Blood Cell Counters


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Blood Cell Counters
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TYPES OF BLOOD CELLS Changes in the normal functioning of an organism are often accompanied by changes in the blood cell count. Therefore, the determination of the number and size of blood cells per unit volume often provides valuable information for accurate diagnosis. The blood constitutes 5–10% of the total body weight and in an average adult, it amounts to 5–6 litres. Blood consists of corpuscles suspended in a fluid called plasma in the proportion of 45 parts of corpuscles (cells) to 55 p…
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Dr R.S. Khandpur: HANDBOOK OF BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION, THIRD EDITION. Blood Cell Counters, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export