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110316-M-0000A-003.jpg Photo By: Cpl. Juan D. Alfonso

Mar 16, 2011
A single unit of blood can be separated into red blood cells, platelets and plasma. The situation dictates which is transfused into a patient. The average person has eight pints of blood. It takes 24 hours for the human body to replenish the volume of blood donated and eight weeks to restore your red blood cell count.


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