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blood platelet

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blood platelet

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This operation is important for many patients suffering form low blood platelets, cancer or those who get spinal transplant, indicating that there are two methods for collecting the blood platelets.
executive spends 90 minutes donating blood platelets for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiation.
This agreement calls for the laboratory to assist the Company in testing its methods and protocols for extending the storage of blood platelets.
said it has canceled tests on healthy subjects of a drug designed to increase a person's blood platelet count.
Human BioSystems (OTCBB:HBSC) a biomedical research company primarily focused on creating storage extension solutions for biological materials, announced today it has been awarded another patent for its blood platelet preservation technologies.
from a hormonelike substance that occurs naturally in humans, succeeded in quickly boosting depleted blood platelet levels in chemotherapy patients.
London, June 21(ANI): A team of bioengineers have trained a computer neural network model to foresee how blood platelets respond to intricate conditions found at the time of a heart attack or stroke.
Chris Edwards regularly travels to the city to donate blood platelets, agents in the blood that prevent bruising and stop bleedin g.
Doctors say the cases are spiralling as panicky patients insist on blood transfusion even when they don't need it and also because infected persons are donating blood platelets.
More than 35 percent of donated blood platelets -- used to stem internal bleeding and clot the blood of cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy -- come from out of state because people in Los Angeles are too busy to give the Vampire an hour.
The pocH-100iV Diff analyzer can measure the total number of white blood cells, red blood cells and blood platelets while classifying white blood cells.