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Blood physiology

Blood physiology

Slides to the lecture on blood physiology.

Blood - composition, functions. Erythrocytes and their function, haemoglobin. Blood groups. Platelets and haemostasis. Leukocytes and their immune unctions. Plasma - composition, function, osmotic and oncotic pressure. Haemopoiesis. Blood and acid-base balance.


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author: Katarína Babinská | organization: Institute of Physiology | published on: 9.10.2015 | last modified on: 20.10.2015
citation: Babinská Katarína: Blood physiology. Multimedia support in the education of clinical and health care disciplines :: Portal of Faculty of Medicine, Comenius University [online] 2015-10-09, last modif. 2015-10-20 [cit. 2018-07-22] Available from WWW: <https://portal.fmed.uniba.sk/articles.php?aid=267>. ISSN 1337-9577.
 

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