Week5.txt

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    • description "Blood and lymph"
    • Two of the bodies main fluids are
    • Blood and lymph
  1. Circulated by the action of the heart
    Blood
  2. GDoes not circulate but is propelled in one direction to drain into large veins of the circulatory sysem
    Lymph
  3. Transports oxygen and nutrients to body cells
    Blood
  4. Removes carbon dioxide and other waste prodocts from body cells
    Blood
  5. Blood is full of a yellow liquid called
    Plasma
  6. Scientific study of blood
    Hematology
  7. Composition of blood
    55% plasma, 45% formed elements
  8. Formed in bone marrow suspended in plasma
    Red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets
  9. Red blood cells
    Erythrocytes
  10. White blood cells
    Leukocytes
  11. Platelets
    Thrombocytes
  12. Plasma consists of
    Water, wastes,dissolved protein, sugar,salt, hormones
  13. Plasma proteins
    Albumins,globulins, fibrinogen
  14. Albumins
    60% maintain blood pressure
  15. Globulins
    36% transport lipids(fats)and fat-soluble vitaminsin blood and function immunity
  16. Fibrinogen
    4% largest protein and essential in blood clotting
  17. Erythr/o
    Red
  18. Erythroblasts
    Lose nucleous and turn into mature erythrocyte
  19. Complex protein-iron compound that carries oxygen
    Hemoglobin
  20. Leuk/0
    White
  21. 2 catagories of leukocytes
    Granulocytes, agranulocytes
  22. Thrombocytes
    Platelets clotting the blood
  23. Blood types
    Due to presence or absence of protein molecules, antigens and antibodies
  24. Located on the surface of RBC and generates the formation of antibodies
    Antigen, A,B,AB, or o for no antigens
  25. Located in the plasma that is "anti" foreign substances
    Antibody
  26. Why are blood types important
    For transplants and transfusions
  27. Person who gives blood
    Donor
  28. If the blood types do not match in the blood transfusion the result is
    Agglutination, a clumping of cells
  29. Universal donor
    O, because it is without antigens
  30. Universal blood recipient
    Type AB
  31. Rh factors
    Another antigen like A,B types
  32. A mother giving birth to a baby to Rh+ blood has the risk of
    Agglutination
  33. Mother and baby being+ and - blood types can cause problems for next pregnancy
    Rhogam
  34. Clotting of blood
    Coagulation
  35. Several chemicals react and take place forming
    Fibrin threads

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