hematology week 1

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Hematology week 1
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  1. Plasma contains ions necessary for cell function
  2. Calcium, sodium, potassium, chloride, magnesium, hydrogen
  3. Plasma contains proteins
    Albumin, immunoglobulins, complement, coagulation proteins
  4. Leukocytes 5 types
    Neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils, basophils
  5. Where is the mitochondrion located in this cell
  6. Where is the golgi
  7. What is the lysosome located in this cell
  8. Phospholipid bilayer polar heads are
    Hydrophillic
  9. Phosopholipid tails in cell wall are
    Hydrophobic
  10. Euchromatin
    Transcriptionally active
  11. Heterochromatin
    Transcriptionally inactive
  12. EDTA
    ethylenediamine-tetra-acetate; chelates Ca++ so it can not participate in the coagulation cascade
  13. hematocrit sources of error
    failure to seal tube adequately with clay; incorrect reading due to uneven clay plug; and inapprpriate centrifuge time
  14. Possible reasons for atypical lymphs
    Morphology associated with infectious mono (epstein barr virus) and other viral infections. they are increased in size and basophiliaClick to flip
  15. reticulocyte count is?
    A count that monitors erythropoiesis
  16. What is hematopoiesis
    Formation of blood cells.
  17. Hematocrit normal ranges M/F?
    Males 47 Females 42
  18. All cells arise from same blood stem cell
    pluripotent hematopoietic stem cells
  19. Young RBC'S still containing ribosomes are called
    reticulocytes
  20. Granulocyte Leukocytes
    Eosinophils, basophils, neutrophils
  21. Granulocytes are
  22. Granules
    • Lobed nuclei
    • All are phagocytic
  23. Agranulocytes are
    lymphocytes, monocytes
  24. Neutrophils
  25. 60% of all WBCs
    Also called polymorphonuclear cells

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