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VT8 mid term review part 1 clin path
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  1. the preferred sample for most blood chemistry tests is:
    serum
  2. what is the layer of liquid on top composed of when a blood containing LTT is centrifuged?
    plasma
  3. what is the layer of liquid on top composed of when a blood containing RTTis centrifuged?
    serum
  4. false decreases in serum glucose levels can be caused by:
    prolonged contact with RBCs before separating the serum
  5. drawing blood from an animal that has recently eaten many results in a sample that is:
    lipemic
  6. in dogs and cats, the blood chemistry tests most commonly used to evaluate liver function are:
    ALT and AST
  7. blood levels of total bilirubin are used primarily to evaluate function of the:
    liver
  8. the principal intracellular cation that is commonly measured in a blood electrolyte profile is:
    potassium
  9. in a diabetic animal, blood chemistry analysis is commonly performed to monitor insulin therapy by measuring blood levels of:
    glucose
  10. chemistry evaluation of the kidney includes measurment of which metabolic waste products?
    BUM and creatinine
  11. sodium fluoride is used as an anticoagulant for which chemistry?
    glucose
  12. arterial blood is the specimen of choice for measurement of which electorolyte?
    bicarbonate
  13. grass tetany is a condition of:
    hypomagnesemia
  14. total protien will often be elevated in patients that are suffering from:
    dehydration
  15. what is the approximate range from a normal BUN in the dog and cat:
    15-30 mg/dl
  16. if a animal is a young growing animal or an older patient with a fracture, which of the following would you expect to be elevated?
    alkaline phosphatase
  17. the principal extracellular cation that is commonly measured in a blood electrolyte profile is:
    sodium
  18. the fibrinogen test is most commonly used as:
    a general indicator for inflammation in large animals
  19. which of the following can affect some serology tests?
    hemolysis
  20. which of the following indicate endocrine pancreatic function?
    amylase

    dr.g-glucose
  21. which hormone does the pancrease secrete?
    insulin
  22. which enzyme is responsible for the breakedown of carbohydrates?
    amylase
  23. which enzyme is responsible for the breakdown of fats?
    lipase
  24. clotting tests are best run on:
    BTT
  25. give a total biliruben of 0.4 and a direct biliruben of 0.1, what is the indirect biliruben?
    0.3
  26. what type of tube is used to collect blood for blood gases?
    green top tube
  27. what is the term for a fluid that contains many cells and a high protien level?
    exudate
  28. from what site is csf usually collected in dogs and cats?
    cerebomedullary cistern
  29. collection of which of the following fluids is most frequently done with the patient under anesthesia?
    CSF
  30. what preservative is used to submit specimens for histopathological evaluation?
    10% formalin
  31. before making a impression smear from a specimen collected during sergery:
    blood should be blotted away
  32. creatine kinase (ck or cpk) measurment is used to evaluate damage to the:
    muscle
  33. which of the immunoglobulins is involved in the allergic response?
    IgE
  34. which of the immunoglobulins is bound to the mucosal of the respiratory tract?
    IgA
  35. what is the name of the test done to diagnose autoimmune hemolytic anemia?
    coombs
  36. what is the name of the test done to diagnose equine infectious anemia?
    coggins

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