vs. P. putida = choices ; 1. pyoverdin, 2. growth @ 42C (answered #2 not sure)
Growth in olive oil = M. furfur
Picture of stomatocytes= liver disease
Whats in the saliva of Le (a+b-)= answered Lea( not sure) other choices include H and A
Specimen of choice for whopping cough = nasopharangeal swab
Creatinine clearance calculation
ABO typing discrepancies (5 items or more )
Before addition of caffeine bilirubin = after addition of caffeine bili = = what is the conjugated and unconjugated bilirubin result
Abnormal acetaminophen result ( increased) what other relevant test mus be performed
Choices are 1. bun 2. crea 3. salicylate
Cryoprecipitate storage after thawing
Will you preapare platelet concentrate from wholeblood stored in ref for 24hours?
Picture of hypersegmented neutrophil = condition associated with it
Picture of burr cells = condition associated with it
Antibody panels = identify the unit to be transfused
Patient for coagulation study has 67% hematocrit what would you do.
Choices include 1. recollect with reduced anticoagulant 2. proceed with test 3. recollect with increased anticoagulant
Many conditions, including infections, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, stress, medications, leukemia, autoimmune diseases, long-term exposure to toxic chemicals, allergies and long-term steroid use, can lead to changes in the numbers and types of WBCs. Your doctor may order a WBC differential count to evaluate how effective a drug treatment is, to confirm certain symptoms or to diagnose an illness. Comparing the numbers of each specific type of white cell to normal values is helpful in diagnosing particular illnesses. Normal values or normal ranges are usually included with your WBC differential count results.