Unit 2 practice quiz

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1

What is the average normal pH of blood ?

7.4

2

Which of the following is a protective function of blood ?
Prevention of blood loss
Maintenance of adequate fluid volume
Maintenance of normal pH in body tissue
Maintenance of body temperature

PREVENTION OF BLOOD LOSS

3

An individual who is blood type AB negative

CAN RECEIVE ANY BLOOD TYPE IN MODERATE AMOUNTS EXCEPT THAT WITH THE RH ANITGEN

4

Which of the following is not a phase of homeostatis ?
vascular spasm
fibrinolysis
platelet plug formation
coagulation

FIBRINOLYSIS

5

Which of the following is characteristic of leukocytes ?

THEY ARE NUCLEATED

6

Platelets

STICK TO THE DAMAGED AREA OF A BLOOD VESSEL AND HELP HEAL THE BREAK

7

Fred's blood was determined to be AB positive. What does that mean ?

THERE ARE NO ANTIBODIES TO A, TO B, OR TO RH ANTIGENS IN THE PLASMA.

8

When can erythroblastosis fetalis not possibly happen in the child of an Rh negative mother ?

IF THE FATHER IS RH NEGATIVE

9

What organ in the body regulates erythrocyte production ?

KIDNEY

10

All blood cells begin as the same type of cell called

HEMOCYTOBLAST

11

A hematocrit of 45% indicates

NORMAL BLOOD

12

A high white blood cell count is called

LEUKOCYTOSIS

13

Acute bacterial infection and tissue destruction is usually characterized by an increase in the number of

NEUTROPHILS

14

Plasma can be given to anyone without the danger of incompatibility because it lacks

ANTIGENS

15

The anticoagulant coumadin (warfarin) and dicumerol work because they

PREVENT ABSORPTION OF VITAMIN K FROM THE DIGESTIVE TRACT