5+ Quantitative & Qualitative Platelet Disorders

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A platelet is a small colorless cell fragment that has no nucleus of its own. It is produced in the bone marrow and plays a key role in blood coagulation. The normal platelet count level in the blood is about 150-450×109 / L of blood.

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Melissa Gomez, RN, MSN is a board certified nurse and has been a contributing writer for the past five years. Ms. Gomez has a special focus on platelet-related illness prevention and health promotion.

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