Fresh frozen plasma is administered as an intravenous infusion at a maximum rate of 1 milliliter per kilogram per minute. The volume of each unit of fresh frozen plasma is between 200 and 250 milliliters, notes Medscape. More »

Blood colloid osmotic, or oncotic, pressure is the pressure found within blood vessel plasma, according to Cardiovascular Physiology Concepts. This pressure is generated by proteins, most notably of which is a protein ca... More »

For each pint of blood lost, the human body takes 24 hours to regenerate plasma and four to six weeks to replace red blood cells, according to the American Red Cross. More »

The human body is capable of replacing the plasma from one pint of blood within 24 hours, while it takes four to six weeks for the body to completely replace the red blood cells from one pint of blood, according to the A... More »

Blood plasma contains large molecules and proteins that are not present in glomerular filtrate. Glomerular filtration is the first step in making urine, states Springfield Technical Community College. More »

The composition of blood consists of various components, such as plasma, white blood cells, red blood cells and platelets. Plasma, which is the fluid component that contains the different blood cells and substances of wh... More »

A platelet-rich plasma treatment is an injection that utilizes a concentration of platelets extracted from the patient's own blood that helps increase the body's healing process biologically. This treatment is increasing... More » Science Human Anatomy Blood