Фізіологія крові (англ,мовою) - Гарбузова В.Ю.



CHAPTER 1 Physical and Chemical Properties of the Blood

Functions of the Blood

Content and Quantity of the Blood

Functional importance of blood plasma components

Importance of Proteins

Plasma protein consistency

Importance of Electrolytes

Demands to blood substitutes

Osmoregulative Reflex

Physical and Chemical Properties of the Blood

Mechanisms which provide the constant pH level

Age features of physical and chemical properties of the blood

Questions for self-control:

Tests for self control:

CHAPTER 2 Physiologies of Erythrocytes Definition of erythron

Functions of erythrocytes

Common functional characteristics of erythrocytes

Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR)

The first group of factors – plasma factors:

Functional properties of erythrocyte components

Pathological composition of Hb:

Regulation of erythrocyte content in peripheral blood

Mechanisms of erythrocytes formation

Mechanisms of erythrocytes degradation

Forms of haemolysis

Questions for self-control

CHAPTER 3 Blood groups The definition of agglutinogens,agglutinins, agglutination

Current ideas about ABO blood groups

Titre of the Agglutinins at Different Ages

Origin of Agglutinins in the Plasma

Agglutination Process In Transfusion Reactions

Definition of ABO blood group system

Rhesus system

Rhesus conflict

Incidence of the Disease

Other systems of blood

Blood transfusion

Rules of blood transfusion

Questions for self-control

Tests for self-control

CHAPTER 4 Protective functions of the blood. Leucocytes

Allocation of leucocytes in the organism

Functional properties of leucocytes

Life of white blood cells

Main functions of leucocytes


Functions of eosinophils


Functions of neutrophils

The mechanism of phagocytosis


Functions of monocytes

Macrophages in the Lymph Nodes


Questions for self-control

Tests for self-control

CHAPTER 5 Haemostasis

Mechanisms of haemostasis

Role of thrombocytes in haemostasis

Functions of thrombocytes

Vessel-thrombocytory haemostasis

Stages of aggregation

Formation of prothrombinase

Membranes of damaged cells


Classification of anticoagulants

Questions for self-control

PRACTICAL WORKS Practical work #1. Definition of hematocrit index

Practical work #2. Definition of osmotic resistance of erythrocytes

Practical work #3. Definition of ESR

Practical work #4. Calculation of the erythrocytes

Practical work #5. Method of definition of hemoglobin level in blood (Sali’s method)

Practical work #6. Calculation of the color index

Practical work #7. Calculation of leukocytes

Practical work #8. Definition of the blood group by ABO system with the help of coliclones

Practical work #9. Definition of blood group by ABO system with the help of standard serums

Practical work #10. Definition of the blood group by CDE system by method of Zotikov-Donsky

Practical work #11. Blood test for blood group compatibility

Practical work #12. Bleeding prolongation test

Practical work #13. Definition of capillary resistance

Practical work #14. Calculation of thrombocytes quantity in blood

Practical work #15. Definition of the total time of blood clotting

Blood plasma content