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Category: SCAT Assessment

1. A 28-year-old woman is seen for extreme fatigue. Lately, she has developed a taste for eating ice. Her physical examination shows pale conjunctiva. Her Complete blood count (CBC) result is shown below.

Summary labs:

Hemoglobin

 

7.2g/dL
Hematocrit

 

34%
RBC

 

4.5 /mm3
Platelets 250,000/mm3

 

Red cell Distribution Width (RDW)

 

17.1%

 

What is the likely diagnosis? Calculate the MCV, MCH, and MCHC

  Serum Iron Serum ferritin Total iron-binding capacity (TIBC)
Patient Iron studies Low

 

Low Increased

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Category: SCAT Assessment

2. Which test would differentiate between Iron deficiency anemias and anemia of chronic inflammation?

 

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Category: SCAT Assessment

3. A 35-year-old female was admitted in the ER for complaints of weakness.  Her CBC result shows hemoglobin of 6g/dL hemoglobin and hematocrit of 32%.She has a historical blood type on file.  Here are the results of the type and screen

Anti A Anti B ANTI-D A1 cells B cells
0 0 0 4+ 4+

 

Screening Cell 1 Screening Cell 2 Screening Cell 3
0 0 0

What is the ABO, Rh, and Antibody Screen result of the patient?

What type of crossmatch should be performed?

What would be the expected hemoglobin level after transfusion of 2 PRBC

 

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Category: Coagulation

4. Which test is used to monitor unfractionated heparin therapy?

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Category: Coagulation

5. Which test is used to monitor oral anticoagulation (Coumadin)?

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Category: Urinalysis

6. Which term is defined as a urine volume more than 2000 mL excreted over a 24-hour period?

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Category: Urinalysis

7. Which of the following inorganic substances have the highest concentration in a urine?  

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Category: Urinalysis

8. Which of the following organic substance accounts for 50% of all dissolved solids in a urine? 

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Category: Coagulation

9. Specimens for coagulation should be collected in light blue top tubes containing?

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Category: Coagulation

10. The anticoagulant required for routine coagulation testing is

 

 

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Category: Bloodbank

11. What is the patient’s ABO, Rh, and antibody screen?

Anti-A Anti- B Anti- D Rh  A1 cell B cell
0 0 4+ 0 4+ 3+
 
Screening cell 1
Screening cell 2
Screening cell 3
0 0 2+

 

 

 

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Category: Bloodbank

12. What is the result of the ABO, Rh, and antibody screen test?

Anti-A Anti- B Anti- D Rh  A1 cell B cell
4+ 0 0 0 0 4+
 
Screening cell 1
Screening cell 2
Screening cell 3
0 0 0

 

 

 

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Category: Bloodbank

13. What tests are performed before a blood transfusion is done?

 

 

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Category: Bloodbank

14. What type of crossmatch should be performed? Below is the result of an antibody screen

Screening cell 1 Screening cell 2 Screening cell 3
0 0 2+

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Category: Bloodbank

15. Which donor RBC unit should be selected?

Anti-A Anti- B Anti- D Rh control A1 cell B cell
4+ 4+ 0 0 0 0

 

 

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Category: Bloodbank

16. An ABO type on a patient gives the following reactions. What is the patient’s blood type?

Anti-A Anti- B Anti- D Rh  A1 cell B cell
4+ 0 4+ 0 0 3+

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Category: Bloodbank

17. What is being tested in reverse typing?

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Category: Bloodbank

18. What are the two ways ABO typing can be performed?

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Category: Bloodbank

19. What antigens are present in a person with type AB- blood?

 

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Category: Bloodbank

20. The only blood group system in which an individual have antibodies to antigens they lack, without any prior exposure of red blood cells through transfusion or pregnancy is

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Category: Clinical Chemistry

21. Which of the following tumor marker is used for detecting recurrence of breast cancer?

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Category: Clinical Chemistry

22. Which of the following is an oncofetal antigen that is elevated in colorectal carcinoma?

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Category: Clinical Chemistry

23. Which of the following oncofetal antigen is associated with Down syndrome?

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Category: Clinical Chemistry

24. Which of the following is a tissue-specific marker used to detect prostate cancer?

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Category: Clinical Chemistry

25.  Decreased alpha-1-fetoprotein level in maternal serum is expected in which of the following disorder?

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Category: Urinalysis

26. "Isosthenuria" is a term applied to a urine specimen that exhibits ?

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Category: Urinalysis

27. Which of the following is the major organic substance found in urine ?

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Category: Urinalysis

28. The confirmatory test for ketone is ? 

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Category: Urinalysis

29. The confirmatory test for bilirubin is ?

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Category: Urinalysis

30. Presence of ketone in the urine is indicative of ? 

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Category: Urinalysis

31. What is the confirmatory test for galactose ?

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Category: Urinalysis

32. A term used to describe urine with a specific gravity of greater than 1.010 ?

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Category: Urinalysis

33. A term used to describe urine with a  specific gravity of less than 1.010? 

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Category: Urinalysis

34. The specific gravity of a normal urine is ? 

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Category: Hematology

35. What is this cell?

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Category: Hematology

36. What is this cell?

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Category: SCAT Assessment

37. Identify this bacteria?

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Category: SCAT Assessment

38. Which group of bacteria will stain red in gram stain?

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Category: SCAT Assessment

39. What stain is used to differentiate between gram-negative bacteria from gram-positive bacteria?

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Category: Urinalysis

40. A positive nitrite is indicative of ?

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