Archive: March 2015


Transfusions- Blood transfusion v iron transfusion

Transfusions- Blood transfusion v iron transfusion

19 March 2015

Blood transfusions v iron transfusions - the differences When a person presents symptoms at a doctor’s practice, the first priority is always the patient’s health and well-being. It is im…

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What is a universal blood donor?

What is a universal blood donor?

16 March 2015

The average human being holds 9-11 pints of blood (roughly 5 litres).and the human body generally needs a minimum of 5+ pints in their system to stay alive. Typically losing any more than 4 pints of b…

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What is Chemiluminescent immunoassay?

What is Chemiluminescent immunoassay?

16 March 2015

Chemiluminescent immunoassay is a variation of the standard enzyme immunoassay (EIA), which is a biochemical technique used in immunology. They can also be used as diagnosis tools in medicine, as well…

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What are blood group reagents?

What are blood group reagents?

11 March 2015

Blood group reagents are solutions that can be used to determine ABO, Rhesus, Kell and MNS blood groups These classifications of human blood are all based on the presence or absence of certain antigen…

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What is enzyme immunoassay, and how does it work?

What is enzyme immunoassay, and how does it work?

5 March 2015

Enzyme immunoassay (EIA) is now widely used as a diagnostic tool in various industries as well as medicine. They can also be used as analytical tools for detecting particular antigens or antibodies in…

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