blood

Blood and different blood groups in humans

Blood is a red coloured fluid flowing through the heart and blood vessels.it is also sometimes called as river of life because it circulates all the essential nutrients and oxygen to our body.it is made up of liquid part plasma( water and salts) and solid part( RBC and platelets).blood is […]

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Donate Blood, Save Lives!

“A drop of blood can save a life! Don’t waste it and donate blood.” Blood donation is a vital part of worldwide healthcare. It relates to blood transfusion as a life-sustaining and life-saving procedure as well as a form of therapeutic phlebotomy as a primary medical intervention. Over one hundred million […]

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VIRUS AND ITS TRANSMISSION

WHAT IS A VIRUS?????A virus is referred as an infectious agent that can only replicate inside the living cells of an organism i.e. a virus is something which can not at all grow or replicate by its own. It always needs a living cell for its replication process. It is […]

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World blood donor day

Every year world’s blood donor day is celebrated across the world on 14th June. This event is established in 2004 to raise awareness about the need of safe blood and blood products and to thank blood donors who voluntarily donate blood and giving life saving gifts to the patients. Transfusion […]

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“Blood Donation- Helping Hand to Humanity”.

Helping others irrespective of their background, caste, religion has been a part of our culture and traditions not only in India but around the world. Helping the one in need has been considered to be the reflection of humanity over everything. Man has achieved development with helping each other and […]

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HEMATOLOGY

Hematology is a branch of medicine concerned with the cause, prognosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases related to blood. Some of the tests carried out in this section are PCV, CBC, ESR, ABO blood grouping, Antigen typing, Cross Matching etc.. MATERIALS USED IN HEMATOLOGYPipette, Haematocrit centrifuge machine for PCV, Haematocrit […]

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