Coagulation Quizzes & Trivia
Coagulation is the capability of a liquid to either change into solid or semi-solid form. In biology class, we got to discuss how the blood coagulates and reduces excessive bleeding from an injury. This process is made possible...
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Sample QuestionWhat is the normal value range for an aPTT/PTT?
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Sample QuestionWHAT ARE THE ROLES OF THE BLOOD VESSELS IN HEMOSTASIS
MLT study questions
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Sample QuestionAll of the following conditions cause an increased (prolonged) thrombin time except
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Sample QuestionDuring the irreversible phase of coagulation, the release of platelet granules is activated by:
Choose the right answer. Multiple choice.
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Sample QuestionWhat is the proper order of draw? Note: All tubes are plastic with clot activator.
What does Fibrinogen, acted on by thrombin form?
But activation of fibrin allows for a polymerised mesh of fibrin and polypeptides occur ith stabilisng factor XIII. So I think that answer is wrong
How is the extrinsic pathway triggered by?
Why is the answer a and b and not c
Which chemical enhances vascular spasms?
To answer this question, there is a need to understand what vascular spasms are. The vascular spasm is known to be the tightening of the blood vessel. This may happen in a very brief period. This can cause the blood flow to be restricted for a certai
Which tube is used in coagulation testing?More
1. Sodium Citrate
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Sample QuestionChoose the correct order for the steps of hemostasis
Short quiz to access the coagulation competency of technologist working in a small hospital lab.
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Sample QuestionPolydythemic patients (hct >55%) may have falsely prolonged values for PT and PTT (as well as other Calcium dependent clotting tests). If you have such a patient, the anticoagulant used in the collection of the specimen must be adjusted accordingly.
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Sample QuestionWhich is not considered an anti-coagulant? (doesn't work on clotting factors?)
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Sample QuestionThe major function of this cell type is to transport hemoglobin: