What makes up our blood?
The human body is a fascinating machine that we continue to learn new things about. This article explains how oxygen and nutrients in the blood are transported through the circulatory system. #blood #life #circulatorysystem https://goo.gl/Wg23ivread more >>
What is blood actually made of and what does it do? It has four components: red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets and plasma. Each of these can be used to treat different diseases. It’s remarkable stuff – find out more https://goo.gl/TJkj47 and check out Archie’s story #giveblood #function #savealiferead more >>
Ever wondered what happens to your blood after you’ve donated it? Hospital usage figures tell us that: • 67% is used to treat medical conditions including cancer, anaemia and other blood disorders • 27% is used in cardiac and emergency surgery • 6% is used to treat blood loss after childbirth You really can help save lives – do something brilliant #giveblood to #savealife. Read more on the NHS Give Blood website. https://goo.gl/Sk6f1cread more >>