Clinical Pathology

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tsbatiste
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266770
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Clinical Pathology
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2014-03-17 14:10:00
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VTHT Clinical Pathology II
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  1. Glucose formula
    C6 H12 O6
  2. Canine PCV
    40-45%
  3. Feline PCV
    35-37%
  4. Equine PCV Hot Blood
    42%
  5. Equine PCV Cold Blood
    35%
  6. Bovine PCV
    35%
  7. 3 reasons for filling 2 hematocrit tubes
    • 1. balance the centrifuge
    • 2. comparison - must be w/i 2% of each other
    • 3. other testing (TP & Fibrinogen ratio)
  8. Chronic anemia clinical signs
    • 1. 72+ hours
    • 2. edema = acites : abdomen
    • 3. pale mucous membranes
    • 4. murmur (thin blood/valvular insufficiency)
  9. Acute anemia clinical signs
    • 1. Icterus - hemosiderin from lysed RBCs
    • 2. Hemoglobinuria (dark urine)
    • 3. High pyrexia
  10. Order of WBCs when reported
    • Band Neutrophils
    • Segmented Neutrophils
    • Lymphocytes
    • Monocytes
    • Eosinophils
    • Basophils
  11. Band Neutrophil range for canine
    0-6%
  12. Segmented neutrophil range for canine
    60-80%
  13. Lymphocyte range for canines
    18-25%
  14. Monocyte range for canines
    4-9%
  15. Eosinophil range for canines
    0-2%
  16. Basophil range for canines
    0-2%

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