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Chapter 9 Hematology
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Topics h Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathophysiology h General Assessment and Management h Managing Specific Patient Problems
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Hematology h The Study of Blood and Blood-Forming Organs h Includes study of blood disorders: h Red blood cell disorders h White blood cell disorders h Platelet disorders h Coagulation problems
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Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathophysiology h Components h Blood, bone marrow, liver, spleen, kidneys h Hematopoiesis h Pluripotent stem cell h Erythropoietin h Blood Volume
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Components of Blood (1 of 6) h Plasma h Water h 90–92% by volume h Proteins h 6–7% by volume h Other h 2–3% by volume h Fats, carbohydrates, electrolytes, gases, and chemical messengers
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Components of Blood (2 of 6) h Red Blood Cells h Hemoglobin h Oxygen transport h Bohr effect h 2,3 DPG h Oxygen–hemoglobin dissociation curve
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Components of Blood (3 of 6) h Red Blood Cells h Production h Erythropoiesis h Hemolysis h Sequestration h Laboratory analysis of red blood cells h Red blood cell count h Hematocrit h Hemoglobin
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Components of Blood (4 of 6) h White Blood Cells h Margination h Phagocytosis h White blood cell count
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Components of Blood (5 of 6) h White Blood Cells h Leukopoiesis h Granulocytes h Neutrophil h Basophil h Eosinophil h Lymphocytes h Monocytes
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Components of Blood (6 of 6) h White Blood Cells h Immunity h Subpopulation of lymphocytes known as T cells and B cells h T cells develop cellular immunity. h B cells produce humoral immunity. h Autoimmune disease h Alterations in the immune process h Inflammatory process
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Immune Response
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Components of Blood h Platelets h Megakaryocytes h Thrombocytopenia h Thrombocytosis
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Hemostasis (1 of 3) h Controlling Blood Loss h Vascular spasms h Platelet plugs h Stable fibrin blood clots
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Hemostasis (2 of 3)
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2010 for the course PAR 100 taught by Professor Alan during the Spring '10 term at Miramar College.

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ch09 - Chapter 9 Hematology Topics h Anatomy, Physiology,...

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