ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY-BLOOD

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Blood Characteristics *pH between (1) *Temperature of (2) *Composes about (3) of body...
 
1) 7.35 and 7.45 2) 38 degrees C or 100.4 degrees F 3) 8% 4) 6 quarts 5) 5X
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Blood Functions *(1) nutrients, oxygen, wastes, and hormones *Helps maintain the stability...
 
1) Transports 2) interstitial fluid 3) Heat
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Composition of Blood Red blood cells About (1) of total blood volume This...
 
1) 45% 2) hematocrit 3) 1% 4) 55% 5) Mixture
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pH of blood (1) – condition when blood pH shifts in an acid direction. (2) – condition...
 
1) Acidosis 2) Alkalosis 3) respiratory and renal 4) 7.35 to 7.45
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Blood Cell Types (1) blood cells *Erythrocytes *Biconcave discs *This shape...
 
1) Red 2) Gases 3) surface area 4) hemoglobin
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Red Blood Cell Production

 

 

“Erythropoiesis” *Initially occurs...
 

1) yolk sac, liver, and spleen

2) bones

3) 120 days

4) Erythropoietin

5)...

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Dietary Factors that Affect RBC Production

 

 

B-complex vitamins Necessary...
 

1) DNA

2) hemoglobin

 

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Anemia

 

Too few(1) or too little (2) This reduces the (3) of the blood which...
 

1)  red blood cells

2) hemoglobin

3) oxygen-carrying capacity

4)...

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Anemia

 

 

Iron Deficiency Anemia Causes Chronic (1) Dietary (2) Increased...
 

1) blood loss

2) deficiency

3) iron

4) skin

5) shortness...

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Anemia

 

 

Megaloblastic Anemias Defined by large, abnormal appearing (1)...
 

1) red blood cell precursor cells

2) bone marrow

3) B12 or folate

4)...

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Anemia

 

 

Hemolytic anemias Result from increased (1) Either...
 

1) red cell destruction

2) genetically

3) single base

4) amino...

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RBC Destruction As they age, RBCs become (1) (2) destroy damaged RBCs in the liver and...
 
1) fragile and damaged 2) Macrophages 3) Hemoglobin molecules
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Destruction of RBC's

 

Red blood cells have an average life span of (1)

 

(2) in...

 

1) 120 Days

2) Macrophanges

3) hemoglobin

4) hydrolyzed

5)...

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White Blood Cells

 

Protect against (1) Develop in response to (2) Interleukins Colony-stimulating...
 

1) disease

2) hormones

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White Blood Cells

 

 

1) Twice

2) Neutrophils

3) Eosinophils

4) Basophils

 

 

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White Blood Cells

 

 

1) Monocytes

2) Lymphocytes

 

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Types of lymphocytes

 

 (1) – matures in the thymus gland – do not...

 

1) T lymphocytes

2) B lymphocytes

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White Blood Cell Counts

 

 

Number of white blood cells in a microliter...
 

1) 4500-10,000 cells

2) leukocytosis

3) acute infection

4) leukemia

5)...

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Platelets

 

Develop from(1) in response to (2) Arise from very large cells...
 

1)  hemocytoblasts

2) thrombopoietin

3) megakaryocytes

4) nucleus

5)...

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Blood Plasma

 

 

(1) water and contains organic and inorganic (2) Functions Transporting...
 

1) 92%

2) biochemicals

3) nutrients, gases, vitamins

4) fluid and...

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Blood Plasma

 

 

Plasma proteins Most (1) of the dissolved substances (2) Smallest,...
 

1) abundant

2) Albumins

3) Globulins

4) Fibrinogin

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Blood Plasma

 

 

(1) Oxygen and carbon dioxide are most important Also...
 

1) Gasses

2) Nutrients

3) Non-protein nitrogenous substances

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Fact
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Blood Plasma

 

Electrolytes Absorbed from the (1) or released as (2) Include...
 

1) intestine

2) by-products of cellular metabolism

3) Sodium and chloride

4)...

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Hemostasis

 

The (?) of bleeding Three important steps (1) (2) (3)
 

?) stoppage

 

1) Blood vessel spasm

2) Platelet plug formation...

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 Blood Vessel Spasm

 

Breaking a smaller blood vessel stimulate contraction...
 

1) Vasospasm

2) lessens

3) Only a few minutes 

4) Serotonin

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Platelet Plug Formation

 

Platelets (1) to any rough surface and to collagen...
 

1) adhere

2) Plug

3) vascular break

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 Blood Coagulation

 

Formation of a (1) Uses many clotting factors Some...
 

1) blood clot

2) coagulation

3) anticoagulants

4) concentration...

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Blood Coagulation

 

Major event is conversion of (1) into (2)             ...
 

1) soluble fibrinogen

2) insoluble fibrin

3) tissue thromboplastin

4)...

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Blood Coagulation

 

Once fibrin threads form, they stick to the exposed surfaces...
 

1) damaged blood vessels

2) blood cells and platelets

3) blood clot

4)...

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Dissolving of Blood Clots

 

Fibroblasts invade(1) and produce (2)  that...
 

1)  blood clots

2) fibrous connective tissue

3) blood vessel

4)...

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DISORDERS OF HEMOSTASIS

 

Blood normally clots within (1) Undesirable clotting...
 

1) 3 to 6 minutes

2) Thrombus

3) Embolus

4) Thrombocytopenia

5)...

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Thrombocytopenia

 

Platelet count below (1) Usually asymptomatic until platelet...
 

1) 100,000

2) 20,000

3) production

4) destruction

5) loss

6)...

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Hemophilia

  Caused by deficiencies of (1) Manifests as bleeding from larger vessels,...
 

1) clotting factors

2) joint hematomas

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Hemophilia A

 

(1) recessive Deficiency of factor VIII Characterized by...
 

1) X-linked

2) VIII

3) Muscles

4) Tissue

5) Joints

6)...

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Hemophilia B

 

 

“(1) disease” Indistinguishable from (2) Factor (3)...
 

1) Christmas

2) hemophilia A

3) IX

4) replacement of factor IX...

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Blood Groups

 

Antigens and Antibodies (1) is the clumping of RBCs...
 

1) Agglutination

2) antigens

3) Plasma

4) serious transfusion reactions

5) ...

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ABO Blood Group

 

Based on the presence or absence of (?)             ...
 

?) two major protein antigens – A and B

1) Only A

2) Only B

3)...

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Rh Blood Group

 

Named after the (1)  in which it was first...
 

1) rhesus monkey

2) antigen D

3) Rh positive

4)  Rh negative

5)...

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