Monday, February 28, 2011

Review Questions on Electrolytes

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE( 1 pt. Each)

CHOICES FOR NOS. 1 TO 20

A. Chloride

B. Calcium

C. Inorganic phosphorus

D. All of the above

E. A & B

F. A & C

G. B & C

H. A & C

I. None of the above

1. Uses visible spectrum in the Electromagnetic Radiation

2.Uses ultraviolet spectrum in the Electromagnetic Radiation

3.Utilizes Beer-Lambert’s Law

4. Pumping of fist is not allowed during extraction

5.Reagent has sodium azide component.

6. Incubation at 37 degrees centigrade for 5 minutes is employed.

7. Expression of concentration is in mmol/L

8. Best specimen is serum.

9. Best specimen is plasma

1 10.Cannot use EDTA treated blood.

1 11. Cannot use oxalated blood

1 12. Incubation is at room temperature for 10 minutes.

1 13. Cation

1 14. Anion

1 15. Concentration is usually measured through precipitation

1 16. Concentration of standard is 5 mg/dL

1 17. Regulates volume and osmosis

1 18. Most abundant anion in the extracellular fluid

1 19. Lithium and heparin are suitable anticoagulants

20. Slight hemolysis is acceptable.

WATCH OUT FOR ANSWERS IN THE NEXT POST.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

V. TRANSCRIPTION: ( 1 PT. EACH)

1. TLA______________________________________________

2. NCCLS____________________________________________

3. NIST______________________________________________

4. POC_______________________________________________

5. ABG_______________________________________________

6. BGA_______________________________________________

7. UDPGT_____________________________________________

8. TLC________________________________________________

9. H-H Equation_________________________________________

10. PCO2________________________________________________

11. pH_________________________________________________

12. dCO2_________________________________________________

13. HCO3_________________________________________________

14. TC___________________________________________________

15. H2CO3__________________________________________________



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