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 »

Fresh pineapple can be frozen for up to 6 months. It should be used within 2 days if stored at room temperature or 3 to 5 days if stored in the refrigerator. Before refrigerating, a whole pineapple should be placed into ... More »

The World Carrot Museum asserts that not only can fresh carrots be frozen, but also that doing so increases the amount of vitamin A in them. Carrots stay good for several months if frozen properly. 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

The four major blood groups are group A, group B, group AB and group O. Group A has the A antigen in the red cells and A antibody in plasma, and B only has B antigens and B anti-bodies in the plasma. Group AB has both A ... More »

According to the American Red Cross, the liquid portion of the blood is called plasma. Made up of 92 percent water, plasma is responsible for transporting red and white blood cells along with platelets throughout the bod... 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 »