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# How many red blood cells are in 1 ml blood?

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In 1mm3 of blood, there is 5 million red blood cells (erythrocytes), 10,000 white blood cells (leukocytes) and 300,000 platelets (rarely known as thrombocytes).
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1mm3 is only a thousandth of a mL, therefore, 1mL of blood would have about a thousand times more of each. I.e. 5 billion RBCs, 10 million WBC, and about 250-300 million platelets
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# How many red blood cells are in a drop of blood?

One microliter of blood contains approximately 5 million red blood cells.

# How many of red blood cells in a drop of blood?

There are about 5 million red blood cells per ml of blood. There are about 20 drops of blood per ml, so there would be 5 x 106 /20 = 250,000 RBC/drop.

# How many red blood cells are there?

You have 100 trillion cells in your body. You have 25 trillion red  blood cells in your blood.

# How many red blood cells in 1 drop of blood?

Depends on how big the drop of blood is that you are talking about? 1 microliter (ul = 1 millions of a liter) of normal blood has about 3 million red cells and an average si

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# How many red blood cells are there in 1 cm3?

There are 5-6 billion red blood cells in 1 cm3.

# How many red blood cells in a unit of blood?

millions This depends on measurement of the unit. For an instance, 1 mm3 of human blood contains 4.5 - 5 million of red blood cells.

# How many red blood cells are in a teaspoon of blood?

A normal red blood cell count is about 5,000,000 per uL. There are 1,000 uL per ml and 5 ml per tsp so: 5x10^6 x 10^3 x5 = 25x10^9 or 25,000,000,000 or 25 trillion.

# How many red blood cells are 1cm3 of blood?

There are 5-6 billion red blood cells in 1cm3 of blood.

# How many red blood cells are found in 1 cubic centimeter of blood?

4.5 million to 5.5 million per c.c

Over 2 billion.

# How many Red Blood Cells are there in 1 mL of blood?

On average there are 4.5-5.5 million Red Blood Cells per 1 m L of blood .

# How many red blood cells are in 1 ml of horse's blood?

.gateway.net.au/~mcvc/horses/red.html Packed Cell Volume: This is mostly the percentage of cells within the blood. The red cells have the larger percentage as there are usual

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# How many mL in 1 unit of packed red blood cells?

It is not exactly the same each time. Most are about 200 ml.

# How many red blood cells are in 1cc of blood?

In 1cc (or 1ml) of blood you will find 5 million erythrocytes (red  blood cells [RBC]). That means, in a teaspoon of blood there are 25  million RBCs. Without their red colo