Traducción de red blood cell en Español:

red blood cell

glóbulo rojo, n.

(red blood corpuscle)


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    glóbulo rojo masculino
    • Transfusions of packed red blood cells and platelets were used to treat pancytopenia.
    • Mitochondria are found in all cells except the mature red blood cell.
    • The bone marrow is also able to make other types of blood cells, such as red blood cells and platelets.
    • However, our results favor a mechanism that affects the volume of red blood cells.
    • This can check for protein or red blood cells in the urine, which can indicate kidney damage.
    • If the patient is anemic, transfusion of one or more units of packed red blood cells may be prescribed.
    • Premature infants often are anemic, which means they do not have enough red blood cells.
    • Blood is made up of plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets.
    • The life span of white blood cells is considered to be shorter than that of red blood cells.
    • There may be yellowing of the eyes and skin due to excessive breakdown of red blood cells.
    • All of these things increase the amount of oxidative stress on the body's red blood cells.
    • It has long been known that folic acid plays an important role in the production of normal red blood cells.
    • A blood test will show a significant reduction in the haemoglobin content of the red blood cells and an increase in the size of the cells.
    • This test might be done when small round red cells or blue tinged red blood cells appear in the blood smear.
    • If you had a test to look for abnormal red blood cells, for example in sickle cell anaemia, you will be told whether this was found.
    • Folic acid, in particular, can help a child with the disorder produce new red blood cells.
    • For example a blood stem cell will go on to become a red blood cell, platelet or white blood cell.
    • The patient received two units of packed red blood cells with no complications.
    • This is an excellent example of a mixed field of red blood cells and bacteria.
    • The tumor cells are extremely large in comparison to the average red blood cell.