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Can the liquid inside a young coconut be used as a substitute for blood plasma in an emergency?
The cocunut water is cool in its nature. It is used for the following purposes: 1. As a summer drink as a substitute for sugary drinks like coke and pepsi. 2. …The person who is having a stone in kidney or ureter is advised to drink cocunut water as it helps in flushing out the stone. 3. In world War II, it was used as a substitute to glucose bottle in hospitals and in fields, when it was not avialable readily
It is thinner than milk, but tastes richer than cream, so adding rice starch balances it out a bit.
ORIGINAL ANSWER: Yes . ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ IMPROVED ANSWER: Yes, coconut water/juice can be substituted for blood plasma. In fact, may third w…orld countries have done this for years. It is not only cheaper, it is more readily available than blood from donors. Coconut water/juice is sterile, does not attack red blood cells, is easily absorbed by the body, and has a cool feel/cooling effect. It is full of minerals and electrolytes and is used in other countries as a substitute for sports drinks, as well. It is also high in potassium.
It was used as a substitute for intravenous plasma during WWII. http://www.berkeleywellness.com/html...perts1207.html i want to no what the blood plasma is
Yes! used in the Pacific Islands during world war 2. To clarify, coconut milk (made from the meat of the coconut) can not be used as a substitute for blood plasma. It is the c…oconut water (found inside young coconuts) that can.
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try mixing those canned coconut strings with a little bit of water and a little bit of milk
The liquid inside young coconuts can be used as a substitute for Blood plasma.
Blood plasma is the yellow liquid component of blood in which the blood cells in whole blood are normally suspended. It makes up about 55% of the total blood volume. It is the… intravascular fluid part of extracellular fluid (all body fluid outside of cells). It is mostly water (93% by volume) and contains dissolved proteins, glucose, clotting factors, mineral ions, hormones and carbon dioxide (plasma being the main medium for excretory product transportation). Blood plasma is prepared by spinning a tube of fresh blood containing an anti-coagulant in a centrifuge until the blood cells fall to the bottom of the tube. The blood plasma is then poured or drawn off. Blood plasma has a density of approximately 1025 kg/m3, or 1.025 kg/l hope that answers your question
That's correct. Plasma means the liquid portion of the blood, from which the blood cells have been removed.
Yes, plasma is the liquid part of blood
the plasma .. :))
yes. The fresher it is, the better! Depending what you are using it for.