Lab Review: Hematology (RBC Indices-Coag Tests)

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  1. Cell size
    MCV
  2. What is MCV measured in?
    fl
  3. What is the average MCV?
    60fl
  4. Hb weight
    MCH
  5. What unit is MCH measured in?
    pg
  6. Average MCH
    20pg
  7. What is MCH considered?
    the least accurate of the indices
  8. Hb concentration
    MCHC
  9. Unit of MCHC
    g/dl
  10. Average MCHC
    33.33g/dl
  11. What is MCHC considered?
    most accurate of the indices
  12. RDW aka
    red cell distribution
  13. The RDW is the electronic measurement of an RBC's what?
    width
  14. An increased RDW means:
    anisocytosis
  15. What is anisocytosis?
    variation in cell width
  16. Immature erythrocytes still containing ribosomes
    reticulocytes
  17. Reticulocytes are recorded as a % how do you get this?
    total divided by 10
  18. TP
    total protien
  19. TPP
    total plasma protein
  20. TPS
    total plasma solids
  21. TS
    total solids
  22. TP/TPP/TPS/TS measure proteins of the liver. Which protein is dominate?
    albumin
  23. What does TP/TPP/TPS/TS determine?
    How is it typically measured?
    • hydration status
    • refractometer
  24. How else can a TP/TPP/TPS/TS be calculated?
    automated chemical analyser
  25. TP/TPP/TPS/TS is measured in what unit?
    g/dl
  26. Buffy coat is made of what?WPN
    • WBC's
    • platelets
    • NRBC's
  27. What does a buffy coat sit on top of in a centrifuged hematocrit tube?
    packed RBC's
  28. Normal buffy coat
    1-2%
  29. The buffy coat will inc with
    infx
  30. AKA platelets
    thrombocytes
  31. Platelets are an important component of what?
    hemostasis
  32. Platelets are commonly found in clumps in what two species?CC
    • cats
    • cows
  33. If platelets are found in clumps what is marked on the lab report?
    adequate
  34. How are platelets counted?
    #/hpf
  35. How are platelets calculated /ul?
    average x 15,000
  36. MPV
    mean platelet volume
  37. MPV provides the average platelet size and is what kind of measure?
    electronic
  38. Vessel spasm and formation of platelet plug
    primary hemostasis
  39. Coagulation cascade. ends in fibrin formation
    secondary hemostasis
  40. Primary coag tests
    • platelet count
    • bleeding time
  41. Bleeding time shows what?
    platelet function
  42. How is bleeding time taken?BMBT
    bleeding mucosal bleeding time
  43. What is involved with a BMBT?
    When is it commonly used?
    • lancet cheek, place paper, count how many secs it takes to stop bleeding
    • used in emergency
  44. Name the secondary coag tests: CC,ACT,PT,PTT,APPT,P
    • capillary coag
    • activated clotting time
    • prothrombin time
    • partial thromboplastin time
    • activated partial thromboplastin time
    • PIVKA
  45. capillary coagulation is:SI
    • subjective
    • intrinsic
  46. ACT is: ICE
    • intrinsic
    • common
    • emergency
  47. What is used for an ACT?DE
    diatomaceus earth
  48. PT is
    extrinsic
  49. PTT and aPTT are
    intrinsic
  50. What test is for a vit K absence?
    PIVKA
  51. PIVKA is:EC
    • extrinsic
    • common

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