Card Set Information
Plague, smallpox, yellow fever, cholera
Allergic to eggs?
TIMY typhus, influenza, measles, yellow fever
Type of discharges?
Honor, Generals, Before, Dishonoring, Others
Disiease transmited by flies?
CAT cholera, amebiasis, Typhoid fever
An increase in WBC is called?
A decreased in WBC is called?
What equipment is used to manually perform a WBC/RBC count?
What is dicrasia?
the disease condition of blood forming tissues
Reffering to Bacteria temp whats the temp for Psychophilic?
15-20 deg c
Reffering to Bacteria temp whats the temp for Mesophili?
20-45 deg c
Reffering to Bacteria temp whats the temp for Thermophili?
50-55 deg c
Which wbc is the largest of all WBCs?
What wbc account for the largest percentage of leukocytes in the blood and theyr function is to ingest invading bacteria?
Pathogenic, non-pathogenic are classified as?
Spherical shape, appears singly, in pairs, chains, clusters, or packets?
Rod-shaped, appears singly, in chains, or in palisades?
Spiral-,corkscrew, or comma-shaped, appearing singly only?
what has an acid dye known as EOSIN and is red color?
A basic dye color blue known as methylene blues is used in what test?
In the grams stain when applaying crystal violet how long would you let it stand for?
what would you use after the crystal violet in the grams stain?
Iodine for 1 min
In what test do you use aceton-alcohol to decolorize for about 30-60sec?