Cord Blood Banking Question and Answers

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How many cord blood units can one freezer hold?

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Explanation:
One freezer holds 3600 units of cord blood.

The containers used to store the cord blood are kept at - ___ degrees Fahrenheit.

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Explanation:
In negative 300 degree Fahrenheit (F) containers, cord blood is kept.

What are the three basic steps involved in banking cord blood?

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Explanation:
The 3 main steps of the cord blood banking process are collection, processing, and preservation.

The transfer and protection of the blood stem cells take place in a ______.

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Explanation:
The blood stem cells are transported and stored in a cooler for protection.

Before the blood is drawn, what happens to the umbilical cord?

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Correct answer:
clamped, cut, and cleaned

Progenitor cells are those...

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Explanation:
Progenitor cells are stem cell offspring that undergo additional cell type differentiation. The human body contains a variety of progenitor cell types. Only cells from the same tissue or organ can be differentiated from a progenitor cell.

How are stem cells maintained?

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Explanation:
The stem cells were preserved. In liquid nitrogen

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