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Fresh frozen plasma: Quiz

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Question 1: As with any intravenously administered fluid, excessive amounts of FFP may result in hypervolemia and ________.
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathyMyocardial infarctionAtrial fibrillationHeart failure

Question 2: For nutritional support, ________ solutions and dextrose are available.
MetabolismL-DOPAAmino acidAmino acid synthesis

Question 3: For treatment of ________, cryoprecipitate or factor VIII concentrates, heated or unheated, are available.
Haemophilia AGlucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiencySideroblastic anemiaHaemophilia B

Question 4: The term fresh frozen plasma (FFP) refers to the liquid portion of human blood which has been frozen and preserved quickly after a ________ and will be used for blood transfusion.
Blood typeRed blood cellBlood plasmaBlood donation

Question 5: FFP may be beneficial for the treatment of ________.
Disseminated intravascular coagulationIdiopathic thrombocytopenic purpuraSystemic lupus erythematosusThrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura

Question 6: Indications for these products are similar to those for FFP with the exception heat-sensitive ________ in the plasma, such as factor V, and the term "FFP" is often used to mean any transfused plasma product.
MetabolismMyosinActinProtein

Question 7: Patients who are anticoagulated with warfarin are deficient in the functional ________ dependent coagulation factors II, VII, IX, and X, as well as proteins C and S.
BiotinVitamin KPyridoxal phosphateAscorbic acid

Question 8: In addition, fats, ________ and minerals are present in concentrations similar to those in circulation.
FructoseGlucoseSucroseCarbohydrate

Question 9: FFP can be used as a source of ________ in patients who are deficient in this inhibitor and are undergoing surgery or who require heparin for treatment of thrombosis.
Alpha 1-antitrypsinAlpha 2-antiplasminAntithrombinPlasmin

Question 10: FFP contains the labile as well as the stable components of the ________, fibrinolytic and complement systems; the proteins that maintain oncotic pressure and modulate immunity; and other proteins that have diverse activities.
Factor XCoagulationTissue plasminogen activatorPlatelet







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