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blood cell

[′bləd ‚sel]
(histology)
An erythrocyte or a leukocyte.
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There exists a huge potential to translate our biosensor commercially for blood cell counts applications," says lead study author Umer Hassan, PhD.
We divide the area of every convex hull of Red cells and are considered for mask of single Red Blood Cell
Section II discusses the specifics of grading individual red blood cell abnormalities and defines a grading system described in words and images for anisocytosis, poikilocytosis, microcytosis, macrocytosis, hypochromia, polychromasia, blister cells, target cells, teardrop cells, schistocytes, sickle cells, spherocytes, acanthocytes, echinocytes, elliptocytes, stomatocytes, Howell-Jolly bodies, basophilic stippling, Pappenheimer bodies, rouleaux, and agglutination.
The bones make about one-half cup of red blood cells every day.
Sickle cell disease causes red blood cells, which are normally disc-shape, to become sickle-shape (crescent-shape).
Assuming that your diagnosis of iron deficiency anemia is correct, a three-month course of iron therapy should restore your red blood cell count to normal and replenish your iron stores.
By the time Sam arrived at the hospital, he'd lost so much blood that he'd become severely anemic, or dangerously short of red blood cells.
Cerus will also present two abstracts on the INTERCEPT red blood cell system during the conference poster presentations, beginning Saturday, October 21st at 9:00 a.
Instead of a red blood cell, the chain might deliver a vesicle filled with drug molecules or some other useful load.
Hematocrit is the percentage of red blood cells by volume in a blood sample.
Statements in this news release regarding the performance, efficacy, safety and expected benefits of Cerus products and the timing or enrollment and results of the Phase I clinical trial of the INTERCEPT red blood cell system, are forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties.
Ami Shah, Meghan's physician at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, said the increase in the white blood cells makes Meghan less susceptible to infections.