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    Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria (PNH) also known as Marchiafava-Micheli Syndrome (named after Dr. Ettore Marchiafava and Dr. Ferdinando Micheli) For every million people only a few of them will get paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria which makes this a rare blood disease. Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria affects both sexes and all ages equally. Patients with PNH suffer from a faulty or missing PGI-A gene which can be found within the erythrocytes, leukocytes, and thrombocytes. Paroxysmal

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    Hematology is the study of blood in health and disease. Some problems that you probably know is red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, blood vessels, bone marrow, lymph nodes, spleen, and the proteins involved in bleeding and clotting. They are a medical doctor who applies their specialized knowledge to treat patients with blood conditions. This is important because if something is wrong with your blood it can affect you in a really negative way. There are also many different types of blood

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    The first department that I completed my check offs in was Hematology. I work in Hematology on a regular basis, but there were still things I learned by going through my check off sheet with the hematology supervisor. One of the first things I learned was the proper way to count a fluid on a hemacytometer. Recently our lab purchased two new Beckman DXH Hematology analyzers that believe it or not will do the cell count on a fluid for you. You can check the count on a hemacytometer if you want

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    Leukemia is a life threatening disease that results from abnormal proliferation of white blood cells (WBCs) (American Society of Hematology). Leukemia affects all ages and causes suffering for the patients because of using chemotherapy to treat them (Kantarjian et al., 2010). Chemotherapy has side effects such as hair loss and pain at the same time. In order to minimize patient’s pain, black seeds can be used as a cure for leukemia without causing any harm to the patients. Black seeds were used for

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    anemia

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    iron, folate and vitamin B12. Works Cited Anemia." MayoClinic.com . February 21, 2007 [cited April 9, 2008]. Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Guralnik, Jack M., et al. "Anemia in the Elderly: A Public Health Crisis in Hematology." Hematology (January 2005): 528-532. aas, J. D., and T. Brownlie. "Iron Deficiency : A Critical Review of the Research to Determine a Causal Relationship." World Health Organization(WHO) 85 (2001): S75-S80.

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    No Regenerative Anemia:

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    S., Edward A. Mahaffey, Keith W. Prasse, and J. Robert. Duncan. Duncan & Prasse's Veterinary Laboratory Medicine: Clinical Pathology. Ames, IA: Iowa State, 2003. Print. Rebar, Alan H. A Guide to Hematology in Dogs and Cats. Jackson, WY: Teton NewMedia, 2001. Print. Thrall, Mary Anna. Veterinary Hematology and Clinical Chemistry. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2004. Print.

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    Iron deficiency anemia is a result of a lack of iron in the red blood cells in the blood. Iron is necessary for making hemoglobin, which is a protein in the blood that carries oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body (What Is Iron-Deficiency Anemia, NHLBI, NHI). Fatigue, dizziness, and pale skin are just a few of the effects that iron deficiency anemia has on the body. The causes of iron deficiency anemia include blood loss, lack of iron in a person's diet, the body's inability to absorb iron

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    III then takes 50ul of each screen cell and add it to the appropriate section... ... middle of paper ... ... really do not need not to mention the larger bill they are accumulating in the process. The coagulation department is included in the hematology department. I really like the Stago instruments we have. They are very easy to use and instrument maintenance is minimal and easily performed. The quality control and specimen testing are straightforward. The specimens need to be filled to the fill

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    My interest in science actually started with chemistry, not biology. I was particularly interested in medicinal pills and tablets as a child. Having to take so many pills as a child due to often being sick, I was fascinated with the medicine. I was always wondering how can such a small tablet have a comparably large effect on the human body? How does that powder on the inside cure an illness? I didn’t know the answers to those questions until years later when I was in high school. High school chemistry

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    Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) is an inherited blood disorder. People with SCD produce an abnormal hemoglobin can cause the red blood cells to have sickle or banana shape instead of round like donuts. While normal red blood cell move freely through blood vessels, sickle blood cells clog the flow of blood and can break apart as they move through blood vessels. People who are having SCD will often suffer with severe pain, anemia and stroke because sickle red blood cells do not deliver oxygen throughout

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