1. What is the normal haemoglobin range in women?
- 15.5-20.0 g/100ml
- 11.5-16.0 g/100ml
- 10.0-12.2 g/100ml
- 16.5-18.5 g/100ml
1 of 20
Other questions in this quiz
2. True or false: Being homozygous for sickle cell disease means that you will have sickle cell anaemia and be symptomatic?
3. At birth, approximately what percentage of haemoglobin is still HbF?
4. Which of the following is Henry's Law?
- gas = partial pressure / solubility coefficient
- gas = partial pressure x solubility coefficient
- [gas in solution] = partial pressure x solubility coefficient
- [gas in solution] = partial pressure / solubility coefficient
5. Thalassaemia can present in either it's alpha or beta form. Which is more serious, and why?
- Beta form, due to the beta globin chain's presence in adult haemoglobin (HbA)
- Alpha form, as it's the ruler of the globin empire, and the empire needs a leader
- Alpha form, due to the alpha globin chain's presence in all haemoglobin types
- Beta form, due to the beta globin chain's presence in all haemoglobin types