blood and human blood diseases

Blood is fluid in the body of animals that transport oxygen, nutrients, hormones, and electrolytes to the cell and removes waste material from it. Blood contains plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. Red blood cell carry oxygen, white blood cell helps the body to fight against diseases, and platelets help in clotting.

Blood plasma its composition, function, donation

What is blood plasma? It is the yellowish liquid component of the blood that holds the blood cells. Blood plasma is the liquid part of the blood that transfers cells and proteins throughout the whole body. Plasma makes fifty-five percent of the blood. It is the part of extracellular fluid (fluid which is present outside …

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white blood cells (WBC or leukocytes)

White blood cells White blood cells also called leukocytes and abbreviated as WBCs are the cells of the human immune system which function has to protect the body from infectious diseases and foreign pathogens. All White blood cells are produced in the bone marrow from hematopoietic stem cells. These cells have nuclei that differentiate them …

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Thrombus (classification, causes, and treatment)

 What is Thrombus? It is the final product of blood coagulation and it is also known as a blood clot. Thrombus consists of two components which are,  Red blood cells and plateletsCross-linked fibrin proteins Sometimes these substances are named as cruor. Thrombus is formed in response to injury to prevent bleeding. But it can be …

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