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Blood and Drugs

IMED2002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Colonoscopy, Blood Transfusion, Malabsorption
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IMED2002: Revision Notes 11 Lab Features of IDA: Mild thrombocytosis Reduced reticulocyte count BM reduced erythropoiesis BM reduce iron stores elevated platelet count = body compensate for blood loss IDA: always du...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED2002
Wendy Erber
IMED2002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Anemia, Reference Range, Mean Corpuscular Volume
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IMED2002 Revision Notes 4 Learning Outcomes: Explain the process of blood production (haemopoiesis) Know about cytokines that inuence haemopoiesis Understand the components of blood and their function Know the cells th...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED2002
Wendy Erber
IMED2002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Petechia, Thrombocytopenia, Infectious Mononucleosis
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IMED2002: Revision Notes 5 3 granulocytes: Neutrophil Eosinophil Basophil all have light pink granules in cytoplasm Monocytes: (1015) = biggest WBC grey cytoplasm = garbage collection remove debris Glandular fever...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED2002
Wendy Erber
IMED2002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hemolysis, Menorrhagia, Erythropoiesis
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IMED2002 Revision Notes 8 Causes of Anaemia: Reduced BM production (primary) 1. BM failure = aplastic anaemia 2. Red cell aplasia 3. BM dysfunction = myelodysplasia biopsy of BM with HE Pink lines = trabecular bone (thi...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED2002
Wendy Erber
IMED2002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Growth Factor, Blood Transfusion, Granulopoiesis
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IMED2002 Revision Notes 2 Processes: Go through process of dierentiation from early cells to more mature cells erythropoiesis = RBC (34 days) Granulopoiesis = WBC (7 days) = happens in BM at the very end and then thes...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED2002
Wendy Erber
IMED2002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sclera, Hemolysis, Menorrhagia
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IMED2002: Revision Notes 7 Blood Transfusion: We have reserve of platelets (thrombocyte), wont bleed spontaneously until <10 When we donate blood, it is whole blood. But when transfusing, blood is divided by dierent com...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED2002
Wendy Erber
IMED2002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Thalassemia, Genetic Disorder, White Blood Cell
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IMED2002: Revision Notes 3 Cytokines: Important cytokines = make WBC GCSF: granulocytecolony stimulating factor GMCSF: granulocytemacrophage colony stimulating factor = both broader specicity aecting granulocyte product...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED2002
Wendy Erber
IMED2002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Anticoagulant, Thrombocytopenia, Petechia
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IMED2002: Revision Notes 6 Glandular fever: viral infection (reactive lymphocytosis) Increase levels of lymphocytes to deal with infection When boy exposed to viral infection, lymphocytes activated, respond to viral inf...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED2002
Wendy Erber
IMED2002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Coeliac Disease, Vaginal Bleeding, Anemia
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IMED2002: Revision Notes 10 Iron Distribution in Body: normally 4g4000mg Some in macrophages in ferritin for storage (macrophages primarily in liver, spleen and BM) measure ferritin in blood is the easiest Iron Cycle: ...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED2002
Wendy Erber
IMED2002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hypochromic Anemia, Esophagogastroduodenoscopy, Coeliac Disease
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IMED2002: Revision Notes 9 Iron: important mineral Exists in all cells Important for: 1. RBC 2. Myoglobin 3. Enzyme 4. Immune system How to Identify Anaemia: size of RBC is good indicator of cause MCV used as guide fo...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED2002
Wendy Erber
IMED2002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Yolk Sac, Neutrophil
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IMED2002 Revision Notes 1 Blood Cells Production: Occurs in the bone marrow Blood cells from birth are generated by progenitorprecursor cells in BM BM goes through blood cell production through orderly process Increase...

Integrated Medical Sciences
IMED2002
Wendy Erber

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