Lab Exam 2

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What is circled?

Erythrocytes (RBCs)

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What is circled?

Leukocytes (neutrophils)

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What is circled?

Platelets

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What type of blood cell is this?

Neutrophil

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What type of blood cell is this?

Eosinophil

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What type of blood cell is this?

Basophil

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What type of blood cell is this?

Lymphocyte

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What type of blood cell is this?

Monocyte

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What type of blood cell is this?

Platelets

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What type of blood cell is this?

Erythrocyte

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Transports oxygen and carbon dioxide: this is the function of...

Red Blood Cell (erythrocyte)

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Destroys pathogenic microorganisms and parasites, removes worn cells, and provides immunity: this is the function of...

White Blood Cells (leukocytes)

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Which of the following are Granulocytes?

A. Neutrophil

B. Monocyte

C. Eosinophil

D. Lymphocyte

E. Basophil

A, C, and E

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Which of the following are Agranulocytes?

A. Neutrophil

B. Monocyte

C. Eosinophil

D. Lymphocyte

E. Basophil

B and D

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Phagocytizes bacteria: is the function of...

Neutrophils

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Destroys parasites and helps control inflammation and allergic reactions: is the function of...

Eosinophil

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Releases heparin (an anticoagulant) and histamine (a blood vessel dilator): is the function of...

Basophil

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Phagocytizes dead or dying cells and microorganisms: is the function of...

Monocytes

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Provides immunity; produces antibodies; destroys foreign cells and infected cells with viruses: is the function of...

Lymphocyte

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helps control blood loss from injured blood vessels; needed for blood clotting: is the function of...

Platelet (thrombocyte)

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54-62% is the normal value of...

Neutrophils

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25-33% is the normal value of...

Lymphocytes

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3-9% is the normal value of...

Monocytes

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1-3% is the normal value of...

Eosinophils

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<1% is the normal value of...

Basophils

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Bacterial infections and stress elevate levels of...

Neutrophils

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Mononucleosis, whooping cough, and viral infections elevate levels of...

Lymphocytes

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Malaria, tuberculosis, and fungal infections elevate levels of...

Monocytes

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Allergic reactions, autoimmune diseases, and parasitic worms elevate levels of...

Eosinophils

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Cancers, chicken pox, and hypothyroidism elevate levels of...

Basophils

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This is a...

Artery

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This is a...

Vein

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This is a...

Cardiac muscle

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Depolarization of atrial fibers is which ECG component?

P wave

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Time for cardiac impulse from SA node through AV node is which ECG component?

P-Q (P-R) interval

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Depolarization of ventricular fibers is which ECG component?

QRS complex

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Time for ventricles to contract is which ECG component?

S-T segment

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Time from ventricular depolarization to end of ventricular repolarization is which ECG component?

Q-T interval

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Repolarization of ventricular fibers (ends pattern) is which ECG component?

T wave

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Which side of the heart is oxygenated?

Left

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The BLUE shaded area represents the Lumen of a _______.

arteriole

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The RED shaded area represents the lumen of a _______.

venule

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What does this EKG reading indicate?

Premature Ventricular Contraction

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What does this EKG reading indicate?

Heart Block

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What does this EKG reading indicate?

Atrial fibrillation

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What does this EKG reading indicate?

Ventricular fibrillation

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What does this EKG reading indicate?

Sinus rhythm (normal)