quiz #1 – interpretation and application of common lab work

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quiz #1 – interpretation and application of common lab work
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  1. what does CBC stand for
    complete blood count
  2. what is the normal range for hemoglobin
    12 – 14 g
  3. what is a critical cutoff level for hemoglobin
    8g

    Therapy is contraindicated it is hemoglobin is less than 8 g
  4. how will blood be affected if platelets are low
    low means deficient clotting; easily bruised or bleeds
  5. if the playlet level is 20 K that means the patient is

    a - should be on bed rest
    b - light activity
    c - moderate activity
    d - no precautions
    bedrest
  6. if the platelet level is between 20 – 50 K that means the patient should

    a - should be on bed rest
    b - light activity
    c - moderate activity
    d - no precautions
    light activity
  7. if the platelet level is between 50 – 150 K that means the patient should
    perform moderate activity
  8. if the platelet level is above 150 K that means the patient
    has no restrictions/precautions
  9. what are the normal values for a urinalysis
    pH – normally 6 – 7
  10. if a urinalysis has an acidic level of 1 – 3 that means the condition could be
    gout
  11. if sugar is found in the urine that means the patient could have
    diabetes
  12. what is the temperature for a clinical fever
    104°
  13. what does BMP stand for
    complete metabolic panel
  14. what conditions indicate the BMP
    • electrolytes
    • renal function
    • liver function
    • protein levels
  15. when is physical therapy contraindicated for someone with potassium problems
    3.2>K+> 5.1
  16. what would the serum CO2 be used to detect
    renal or pulmonary problems
  17. physical therapy is contraindicated when serum CO2 is
    10> CO2> 40
  18. physical therapy is contraindicated when serum glucose is
    60> Glucose> 300
  19. physical therapy is contraindicated when coagulation markers are
    2.5x greater than reference range – could result in spontaneous bleeding

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