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Unformatted text preview: Running head: BLOOD BANK SUPERVISOR 1 Blood Bank Supervisor Laurie Springer HCA/240 June 6, 2011 Shannon White BLOOD BANK SUPERVISOR 2 Blood Bank Supervisor First will try to and explain this to the student as easy as possible hopefully he or she will be able to understand what is being said. The whole blood is the red blood cells, and the platelets have a yellow liquidity that protects, which is the plasma. The blood is whole contains a couple of separate blood cell. Red blood cells, the plasma, and the platelets in the blood are whole. The blood cell does have the oxygen carried, and they are red blood cells be made of half of the volume of blood. Red blood cells do have hemoglobin, which is why the reason for the blood to have a red of color in it. Red blood cells do carry hemoglobin, which is why the reason to make the oxygen transfer to the lung and also through the whole body. For some reason if the body could not transport the oxygen through the body than the body may obtain disease or cancer, and...
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