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BLOOD

BLOOD

BLOOD Human Biology 11 BLOOD Carries the necessities of life to the cells and takes waste from the cells What are the necessities of life? Oxygen Nutrients Hormones Antibodies What are waste products? Carbon Dioxide WHAT IS BLOOD? Blood is composed of: Plasma (55%)

By liam
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Whole Blood and Blood Components

Whole Blood and Blood Components

Whole Blood and Blood Components Diane K. Hall Consumer Safety Officer CBER, OBRR, DBA September 16, 2009 Presentation Outline Submission contents General Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) Whole Blood and blood components Whole Blood and Red Blood Cells (RBCs)

By arleen
(1863 views)

Wounds: Care and Treatment

Wounds: Care and Treatment

Wounds: Care and Treatment. William R. Dougherty, MD FACS Associate Professor of Surgery. Goals. Identify elements of wound healing Define differences between acute and chronic wounds Treatment options of acute wounds Treatment options of chronic wounds. Healing and Regeneration.

By Sophia
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Cardiac Cath Measurement of Stenotic Aortic Valve Area

Cardiac Cath Measurement of Stenotic Aortic Valve Area

Cardiac Cath Measurement of Stenotic Aortic Valve Area. Ryan Tsuda, MD. Case Report:. CC: Shortness of Breath

By omer
(368 views)

Bleeding disorders due to vascular & platelets abnormalities

Bleeding disorders due to vascular & platelets abnormalities

Bleeding disorders due to vascular & platelets abnormalities. Abnormal bleeding may result from: 1- Vascular disorders 2- Thrombocytopenia (low platelets) 3- Platelet function defects 4- Defective coagulation. Vascular bleeding disorders:.

By Mercy
(697 views)

II. Blood and Blood Components

II. Blood and Blood Components

II. Blood and Blood Components. Terry Kotrla, MS, MT(ASCP)BB Spring 2010. Goals Of Blood Collection . Maintain viability and function Prevent physical changes Minimize bacterial contamination. Anticoagulants Preservative Solutions. Anticoagulants prevent blood clotting

By ostinmannual
(900 views)

Epilepsy in Pregnancy

Epilepsy in Pregnancy

Epilepsy in Pregnancy. Sherifia Heron, M.D October 20, 2009 Ob Rotation Dept. of Family and Social Medicine. Case.

By Thomas
(1059 views)

Hemostasis/Coagulation

Hemostasis/Coagulation

Hemostasis/Coagulation. Gregory S. Travlos, DVM, DACVP National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 919-541-0653 Travlos@niehs.nih.gov. Hemostasis. The process by which bleeding is arrested.

By oshin
(1065 views)

Blood

Blood

Blood. Ch 19. Blood. Artery. White blood cells. Platelets. Red blood cells. Function Blood. Deliver O2 Remove metabolic wastes Maintain temperature, pH, and fluid volume Protection from blood loss- platelets Prevent infection- antibodies and WBC Transport hormones. Blood.

By Lucy
(306 views)

Medical Terminology

Medical Terminology

Medical Terminology. Unit 2 –Surgical Suffixes, Hematology, and Diagnostic Imaging. Tomos = Cutting (Greek) Tom = word root for cut -tome = cutting instrument -tomy = to cut into (incise) Tom/e = cut -y is a noun suffix -ectomy = to cut out (excise) Ect/o = outside

By adamdaniel
(471 views)

Cardiovascular Physiology

Cardiovascular Physiology

Cardiovascular Physiology. Cardiovascular disease is #1 cause of death Major underlying cause is ischemia due to: atherosclerosis (plaquing) white thrombus red thrombus artery spasm.

By Sophia
(552 views)

Circulation and Defense

Circulation and Defense

Circulation and Defense. Circulatory System. Background. Closed system vs. open systems. Blood Vessels. Arteries Veins Capillaries. Blood Vessels. Arteries - away from heart -Thick elastic walls – why? - withstand pressure - Branch into arterioles

By sibley
(367 views)

Basic Clinician Training Module 4

Basic Clinician Training Module 4

Basic Clinician Training Module 4. Special circumstances: Distinguishing between different causes of bleeding. Bleeding: special circumstances. Hemodilution vs. Hypothermia von Willebrand factor deficiency vs. Surgical bleeding Protamine overdose . Hemodilution vs. Hypothermia.

By elana
(355 views)

Lab 29A. Blood

Lab 29A. Blood

Lab 29A. Blood. Whole Blood. Plasma : Fluid component Water (90%) Dissolved plasma proteins Other solutes Formed elements : Cells and fragments RBCs (carry Oxygen) WBCs (immunity) Platelets (cell fragments involved in clotting). Whole Blood. Plasma. Makes up 50–60% of blood volume

By mick
(317 views)

Working Party Transfusion-Transmitted Infectious Diseases (WP-TTID) Chair: Silvano Wendel, Brazil

Working Party Transfusion-Transmitted Infectious Diseases (WP-TTID) Chair: Silvano Wendel, Brazil

Working Party Transfusion-Transmitted Infectious Diseases (WP-TTID) Chair: Silvano Wendel, Brazil . Subgroup Bacteria Chair: Thomas Montag, Germany Co-Chair: Erica Wood, Australia. International Validation Study on Blood Bacteria Standards.

By engelbert
(254 views)

Using Therapeutic Modalities To Affect The Healing Process

Using Therapeutic Modalities To Affect The Healing Process

Using Therapeutic Modalities To Affect The Healing Process . Inflammatory- Response Phase Fibroblastic-Repair Phase Maturation-Remodeling Phase. Phases of the Healing Process. Inflammatory-Response Phase. Healing Process Is A Continuum.

By louis
(536 views)

GP VTS Teaching 24 th February, 2009

GP VTS Teaching 24 th February, 2009

PRESCRIBING IN THE ELDERLY Dr Rob Dent. GP VTS Teaching 24 th February, 2009. Introduction. 4 in 5 people over 75 take at least 1 medicine 36% take 4 or more Up to 17% admissions are drug related Half of NHS drugs bill spent on older people. Prescribing In The Elderly. Polypharmacy

By minya
(226 views)

Inflammation and Cancer The Significance of COX-2

Inflammation and Cancer The Significance of COX-2

Inflammation and Cancer The Significance of COX-2. Dan Dixon . Dept. of Biological Sciences South Carolina Cancer Center ddixon@biol.sc.edu. Inflammation and Cancer. Inflammation is a critical component of tumor progression.

By vance
(577 views)

Hemostasis/Thrombosis I

Hemostasis/Thrombosis I

Hemostasis/Thrombosis I. Normal Hemostasis/Thrombosis; Assessment of Clotting System. HEMOSTASIS & THROMBOSIS. Platelets Coagulation Cascade Regulation of Coagulation. CIRCULATORY SYSTEM. Low volume, high pressure system Efficient for nutrient delivery to tissues

By zeke
(309 views)

Hemostatic System - general information

Hemostatic System - general information

Hemostatic System - general information. Normal hemostatic system vessel wall circulating blood platelets blood coagulation and fibrynolysis Platelets disc-shape cells arise from megakariocytes in bone marrow 1/3 of platelets are sequestrated in the spleen

By bran
(255 views)

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