Introduction to pratical physiology and osmotic pressure (Safety rules ( …
Introduction to pratical physiology and osmotic pressure
Switch the gas off after using it
Don't eat inside the room
Use the clamp to take the glass
Don't turn the glass towards you or your collegue
Stay away at least 50cm if you put some liquid in the glass
If something spill on you, wash with water.
What is blood?
No real cells
4,5.(10)6 -- 5.(10)6 in women
5.(10)6 -- 5,5.(10)6 in men
Gives the red color to the blood
More stable bond with CO
95% of dry weight of RBCs
41-43% in women
43-45% in men
8 micro meters
Pass through capillaries
Framents of megakaryocytes
Formation of clots
Stop bleeding before the coagulation (in 2 min)
Related to collection of blood
Use of anti-coagulants
Binds and sequester calcium
Related to the coagulation
Testosterone effects on RBC
More muscles, more erythrocytes
Is there more risk for men have high blood pressure?
What are the risk factors of high blood pressure in women?