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Blood Part II

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Blood Part II

AMTP, 2009

Cameron (1)-

Camden (2)-

Marcela (3)-

Kayvan (4)-

Jim (5)-

- First view at 10 x
- Draw what you see in the field of view
- Then view at 40 x
- Draw what you see with the field of view
- Count the number of red blood cells in the field of view at 40X
- Count clumped together cells separately
- Calculate the average of three cell counts
- Multiply by 150,000 to get the #/cc

- A patient comes into your clinic asking the following question: “I am trying to figure out what blood type the father of my son could have since my son and I are both type A+. My brother is type 0 and my mom is A+. ” Explain how you get your answer.
- The father could be:A. A, AB, B, or OB. Either A or BC. Either A or O

- What is the blood type consistency of two parents who are O+ who have 8 children? 2 of 8 are reported to be O+ and O-. Does that seem to be likely?? -
- A. LikelyB. Unlikely

- A client comes to you asking, “What is the likelihood that a parent with A+ blood and a parent with B- blood, would have a son with O- blood?

- A heart patient is given a blood transfusion and dies soon after. The heart patient had type A+ blood. She was transfused with AB+ blood. Explain why the transfusion led to death by using the terms such as red blood cells, antigens, and antibodies.