Perturbation of RBC Count Due to Effect of Magnetic Field
Keywords:Blood, Magnetic Field, RBC count
The RBC is a count of the number of red blood cells per cubic millimeter of blood. The hormone erthyropoietin, secreted by the kidneys, stimulates the bone marrow to produce red blood cells. The formation of red blood cells is known as erthyropoiesis. Change in RBC counts can cause Polycythemia Vera (an abnormal increase in red blood cells), Anemia (decrease in red blood cells). In this paper we give how much RBC count perturbed due to the effect of magnetic field.
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