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Sangue intero – Whole blood
Il sangue - blood
ERITROCITI - ERYTHROCYTES
Globulo rosso – Red Globule
Globulo bianco – White Globule or Lymphocyte
Granulocita Neutrofilo – Neutrophil Granulocyte
Granulocita Eosinofilo - EosinophilGranulocyte
Granulocita Basofilo - Basophil Granulocyte
Globulo bianco - White Globule
Come si formano le cellule? How are cells built up?
Lossigeno e i globuli rossi Oxygen and red globules
Donazione di sangue Blood donation
Gruppi sanguigni Blood groups
Compatibilità tra gruppi Compatibility among groups
Lab 3 Blood Cells & Blood Typing. Blood Contents Plasma = 55% Blood Cells = 45% Centrifuged blood.
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Combat infections Regulate body temperature Transport nutrients, oxygen and metabolic wastes.
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B LOOD. C HARACTERISTICS OF B LOOD Heavier, thicker, more viscous than water Temperature of about o F The average person has about 5-6qts (1 ½ gallons)
How to Read a CBC Measure of formed elements: –Red blood cells –White blood cells –Platelets Additional information: Hemoglobin Hematocrit RBC size/shape.
BLOOD. Blood transports substances and maintains homeostasis in the body Only fluid tissue in human body Hematophobia = fear of blood.
Blood Cells & Blood Vessel Histology Blood Cells: Page 324 Blood Vessel Histology: Page 284.
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+ Importance of Blood. + Functions Transports oxygen and nutrients to cells. Carries away metabolic wastes and secretions (including hormones). Stabilizes.
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AMA Anatomy & Physiology/Medical Terminology/Pathology 11 Blood & Lymphatic System.
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Functions to protect your body from harmful things, called pathogens. Pathogens usually arise from outside your body making them foreign materials.
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Blood (made of 45% formed elements). Red Blood Cells (RBC's) Called Erythrocytes Small boconcave discs Loses nucleus when mature Each cell contains hemoglobin.
Blood. Composition of Blood Blood is composed of two main elements 1. Plasma – liquid portion 55% 55% 2. Formed elements – various blood cells 45% 45%
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