Chronic Myeloproliferative Disorders
#1. chronic myeloproliferative disorders - defect found in pluripotential hematopoietic stem cell due to a genetic mutation; production of a pathogenic clone; bone marrow and peripheral blood sho...
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#1. Microcyte - Iron deficiency anemia Sideroblastic anemia Certain thalassemias Lead poisoning Certain hemoglobinopathies #2. Macrocyte - Megaloblastic Anemia (Vitamin B12/Folate deficiency) Myel...
Pmborton|1 year ago|±0|11 views
CBC Reference Ranges
#1. WBC - 4.8-10.8 x 10^9/L #2. RBC Men - 4.7-6.1 x 10^12/L #3. Hgb Men - 14-18 g/dL #4. Hct Men - 42-52% #5. MCV - 80-100 fL #6. MCH - 27-31 pg #7. MCHC Men - 32-36 % #8. RBC Women - 4.2-5.4 ...
Pmborton|1 year ago|±0|7 views
Anatomy misc (Nicola)
#1. what is located in the RUQ - liver gallbladder head of pancreas #2. what is located in the LUQ - spleen body/tail of pancreas and part of the liver #3. gallbladder the hepatic ducts, the cystic ...
fudgey65|4 years ago|±0|43 views
#1. Portion of the aorta within the abdominal cavity, extending from the diaphragm to the pelvis; its main branches supply the major vital organs, including the entire GI tract, liver, and kidneys. -...
fudgey65|3 years ago|±0|120 views
medical terminology ch 8
#1. STAT - immediately #2. antagonist - a substance that interferes with or opposes the action of a drug #3. drug - a substance that alters body functions #4. contraindications - a factor that mak...
brenda87|7 years ago|±0|148 views
Soft goods and misc instruments (Nicola)
#1. sterile, non-adherent gauze dressing with bacteriostatic action; used frequently on ortho cases and for burn victims - Xeroform #2. drape abdomen during procedure or to hold stockinette on during...
fudgey65|4 years ago|±0|40 views
Nicola Lange testing pharm
#1. Neo-Synephrine - a mydriatric drug is used to - Dilate the pupil #2. Paralysis of the ciliary muscle is achieved by a - Cycloplegic #3. When plasma is not available for intravenous use what othe...
fudgey65|3 years ago|±0|59 views
Certification Review misc 1
#1. Adnexa refers to - accessory organs #2. A drop is denoted by the abbreviation - gt #3. The abbreviation ung refers to - ointment #4. Proximal is a term that indicates a point - nearer to the b...
fudgey65|4 years ago|±0|73 views
Cranial Nerves Function ***
#1. Olfactory I - Type: Sensory Function: Sense of Smell #2. Optic II - Type: Sensory Function: Vision - Retina #3. Oculomotor III - Type: Motor Function: Raise eyelids, move eyes, regulate the siz...
fudgey65|3 years ago|±0|84 views
Chapter 18 Oral & Maxillofacial Instruments
#1. Mouth props #2. Arch Bar Mayo table #3. Cornea Shield #4. Minnesota Retractor #5. Orbital Retractor #6. Periosteal Elevator #7. Cheek Retractor #8. Rowe Maxillary Forceps #9. Wire Suture #10. Wire...
fudgey65|4 years ago|±0|75 views
#1. adhesive strip dressing; come in 1/4-, 1/2- and 1-inch widths. - steri-strips #2. an adhesive; retains bandages longer - mastisol #3. liquid skin adhesive used to close wounds - Dermabond #4. a...
fudgey65|4 years ago|±0|55 views
Positioning and prepping the patient (Nicola)
#1. a minimum of two individuals - how many people does it take to assist a mobile patient #2. a minimum of four individuals - how many people does it take to assist a inmobile patient #3. fowlers p...
fudgey65|4 years ago|±0|206 views
#1. Autoimmune disease - conditions in which damage to organs or tissues results from the presence of autoantibody or autoreactive T-cells #2. Central tolerance - -the destruction of potentially s...
Kelly_Martinez|1 year ago|±0|12 views