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asked in category: General Last Updated: 13th February, 2020

What has a long life span and respond quickly?

T cells: have a long life span and respond quickly to the presentation of the same antigen at a later date. are the most numerous type of T cell; they stimulate the activity of other T cells and help B cells produce their antibodies.

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Also to know is, when testing blood the physician orders a hemoglobin a1c test which diagnosis is the physician trying to confirm?

Diagnosing Diabetes If the blood test reveals that your level is above 125 mg/dl, your doctor will ask you to repeat the test on a different day to confirm a diabetes diagnosis. Or your doctor may immediately order an A1C test, which measures your average blood glucose (sugar) levels over the last three months.

Also Know, what are the main functions of the circulating blood? Functions of blood Blood has three main functions: transport, protection and regulation. Blood transports the following substances: Gases, namely oxygen (O2) and carbon dioxide (CO2), between the lungs and rest of the body. Nutrients from the digestive tract and storage sites to the rest of the body.

Herein, when mature an erythrocyte has what shape?

biconcave disks

What test is used to monitor the condition of patients taking warfarin?

A prothrombin time (PT) is a test used to help detect and diagnose a bleeding disorder or excessive clotting disorder; the international normalized ratio (INR) is calculated from a PT result and is used to monitor how well the blood-thinning medication (anticoagulant) warfarin (Coumadin®) is working to prevent blood

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