Red Blood Cells
Red blood cells (RBC) which transport oxygen to cells of the body White blood cells (WBC), which are a part of the immune system Hemoglobin (Hb), a protein which carries oxygen and carbon dioxide molecules Platelets (PLT), the cells responsible for blood clotting
Understanding the Red Blood Cell (RBC) Count 1 Complete Blood Count. Typically speaking, an RBC count is less useful on its own to diagnose a medical condition. … 2 Normal Ranges. An RBC count is the number of red blood cell per a particular volume of blood. … 3 High or Low RBC Counts. … 4 Treatment. …
Red blood cells ( RBCs, also called erythrocytes) are the most abundant blood cells. Their function is to carry oxygen from the lungs to all parts of the body. In this article, you will learn the biology and functions of red blood cells.