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% of plasma in blood?


55%




% of erythrocytes in blood?

45%
% of buffy coat in blood (WBCs and platelets)

> 1 %

~ blood volume


5 liters




Hematocrit (percentage of RBCs in blood)
~45%

Blood pH

7.35-7.45

RBC count

~5 million cells /microliter

platelet count

150,000-400,000
Trace a RBC through the heart:

1.) superior vena cava 2.) right atrium 3.) tricuspid valve 4.) right ventricle 5.) pulmonary valve 6.) pulmonary trunk 7.) pulmonary arteries 8.) pulmonary capillaries 9.) pulmonary veins 10.) left atrium 11.) mitral valve 12.) left ventricle 13.) aortic valve 14.) aorta

The four cardinal signs of inflammation


1.) Redness (rubor)


2.) Heat (calor)


3.) Swelling (tumor)


4.) Pain (dolor)

Effects of inflammatory chemicals:


Vasodilation


Increased capillary permeability


Phagocyte mobilization

Trace a molecule of oxygen from where it enters the body into the alveoli of lungs:

1.)nasal cavity 2.) nasopharynx 3.) oropharynx 4.) oropharynx 5.) laryngopharynx 6.) larynx 7.) trachea 8.) primary bronchus 9.) secondary bronchus 10.) tertiary bronchus 11.) multiple bronchi 12.) bronchioles 13.) terminal bronchiole 14.) respiratory bronchiole 15.) alveolar duct 16.) Alveolar sac. 17.) alveolus

Order of the alimentary canal:
1.) oral cavity 2.) pharynx 3.) esophagus 4.) gastroesphogeal sphincter 5.) stomach 6.) pyloric sphincter 7.) duodenum 8.) jejunum 9.) ileum 10.) ilocecal valve 11.) cecum 12.) ascending colon 13.) transverse colon 14.) descending colon 15.) sigmoid colon 16.) rectum 17.) anal sphincter 18.)anus)