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What is the final step in clot formation?
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fibrinogen is converted to Fibrin
What is the final step in clot formation?
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fibrinogen is converted to Fibrin
What causes activation of the extrinsic pathway of coagualation?
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Collagen exposure
What causes activation of the extrinsic pathway of coagualation?
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Collagen exposure
What commonly ingested substance is associated with excessive bleeding?
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aspirin
Chemotherapy can result in ...
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thrombocytopenia
If a person has type A antigens which of the following is not true: a. they can donate blood b. their body will destroy type A RBC's c. they can receive type O blood d. they could have a negative Rh factor
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b. their body will destroy type A RBC's
Which of the following is not linked to thrombocytopenia? a. petichia and bruising b. chronic hypoxia c. an enlarged spleen d. GI bleeding
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b. chronic hypoxia
What blood type is the universal recipient?
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AB
Why is type O blood considered the universal donor?
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It has no antigens.
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What are the two types of leukemia and which is faster/more rapid?
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Lyphocytic and Myelocytic. Myelocytic is faster.
What is a B lymphocyte?
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Becomes antibody producing plasma cells which contribute to humoral immunity.
What type of WBC increases during allergic reactions and parasitic infections?
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Eusinophil
What lymphocyte is involved in cell mediated immunity?
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T lymphocytes
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What are some predisposing or causative factors for leukemia?
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exposure to radiation, certain drugs, chemicals, or toxins. chromosomal abnormalities
What binds to Iron in RBC's
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oxygen
What is aplastic anemia?
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a decrease in all types of blood cells (RBC, WBC, platelets)
What causes jaundice?
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High levels of bilirubin.
List the antibodies associated with each blood type.
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Type A- A antibodies Type B- B antibodies Type AB- none Type O- both
What are some assessment findings in nutritional anemia?
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Fatigue, dizzy, pale skin, SOB, increased heart rate.
  
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