WARD’S SIMULATED BLOOD Objective: The objective of this lab is to use Ward’s simulated blood to know the blood types and Rh factor of four people. Hypothesis: Based on the exercise, if Mr. Smith is a blood type A+, then he will coagulate with anti A and anti Rh. If Mr jones is a blood type B-, then he will coagulate with Anti- B serum. If Mr Green is a AB+, then he will coagulate with Anti- A, B and Rh. If Mr Brown is O-,then he won’t coagulate with any of the blood type A,B and Rh Materials: In this lab, we used Blood typing slides, toothpicks, Unknown samples: Mr. smith,Mr green,Mr.
Compare the result to the chart on the back of the urinary pH test strips bottle, and record data. Clean the stirring rod with water before moving on to the next test tube. Repeat this process for each increment (2 mL, 3mL, 4mL) Figure #1: Picture of bean solution mixed Figure #2: Picture of materials needed for the with alpha galactosidase experiment Safety considerations: Be careful with the beakers, glass stirring rod, and test tubes, as they could break easily and can cause cuts in the skin. DCP: A scatter plot will be used to display how the amount of alpha galactosidase (measured in mL) in the bean solution affects the glucose concentration (measured in mg/dL) and error bars to show the standard deviation. A line of best fit will be used to show the relationship between the glucose concentration and the amount of alpha galactosidase.
It is good for you to always check your equipment before you start doing any testing. Making the blood hemolyed is one of the most common mishaps that happens in the analytical process. It happens when you shake a tube too much and the red blood cells rupture. That is why they have handy tube carrying holders so you don’t shake it up too much. Along with shaking your tubes too much, mixing your tubes is terrible, it can make all the results go
The first demonstration is about pouring two kinds of liquid into the artery model. The first cup of the liquid is very sticky, and Dr. Oz said this is like the regular fat in our blood vessel. The assistant used scary phrases such as “the saturated fat will cause blockage in blood vessel and ultimately cause death.” The assistant basically made it into “if you are consuming saturated fat, you will die.” The assistant also used slanted words as he saying the saturated fat is sticky like molasses. This metaphor exaggerated the stickiness of the saturated fat, which makes the audiences have a negative view of how saturated fat is processed in the blood vessel. The assistant also used scare tactics; he tried to scare the audience with the claim that saturated fat could lead to death.
Tumor treatment by hyperthermia has limitations, however, that the most of nanoparticles do not have high specific absorption rate. At least 10% of tumor weight should be absorbed in order to be effective to heat-ablate tumors through hyperthermia. Treatment of malignant tumors at any site in the body is expected to be possible if agents that convert RF energy into heat can be delivered to the malignant cells. However, RF ablation suffers from the disadvantage that it is an invasive method that often requires insertion of electrodes into the body to deliver RF to the tumor sites. Superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles of a correctly determined size are appropriate for in vivo hyperthermia applications, as they have no net magnetization without the external magnetic field.
After you have sprayed the blades, continue to let the clippers run and work your side lever up and down. Next, give them a couple of light bumps against your palm, to rid the blades of whatever hair may be trapped between the blades. Afterwards, wipe away the waste, and turn them back off. Once that is done, you want to repeat those same steps with your trimmers, minus the working of the lever (because trimmers do not have levers). Now that you are done sanitizing the clippers and trimmers, you will move on to the clipper guards, comb and sheers.
If hemorrhages are small they are look similar to microaneurysms and they also occur like microaneurysms but they are found in the deeper layers of the retina, such as the inner nuclear and outer plexiform layers. Their appearance is a red dot with a density that is uneven. The red dot will be less than 125 microns. This characteristic will not be present if the haemorrhages are round in shape and smooth margins. Sometimes it may be difficult to differentiate between microaneurysms and small haemorrhages.
All Tonkinese have some contrast, as the dominant allele (C) gene is not found in the Tonkinese or Burmese breeds. There is only a single variation between the three strains of Tonkinese: the 'C' gene. It is this that controls their coat pattern. Each Tonkinese has one pair of genes that control their gene pattern with one gene derived from each parent. Each gene can be either a pointed (cs) or a solid (cb) coat pattern gene.
• Neutropenia White blood cells include neutrophils, neutrophils function and immune system protector that combat against diseases and infections. When the levels of neutrophils are insufficient the condition is called neutropenia. The lower the level of absolute neutrophils count is the more susceptible the body is health issues. Infections can be contacted through airborne, contact, saliva and
The thrombin also promotes platelet aggregation. The fibrin stabilizes the platelet aggregates forming a platelet-fibrin thrombus. The formation of this thrombus on the device is bad as it can block the flow of blood to crucial organs including the heart and it can have fatal consequences. Thrombus formation on artificial devices is the result of both platelet activation and