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What type of cell is this?
Erythrocyte
Name this type of cell
Neutrophil
Name this type of cell
Basophil
What type of cell is this?
Eosinophil
Name this cell
monocyte
Name this cell
lymphocyte
Name the function of erythrocytes
transport oxygen
How many erythrocytes are there?
4 to 6 million per cubic milliliter
Name the function of neutrophils
phagocyte
How many neutrophils are there?
40% - 70%
What is the function of basophils
to help with allergic reaction and inflammation
How many basophils are there?
1%
What is the function of eosinophils
attack paracidic infections
How many eosinophils are there?
2% - 4%
WHat is the function of monocytes
phagocyte
How many monocytes are there?
3% - 8%
What is the function of lymphocytes
to produce B and T cells
How many lymphocytes are there?
3% - 8%
What is the function of platelets
blood clotting
How many platelets are there?
8%
Name this device
centerifuge
Name this item
heparinized capillary tube
Name 1
plasma
Name 2
buffy coat
Name 3
erythrocytes
Name 4
formed elements
What happens when cells are in the isotonic solution?
they are normal
What happens to cells when they are in the hypertonic solution?
they crenate
What happens to cells when they are in a hypotonic solution?
they are lysed
In a transfusion, what type of blood is A allowed?
A O
In a transfusion, what type of blood is B allowed?
B O
In a transfusion, what type of blood is AB allowed?
A B AB O
In a transfusion, what type of blood is O allowed?
O
In a transfusion, what type of blood can + recieve?
+ -
In a transfusion, what type of blood can - receive?
-