• 3.366 Search Results 'Blood components'
  • 0

    Filter(s)

All 3.366 results

document-image
ANATOMY 001 - FINAL EXAM -PART 1 STUDY GUIDE.
(0)
$15.49

ANATOMY 001 - FINAL EXAM -PART 1 STUDY GUIDE/ANATOMY 001 - FINAL EXAM -PART 1 STUDY GUIDE. LYMPHATIC, RESPIRATORY, AND DIGESTIVE SYSTEMS CHAPTER 21: LYMPHATIC SYSTEM I. Lymphatic system overview A. What are the structural components of the lymphatic system? The structural components of the lymphatic system are the Lymphocytes, Lymphatic vessels, Lymphoid tissue, Lymphoid organs. B. What are the functions of the lymphatic system? Functions of the lymphatic system return exces...

i See more info x
  • Exam (elaborations)
  •  • 43 pages • 
  • by bestnurse • 
  • uploaded  27-05-2021
Quick View
i x
document-image
VNSG 1509 - Exam 4 Study Guide.
(0)
$14.49

VNSG 1509 - Exam 4 Study Guide Chapter 46 Describe the components of blood. o RBCs (erythrocytes), WBCs (leukocytes), Platelets (thrombocytes) o Plasma is the light-yellow fluid of the blood it is 55% of blood volume. o 45% of blood is composed of blood cells and platelets. Erythropoiesis is the process of RBC production Depends on several factors of Healthy bone marrow, presence of dietary substances (iron, copper, essential amino acids, vitamin B12, folic acid, riboflavin (v...

i See more info x
  • Exam (elaborations)
  •  • 25 pages • 
  • by bestnurse • 
  • uploaded  09-06-2021
Quick View
i x
document-image
NURS 5165 - Advanced Pathophysiology Midterm Study Guide.
(0)
$15.49

NURS 5165 - Advanced Pathophysiology Midterm Study Guide/NURS 5165 - Advanced Pathophysiology Midterm Study Guide. Purpura- blood vessels burst and blood pools under skin, resulting in spots (indicate blood clotting disorder). Seen in leukemia Petechiae are pinpoint, round spots that appear on the skin as a result of bleeding (appears red, brown or purple) appears in clusters and looks like a rash (sepsis, thromboycytopenia, leukemia) What are the types of plasma proteins/ How are they distrib...

i See more info x
  • Exam (elaborations)
  •  • 24 pages • 
  • by bestnurse • 
  • uploaded  12-06-2021
Quick View
i x
document-image
NURS 216 - Patho Exam 2 Study Guide.
(0)
$14.49

NURS 216 - Patho Exam 2 Study Guide/NURS 216 - Patho Exam 2 Study Guide. 1. Identify the characteristics of bacteria, viruses and fungi. (Infection Notes and slides) 2. Identify the stages of disease progression from portal of entry to resolution. (Infection Notes) 3. Distinguish between gram positive, gram negative, and aerobic and anaerobic bacteria. 4. Identify the components and normal/abnormal values of a complete blood count. 5. Identify the role of fever in an infection. 6...

i See more info x
  • Exam (elaborations)
  •  • 25 pages • 
  • by bestnurse • 
  • uploaded  29-03-2021
Quick View
i x
document-image
NURS 3093 Study guide for pathophysiology test 2
(0)
$15.49

Study guide path 2 Hematologic System Ch. 20 Hematologic System: **Functions**  Deliver nutrients and substances  Removal of wastes  Defense and repair  Maintain acid-base balance Don’t have memorize, this is a visual. Vast majority of formed elements are RBC and of those are neutrophils and lymphocytes. Blood: 90% water and 10 solutes 5.5 Liters total volume 50-55% plasma Liquid portion that contains organic and inorganic elements Blood: Plasma proteins  Album...

i See more info x
  • Other
  •  • 12 pages • 
  • by SolutionGuide • 
  • uploaded  10-07-2021
Quick View
i x

Sell your knowledge on Stuvia

Hundred thousands of people are searching for your content every day. You can easily upload your summaries to our platform and start earning money from your study notes.

