Erythropoiesis

Daisy Jane Antipuesto RN MN

Currently a Nursing Local Board Examination Reviewer. Subjects handled are Pediatric, Obstetric and Psychiatric Nursing. Previous work experiences include: Clinical instructor/lecturer, clinical coordinator (Level II), caregiver instructor/lecturer, NC2 examination reviewer and staff/clinic nurse. Areas of specialization: Emergency room, Orthopedic Ward and Delivery Room. Also an IELTS passer.

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21 Responses

  1. Tami Rodgers says:

    RBCs start out nucleated in the bone marrow. They “spit” them out just before they release into the blood stream. In some disease processes they release too soon, so if the CBC report has NRBCs, that’s what that means. Nucleated RBCs.

  2. Margie Gray says:

    I’ve been anemic most if my life. Even now after cancer.

  3. I knw dese nd least month i wrote my internals in dese concept….!!!

  4. Technically RBCs aren’t cells, because they are enuculated

  5. i do teach science and this is absolutely tru….science is life…

  6. Bear Walker says:

    Aww. Don’t kick your button.

  7. Joni Cooper says:

    Always had melt down during test over this. I always got it but there was a lot of kicking myself in the button afterwards. Lol

  8. My husband died in his battles with red, white blood cells and the mighty Platelets. Bless my spouse.

  9. Great reading from a retired nurse. I recall this process!

  10. Like this need a refresher course,retired nurse

  11. Mary MT says:

    Yes Deeqa Mahmud, both hgb & RBC count are significantly low & depending what type of anemia, RBC morphology can either be microcytic or macrocytic, etc.

  12. Deeqa Mahmud says:

    So when people have iron deficiency or anaemia does it relate to deficiency in red blood cells or hemoglobin?

  13. We started giving our preemies darbipoeitin to stimulate erythropoiesis

  14. Mitch Buere says:

    This website is best for us Student Nurses. Accurate and Specific! :)

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