S&D Week 2 Sq3

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A-D-D-I-T-I-V-Ein laboratory, any material placed in a tube that maintains or facilitates the integrity and function of the specimin
A-L-I-Q-U-O-Tpart of the whole specimen that has been taken off for use testing or storage
A-N-T-I-C-O-A-G-U-L-A-N-Tchemical in a blood tube that prevents the clotting of the blood by removing the calcium from the blood or by stopping the formation of trombin
C-A-N-N-U-L-Aflexible tube, usually containing a trochar, that is inserted into a body cavity, duct, or vessel to drain fluid or administer a substance such a medication, ie. an IV cannula
C-E-N-T-R-I-F-U-G-Edevice that spins tubes using a centrifugal force to separate the fluid portion of blood from the formed elements
C-O-N-S-T-R-I-C-Tto become smaller in diameter
D-I-L-A-T-Eto enlarge in diameter
E-D-E-M-A-T-O-U-Sabnormal accumulation of fluid in the tissues resulting in swelling
E-R-Y-T-H-R-O-C-Y-T-Ered blood cell, one of the formed elements of blood
H-E-M-A-T-O-L-O-G-Ystudy of blood and blood forming tissues
H-E-M-A-T-O-M-Aa large bruise, accumulation of blood around the venipuncture site during or after venipuncture caused by the leakage of blood from where the needle punctured the vein
H-E-M-O-C-O-N-C-E-N-T-R-A-T-I-O-Npooling of blood cells at the location of the tourniquet during venipuncture caused by leaving the tourniquet on the arm too long, resulting in inaccurate blood sample
H-E-M-O-L-Y-S-I-Srupturing of the red blood cells during the process of blood collection- serum or plasma becomes contaminated and has a reddish color
H-Y-P-O-G-L-Y-C-E-M-I-Astate of having a lower than normal blood glucose level
L-E-U-K-O-C-Y-T-Ewhite blood cell, one of the formed elements of blood
L-I-P-E-M-I-Aexcessive amounts of fat (lipids) in the blood, resulting in a blood sample that has a milky apperance
L-E-U-R--L-O-Ksyringe tip that contains grooves or threads so a needle can be securely screwed in
O-X-Y-G-E-N-A-T-E-Dcontaining high or adequate levels of oxygen
P-A-L-P-A-T-Eto feel with fingertips; search for a vein with a pressure and release touch
P-H-L-E-B-O-T-O-M-Yprocess of collecting blood
P-L-A-S-M-Afluid portion of blood which has not been coagulated- this fluid contains fibrinogen
S-E-R-U-Mliquid portion of blood obtained after blood has been allowed to clot
T-H-R-O-M-B-O-C-Y-T-Eplatelet, cellular fragment of megataryocyte; plays an important role in blood coagulation, hemostasis and clot formation
T-O-U-R-N-I-Q-U-E-Tdevice used to facilitate vein prominence by constricting an area of a limb
V-E-N-I-P-U-N-C-T-U-R-Epuncturing into a vein with a needle to obtain a blood sample