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BLOOD TEST REVIEW
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  1. in terms of its tissue classification, blood is classified as a .... because it has living blood cells.
    connective tissue
  2. the volume of blood accounted for by these cells is referred to as the....
    hematocrit
  3. the so-called "buffy coat" compsed of ... and ... is found at the junction between the other two blood elements
    • platelets
    • leukocytes
  4. most numerous leukocyte
    neutrophil
  5. granular leukocytes (3)
    • neutrophil
    • basophil
    • eosinophil
  6. also called an erythrocyte; anucleate
    red blood cell
  7. actively phagocytic leukocytes (2)
    • neutrophil
    • monocyte
  8. agranular leukocytes (2)
    • lymphocyte
    • monocyte
  9. fragments to form platelets (1)
    megakaryocyte
  10. RBC'S, AGRANULAR AND GRANULAR LEUKOCYTES are examples of these
    formed elements
  11. increases during allergy attacks
    eosinophil
  12. releases histamine during inflammatory reactions
    basophil
  13. after originating in bone marrow, may be formed in lymphoid tissue
    lymphocyte
  14. contains hemaglobin
    red blood cell
  15. primarily water, noncellular; the fluid matrix of blood
    plasma
  16. increases in number during prolonged infections
    monocytes
  17. least numerous leukocyte
    basophil
  18. also called white blood cells (5)
    • eosinophil
    • basophil
    • neutrophil
    • monocyte
    • lymphocyte
  19. most common leukocyte. 40-60%. phagocytic.
    3 or more lobes. 1:10 bacteria killing ratio.
    large granules. do not stain red or blue.
    neutrophil
  20. 2-4%. large. almost invisible granules.
    kidney shaped nucleus. important for immune response.
    macrophagus
    monocyte
  21. 1-4%. stain bright pink to red. 2 lobed nucleus.
    phagocytic. attack blood born parasites.
    come from red bone marrow from stem cells.
    eosinophil
  22. 20-40%. very little cytoplasm. nearly insible granules.
    bbig round nucleus. made in bone marrow.
  23. white blood cells move into and out of blood vessels by the process of...
    diapedesis
  24. an abnormal... in white blood cells is leukopenia
    decrease
  25. when blood becomes too acid or too basic, both the respiratory
    system and the... may be calles into action to restore it to its
    normal pH range.
    kidneys
  26. the normal pH range of blood is... to...
    7.35-7.45
  27. the cardiovascular system of an average adult contains approximately ... liters of blood.
    5.5
  28. the normal rbc count is ... million/mm3
    4.5-5.5
  29. normal... values are in the area of 42%-47% of the
    volume of whole blood.
    hemacrotit
  30. what factors serve as stimuli for erythrocytes (3)
    • hemorrhage
    • living at a high altitude
    • aerobic exercise
  31. normally, blood clots within... minutes.
    3-6
  32. the most important body anticoagulant is .....
    heparin
  33. bleeder's disease, or...., is a result of a deficiency of certain clotting factors.
    hemophilia
  34. both the young and elderly people are at risk
    for cancer of the blood, or.....
    leukemia
  35. the dark material filling the interior of erythrocyts myst be... because those
    cells function to transport oxygen in the blood
    hemoglobin
  36. you will observe and report events of blood formation,
    also called....
    matopoeisis
  37. then move out of the bone into the circulation to
    initiate and observe the process of blood clotting,
    also called....
    hemostasis
  38. once in the bone marrow, you watch as several large dark
    nulceated stem cells, or..., begin to divide and produce
    daughter cells
    hemocytoblasts
  39. universal donor
    Type O
  40. universal recipient
    Type AB

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