Pleural, Pericardial, and Peritoneal Fluid Analysis
#1. serous membrane - covers lungs, heart, and abdominal organs (visceral membrane) and internal surfaces of body cavity wall (parietal membrane) #2. pleural - fluid of the lungs #3. pericardial ...
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Chemical Examination of Urine
#1. reagent strips - the most common method for chemical testing #2. ascorbic acid - high amounts that can interfere and cause false positives #3. moisture, heat, chemicals, and light - factors tha...
Pmborton|3 years ago|±0|29 views
Microscopic Examination of Urine Sediment
#1. 12mL - volume of urine recommended for urinalysis #2. 10-15mL - volume range of urine recommended for urinalysis #3. 1 mL - amount of sediment obtained #4. RBCs, WBCs, and casts - components t...
Pmborton|3 years ago|±0|68 views
#1. 7.2-7.8 - normal pH of sperm #2. 3.8-4.5 - normal pH of vaginal secretions #3. greater than or equal to 2 - Lecithin/sphingomyelin ration indicating fetal lung maturity #4. large gram positive ...
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Urine Specimen Types, Collection, and Preservation
#1. urinalysis - a fluid biopsy of the kidney #2. first morning - preferred specimen; most concentrated; used for nitrites, protein, cytology, and formed elements (WBC, RBC, casts) #3. random - f...
Pmborton|3 years ago|±0|18 views
Synovial Fluid Analysis
#1. joint space - lined by a synovial membrane and synovial fluid bathes and lubricates joints; present where friction can develop #2. synoviocytes - lines joint space; actively phagocytic and syn...
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Renal and Metabolic Disease
#1. glomerular, tubular, interstitial, and vascular - the four types of renal disease #2. glomerular - caused by immune mediated #3. tubular and interstitial - caused by toxic or infectious substan...
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#1. two squamous epithelial cells #2. fragment of renal collecting duct epithelial cells #3. white blood cells stained with 0.5% toluidine blue #4. bacteria; gram negative rods and gram positive cocci...
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#1. Right Atrium - -receives deoxygenated blood from 2 large veins 1.superior vena cava 2.inferior vena cava #2. Superior Vena Cava - -brings blood from parts of the body superior to...
chaneasegarvey|7 years ago|±0|417 views
206 Bones of the Body
The 206 bones of the body and there location.
jncanf|10 years ago|+5|4,951 views
#1. Digestive System/Gastrointestinal System - -physically and chemically breaks down food into nutrients so they can be absorbed by cell membranes #2. Mastication - -chewing food into smaller piece...
chaneasegarvey|7 years ago|±0|399 views
Body cavities and Organs
Body cavities and Organs Made by Nicola Ruskowitz
fudgey65|6 years ago|±0|213 views
human anatomy chapter 6
#1. The axial skeleton 1. Composed of... 2. 3 regions - 1. bones along the central axis of the body 2. A. Skull B. Vertebral column C. thoracic cage #2. functional anatomy of the axial skelet...
taramiller09|8 years ago|±0|3,364 views
Human A&P Chap. 24: Nutrition, Metabolism, and Body Temp. Regulation Multiple Choice
#1. The molecule that serves as the major source of readily available fuel for neurons and blood cells is ________. - B) glucose #2. Peptides called NPY and AgRP ________. - D) are powerful appetite...
macguyver115|9 years ago|+6|41,321 views