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Veins used for Canine Blood draws
Jugular
Cephalic
Lateral Saphenous
Veins used for Feline Blood Draws
Jugular
Cephalic
Medial Saphenous
How do you determine how much blood can be taken from a healthy animal
kg X 10 = mls that can be drawn
Simple method
What are the six categories of WBC's?
Neutrophil
Band Neutrophil
Lymphocytes
Monocytes
Eosinophils
Basophils
Howell-Jolly Body
What is the "Purple Dot" in the RBC in the right lower corner?
Crenation
What are you seeing in the middle of this slide?
3 "abnormal" cells in the middle of the slide
Rouleaux
What would you call most of the RBC'S?
Basophils
What type of WBC are you seeing?
Eosinophils
What type of WBC are you seeing?
RBC
Feline
What type of cell are you seeing?
Who is it from?
RBC
Canine
What type of cell are you seeing?
What animal would you see this in?
Lymphocyte
What type of WBC are you seeing?
Monocyte
What type of WBC are you seeing?
Neutrophil
What type of WBC are you seeing?