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Blood - D2- BB

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Smallest vessels are called (blank) Arterioles
Largest vessel is called (blank) located in the heart Aorta
Finger and heel punches are collected from (blank) Capillaries
Higher Superior
The average person has (blank) of blood 5 liters of blood
Clotting process Coagulation
Blood cells or formed elements constitutes for (blank) of the blood 45%
Pale yellow mixture of 90% water. Contains nutrients, proteins, hormones, waste products. One function is to act as a carrier for blood cells. Plasma
Constitutes for 55% of blood Plasma
Small disc shaped cells that carry (transports) oxygen, normal life span is 120 days Red Blood Cells - RBC
The iron containing pigment of the red blood cell (life span 120 days) Hemoglobin
Fights infections, White blood cells (Leukocytes)
There are (blank) of WBC in the blood 5 types
A (Blank) determains the percentage of each type of WBC Differential count (microspope)
Tiny oval shaped cells made in bone marrow, involved in coagulation, life span 9-12 days Plateletes (Thrombocytes)
The volume of blood that can safely be drawn at one time, or within a short period of time before the person faces a risk of iatrogenic anemia is (blank) 10 %
Created by: Bran.renee02
 

 



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