Sign up for free today and start earning while helping others!

Start selling or learn more about selling on Stuvia  
document-image
NSG 211- Exam 3 Study Guide.
(0)
$12.49

NSG 211- Exam 3 Study Guide/NSG 211- Exam 3 Study Guide. Module 9 – Blood and Lymphatic Disorders Part 1 ● Blood: o Functions: Transportation (O2, Glucose, Nutrients, and Hormones), Defense mechanism (WBC), promotion of homeostasis through heat distribution, clotting factors, BP, and Acid buffer system o Components: Plasma (45% total, made of 7% protein, 91% water, 2% other solutes), Platelets (<1% - normal is 150k-450k), Leukocytes (<1% - normal is 4500-9000), and Erythrocyt...

i See more info x
  • Exam (elaborations)
  •  • 13 pages • 
  • by bestnurse • 
  • uploaded  15-07-2021
Quick View
i x
document-image
BIO 251 - Final Review Study Guide.
(0)
$15.49

BIO 251 - Final Review Study Guide/BIO 251 - Final Review Study Guide. Feedback Mechanisms (components, examples and regulation) Negative Feedback: reverse a change in a controlled condition consider the regulation of blood pressure. BP is the force exerted by blood as it presses against the wall of blood vessels. When the heart beats faster or harder, the BP increase Ex: blood pressure increasing Positive Feedback: tends to strengthen or reinforce a change in one of the body’s-controlled c...

i See more info x
  • Study guide
  •  • 23 pages • 
  • by bestnurse • 
  • uploaded  02-11-2020
Quick View
i x
document-image
Patho Final Sg - Summary - complete - Exam 1 and final exam study guide
(0)
$11.49

Patho Final Sg - Summary - complete - Exam 1 and final exam study guide Pathophysiology & Pharmacotherapeutics Nursing Ii:Prelicensu (Illinois State University) Patho Exam 1 Study Guide (60 questions) Stress and Disease (12 questions) • Homeostasis & control systems o Homeostasis: level of constancy maintained by the body during times of change. INTERNAL BALANCE. –every cell of body involved. Use adaptive response.  3 structures responsible: • medulla: controls vital functi...

i See more info x
  • Exam (elaborations)
  •  • 61 pages • 
  • by ianwazaski • 
  • uploaded  18-01-2021
Quick View
i x
document-image
NR 340 Critical Care Exam 3 Guide
(0)
$11.00

NR 340 Critical Care Exam 3 Guide Neuro Basics · Brain metabolism o Soul source of energy for the brain is glucose. Brain needs glucose to function. Brain cannot store it, but needs a constant supply. If glucose levels start to fall you will some changed. o Cerebral glucose < 70 mg/dL = confusion o Cerebral glucose < 20 mg/dL = damage · Cerebral blood flow · Autoregulation o Changes in pressure o Changes in CO2 ▪ Alters cerebral blood volume with change in blood vessel ...

i See more info x
  • Summary
  •  • 27 pages • 
  • by DUKETEST • 
  • uploaded  27-04-2021
Quick View
i x
document-image
NR 545 Final Exam Study Guide
(1)
$16.49
4x  sold

The final exam includes content from weeks 1-8. The deadline for this exam is Saturday evening at 11:50 pm. Week 8 closes on Saturday not Sunday. Week 7 : renal and urological disorders • Questions can include pathophysiology, health assessment (normal and abnormal), and pharmacologic treatment • Review required readings, course lectures, case study and learning activity. Fluid and electrolyte balance- processes in the kidney • Hormones controls reabsorption of fluid and elect...

i See more info x
  • Exam (elaborations)
  •  • 20 pages • 
  • by vicbanks • 
  • uploaded  01-02-2021
Quick View
i x