2. A n unlabeled container of blood product is left in the laboratory. The technician etermine whether the sample is serum or plasma. He tested the levels of in, erythrocytes, granulocytes, fibrinogen and seratonin. Which of these tests might help him and why?? Explain 3. A 25 year old female presents to her primary care physician with a one month history of cough and occasional fevers. She is diagnosed and treated for pneumonia. She returns to the clinic in a month with similar complaints. She also reports continuing fatigue and has noticed frequent gum bleeding. A peripheral blood smear shows lot of immature white blood cells including blast cells. Would you find immature white blood cells in a normal peripheral blood smear? Why or why not? What is the probable cause of her symptoms? 4. Indicate w hether the statement below describes intrinsic coagulation (), extrinsic coagulation only blood components are used shorter pathway (E), or both (B). requires factor VII requires factor X inhibited by protein C requires Ca2 5. Match the terms with the correct statement a. plasmin b. thromboxane A2 c. vitamin K d. fibrin e. seratonin f. heparin g. tissue factor h. thrombirn i. prothrombin activator j. plasminogen activator

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2. A
n unlabeled container of blood product is left in the laboratory. The technician
etermine whether the sample is serum or plasma. He tested the levels of
in, erythrocytes, granulocytes, fibrinogen and seratonin. Which of these tests
might help him and why?? Explain
3. A
25 year old female presents to her primary care physician with a one month history of cough
and occasional fevers. She is diagnosed and treated for pneumonia. She returns to the clinic
in a month with similar complaints. She also reports continuing fatigue and has noticed
frequent gum bleeding. A peripheral blood smear shows lot of immature white blood cells
including blast cells.
Would you find immature white blood cells in a normal peripheral blood smear? Why or why
not?
What is the probable cause of her symptoms?
4. Indicate w
hether the statement below describes intrinsic coagulation (), extrinsic coagulation
only blood components are used
shorter pathway
(E), or both (B).
requires factor VII
requires factor X
inhibited by protein C
requires Ca2
5. Match the terms with the correct statement
a. plasmin
b. thromboxane A2
c. vitamin K
d. fibrin
e. seratonin
f. heparin
g. tissue factor
h. thrombirn
i. prothrombin activator
j. plasminogen activator
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2. A n unlabeled container of blood product is left in the laboratory. The technician etermine whether the sample is serum or plasma. He tested the levels of in, erythrocytes, granulocytes, fibrinogen and seratonin. Which of these tests might help him and why?? Explain 3. A 25 year old female presents to her primary care physician with a one month history of cough and occasional fevers. She is diagnosed and treated for pneumonia. She returns to the clinic in a month with similar complaints. She also reports continuing fatigue and has noticed frequent gum bleeding. A peripheral blood smear shows lot of immature white blood cells including blast cells. Would you find immature white blood cells in a normal peripheral blood smear? Why or why not? What is the probable cause of her symptoms? 4. Indicate w hether the statement below describes intrinsic coagulation (), extrinsic coagulation only blood components are used shorter pathway (E), or both (B). requires factor VII requires factor X inhibited by protein C requires Ca2 5. Match the terms with the correct statement a. plasmin b. thromboxane A2 c. vitamin K d. fibrin e. seratonin f. heparin g. tissue factor h. thrombirn i. prothrombin activator j. plasminogen activator

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