Blood physiology flashcards


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what is the primary function of blood? the primary function of blood is to supply oxygen, nutrition, supply constitutional elements, and remove waste products from tissues
How does blood maintain homeostasis? blood maintains homeostasis by transferring heat to the skin, and acting as a PH buffer
How does blood get to the lungs? through the pressurization of the right ventricle
which gas is bounded to hemoglobin molecules? oxygen
what is blood composed of? it is composed of fluid plasma and cells(red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets)
what is the function of blood? blood is the transport system of the body used to carry nutrition, waste and heat
what is blood plasma made up of? it is made up of 90% water, 7-8% soluble proteins, 1% electrolytes, and 1% elements
what blood group can receive blood from any blood group? individuals with type AB blood can receive blood from any group
what is the most common inheritable bleeding disorder? von Willebrand disease

what is the primary function of blood?

How does blood maintain homeostasis?

How does blood get to the lungs?

which gas is bounded to hemoglobin molecules?

what is blood composed of?

what is the function of blood?

what is blood plasma made up of?

what blood group can receive blood from any blood group?

what is the most common inheritable bleeding disorder?

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