Osmotic Fragility of Normal and Ultrasound Irradiated Human Blood
Keywords:Human blood, Osmotic fragility, Ultrasonic interferometer, Ultrasound
Ultrasound is commonly employed in clinical practice as a part of physical therapy. The present paper reports the data on the effect of ultrasound on osmotic fragility of Human blood. Blood samples of volume 6 ml were obtained from healthy donors with their consent, each time an experiment was performed. To prevent the blood from coagulation, it was preserved in a heparin anticoagulant tube. The sample was then divided into two parts, that is, control sample and sample for irradiation. The human blood sample was irradiated to ultrasonic standing waves using an Ultrasonic interferometer of 3 MHz frequency for a duration of 1 h. Osmotic fragility of normal and ultrasonically irradiated human blood was determined. The study reveals variation in the osmotic fragility of ultrasonically irradiated human blood compared with that of a normal sample.
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