NAPLEX Hematology Quiz

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NAPLEX Hematology Quiz

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1. Which of the following is a normal hematocrit reading for men?
2. What of the following ranges reflects standard serum MCV levels?
3. What is the standard serum hemoglobin reading in women?
4. HbA1C values higher than what minimum value mean the patient has diabetes.
5. The normal erythrocyte level in men is ______________________ per microliter (mcL).
6. Which of the following ranges reflects normal MCHC levels?
7. Which of the following states is not a cause of high MCHC levels?
8. 1.0 - 4.8 x10^9/L is the standard reference range for which of these hematological cells?
9. Patients are diagnosed as having AIDS when their CD4 count drops below what maximum value?
10. Which of the following is the standard reference range for platelet counts?
11. A typical aPTT value range falls between ____________________.
12. What is the standard prothrombin time range in a patient not taking anticoagulants, such as warfarin?
13. Which of the following values falls within the normal serum fibrinogen range?
14. Which of the following ranges reflects normal INR values (assuming the patient is not taking anticoagulant medicine)?
15. Of the total white blood cell count, what percentage should be composed of neutrophils?

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