Study Guide exam Cardio - ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY CARDIOVASCULAR TEST CHAPTER 18,19,20 1 A deficiency of oxygen anemia A deficiency of oxygen is one of

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY CARDIOVASCULAR TEST CHAPTER 18,19,20. 1.A deficiency of oxygen, anemia. A deficiency of oxygen is one of the leading causes of anemia. (F)2.Hemostasis ,clotting. Hemostasis is another term for blood clotting. (F)3.RBC count, anemic. A person can have a normal RBC count yet still be anemic (T)4.Rh+ , newborn. RH+ women do not have babies with hemolytic disease of the newborn (T)5. Bile pigments, hemoglobin. Bile pigments are produced by the breakdown of the globinpart of hemoglobin. (F)6. The intrinsic and extrinsic pathways The intrinsic and extrinsic pathways of blood clotting differ fromeach other only up to the point where factor X is activated.(F)7. iron from, clotting. Removing the iron from solution as soon as blood is drawn willprevent the blood from clotting. (F)8. type B, type A. A type B person's blood plasma will not agglutinate a type Aperson's erythrocytes. (F)9. type B+,type O-. A man with blood type B+ cannot be the father of a baby with blood type O- (F)10. Rh-, newborn. An Rh- woman's second or third baby is more like to have hemolytic disease of the newborn than her first baby is (T)11. Albumin, blood plasma. Albumin is the most abundant protein in the blood plasma (T)12. Blood has all the following functions except:A) nutrient transport.B) heat transfer.C) clotting.D) hormone production.E) pH buffering.13. The resistance of a fluid such as blood to flow is called its
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14. Blood serum is essentially the same as blood plasma except that plasma contains ____ and serum does not15. Erythrocytes transport oxygen and serve to16. The ___ is especially involved in breaking up old erythrocytes and disposing of cellular remainsA) spleenB) bone marrowC) lungD) heartE) kidney17. Erythropoiesis is stimulated by a hormone that is secreted by the18. The least abundant leukocytes in normal circulating blood are19. The enzyme that converts fibrinogen to fibrin is
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  • Fall '16
  • Lambrini Nicopoulos
  • Physiology, Anatomy, Common carotid artery, Subclavian artery, Internal jugular vein, Brachiocephalic artery

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