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What is the normal PH of blood?
what can cause heinsbody formation in cats?
albulmin is produced by?
how many squares do you count for WBC count?
how many sqquares do you count for RBC count?
what tube is commonly used for collectingblood from cvc?
lavander top tube
what is leukopenia?
deficiancy in WBCs
increase in plattlets
minerals and vitamins required for RBC production?
iron, covalt, copper
what does nucleated RBCs indicate?
young blood cells, regenitive, anemia
what is yellow serum?
what percentage of blood can be safely drawn for donation?
20% of 7%
average life span of a RBC?
whats a major function of a erythrocyte?
what is the majority of WBCs seen on a blood smear from a cat?
the name of the instrument used to determine plasma protien consintration?
the term used to describe neutrophils with nuclei composed of 5 or more segments?
name of the WBCs with the dark staining granuls in the cytoplasma?
what is the most important function of the WBCs?
fight off infection
best stain to use to see reticulocytes?
new methalin blue
when you see nucleated RBCs on a blood smear what do you have to remember to do?
count them seperatly
correct WBC count
whats an example of a granulocyte?
whhich WBC has pinkish red granuls in the cytoplasm?
what supplies do you need to do a WBC count?
unipet, mematocytometer, coverslip
what do you need for a diferential WBC count?
term 2 hematology quiz