If blood smears for the differential leukocyte count cannot be stained immediately,
they should be dried and then fixed ____________________in for _________
a. EDTA; 10.
Methyl alcohol; 30.
d. Buffer solution; 40.
When Smears for a differential leukocyte count contain a low concentration of
white blood cells, but marked leukopenia, they can be prepared from the
_______________________ layer by slowly centrifuging the blood specimen in a
a. Top; volumetric.
b. Buffy coat; Wintrobe hematocrit.
Plasma layer; test.
d. Red blood cell layer; Vacutainer.
If areas of a blood smear are still wet when staining is to begin, they will:
b. Wash away.
d. Stain too heavily.