron, folic acid and vitamin B12
    is
    indicated in:
    A. Anaemia
  20. Q. Haemostatic and antifibrinolytic drugs are useful in the
    treatment of:
    A. Haemophilia

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