Interpreting the full blood count: A functional medicine perspective

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    Question #1
    FBC stands for?
    A: Full body countB: False body countC: False blood countD: Full blood count

    Question #2
    Practitioners such as Naturopaths and Nutritionists should use pathology blood counts to diagnose and treat disease:

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #3
    Functional test ranges vary between different laboratories:

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #4
    Serum levels of markers do not change on a daily basis:

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #5
    What is the approximate likelihood of a healthy person having at least one abnormal bio-marker in a blood test of 20 analytes?

    A: 20%B: 40%C: 60%D: 80%

    Question #6
    Fever, chills and low blood pressure are signs of which type of anaemia?

    A: AcuteB: Chronic

    Question #7
    Haemoglobin makes up what percentage of the total red blood cell’s protein?

    A: 15%B: 25%C: 75%D: 95%

    Question #8
    The reference ranges of haemoglobin differs between men and women:

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #9
    Pathology reference ranges are based on blood samples taken from “healthy” individuals:

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #10
    Pathology tests must be used in conjunction with other clinical practices to ensure thorough patient care:

    A: TrueB: False

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