Moore, knight & blann: haematology answers to case study and self-check questions answers to the questions posed in the case studies and to the self-check questions in the book are available to download as pdfs below. Question answer an appropriate m:e ratio in the case of megaloblastic anemia would be: 1:3: a key substance required for the incorporation of vitamin b12 in red cell nuclear synthesis is the presence of. - pallor is a key feature of anemia, but can be difficult to detect pallor is more readily determinable at the sites of capillary beds, by examining the conjunctiva, palmar creases, and nail beds pallor here is predictive of relatively severe anemia. After reading the case study, students should generate questions they have about sickle cell trait and sickle cell disease these questions can be shared either on a whiteboard or chart paper, or electronically using an interactive software program such as socrative (wwwsocrativecom.
Blood count (as with this patient), or on a blood count that is ordered on a patient who has a blood clot, unexpected bleeding, or an enlarged spleen and there is no other cause for the increased numbers of platelets. Of the case that many of the students realized that they could answer the question being posed, even if the answer wasn't given in the textbook (see answer key. In this case study on sickle cell anemia, students are introduced to some of the key researchers responsible for determining the molecular basis of the disease and learn about the functioning of erythrocytes as well as the notion that changes in the environment can influence the functioning of cells.
With the hematography process, selected cells are isolated from several different microscopic photographs of the patient's blood or bone marrow smear, then combined to produce a representative field illustrating that case. Hematology: anemia and answer key case essay hematology organ systems small group answer key case 1 1 iron deficiency vs thalassemia vs anemia of chronic disease. Sample questions european hematology exam the major part of the questions contain a stem with a clinical scenario in addition, some questions without a clinical scenario are asked, testing basic knowledge of facts or theory.
The complete blood count and associated tests loss of blood, iron-deficiency anemia, hemolytic anemia, megaloblastic anemia, or treatment for anemia thus, the. A diet lacking in these and other key nutrients can cause decreased red blood cell production additionally, some people may consume enough b-12, but their bodies aren't able to process the vitamin this can lead to vitamin deficiency anemia, also known as pernicious anemia. Hematology organ systems small group answer key case 1 1 iron deficiency vs thalassemia vs anemia of chronic disease 2 serum iron, tibc, ferritin.
Sickle cell disease case study victoria odesina ms, aprn-bc, ccrp, apgn sickle cell disease sickle cell disease (scd) is an inherited anemia that follows the autosomal recessive (ar) pattern of inheritance requiring two copies of the sickle genetic mutation (one from each parent. If the absolute reticulocyte count is 100,000 mm3 or higher, the anemia is hyperproliferative type (ie hemolytic anemia or anemia of acute blood loss) if it is less than 100,000 mm3 the anemia is hypoproliferative (iron, b12, or folic deficiency, anemia of chronic disorder etc. The four main types of anemia are nutrient-deficiency anemia, anemia caused by blood loss, hemolytic anemia and aplastic anemia nutrient-deficiency anemia is caused by a dietary deficiency in fundamental nutrients necessary for the production or functioning of red blood cells, such as iron (iron deficiency anemia), vitamin b12 and folic acid. Students complete the sickle cell anemia: blood video questions and translation practice, which reviews key concepts in the video and provides practice in conceptual transcription and translation of the β globin gene, both normal and mutant.
This answer key gives learning objectives for the case study, highlights key points from the case, and provides answers to the case questions in addition to starting a new medication to treat dyslipidemia, she is prescribed numerous nutritional supplements to treat ckd complications. The low hemoglobin level is consistent with sickle-cell anemia (figure-2) figure-2- biochemical basis of clinical manifestations in sickle cell disease the diagnosis can be established with hemoglobin electrophoresis. Sickle cell anemia: a fictional reconstruction national center for case study teaching in science by debra stamper, department of biology disclaimer: this case is a work of fiction that refers to real events and people. Link to this case at the national center for case study teaching in science evaluation assessment is via either written or oral presentation of answers to the questions, and then an oral discussion about what the parent's ultimate decision should be.
The answers in a, b, and c are types of sickle cell anemia crises, so they are incorrect answer a is correct the nurse would first ensure that the patient doesn't get any more of the wrong blood due to displaying symptoms of a hemolytic blood reaction. If results show only hemoglobin (hb) f and s, the child has either sickle cell anemia or hbs-β-0 thalassemia if results show hbf, s, and c, the child has hbsc disease if results show hbf, s, and a, determine whether the child has received a transfusion.
Anemia anemia, also spelt anaemia, is usually defined as a decrease in the amount ofred blood cells (rbcs) or hemoglobin in the blood it can also be defined as a lowered ability of the blood to carry oxygen. How do mcv and rdw help you in the diagnostic work-up of anemia do the other indices-mean corpuscular hemoglobin (mch) and mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration (mchc)-add anything answer. Summary: sickle cell anemia is an example of a genetic disease that can serve as a vehicle for teaching many biology concepts using a case study approach, opportunities arise to make.