red blood cells transport oxygen in the human body. white blood cells are usually phagocytic, ie, they engulf foreign bodies and fight infections. [basophils are involved in inflammatory responses,eosinophils are associated with allergic reactions etc]. platelets are involved mainly in blood clotting.
Mitosis is a form of division in which a single cell splits into two identical daughter cells. This is used as a form of replication - and is mostly used to replace dying cells. It is also involved in asexual reproduction - which some organisms undergo.
Simple cuboidal cells are often involved in adsorption and secretion.
No, the brain is made of mostly nerve cells and tissue, not fat.
Eosinophils are most likely to be involved in an allergic reaction in mammals regardless of species. However, mast cells can also be involved.
The cells that are most involved with allergic reactions are eosinophils, mast cells and basophils. An allergic reaction can be caused by anything and can produce itching, hives, nausea, sneezing and vomiting.
An allergic reaction to some of the cells or proteins in another persons blood
Eosinophils are a type of white blood cell involved in immunity. They normally fight certain infections and work with other types of cells in allergic reactions. They have several other functions, but for the purposes of your question, it leads the physician to determine if there is infection or an allergic reaction and severity of the reaction.
No they decrease.
Here are types of white blood cells each has a specific function.Neutrophil: engulf foreign invadersEosinophil: involved in a asthma attacks, and allergic reaction.Basophil: Release histamine and serotonin during allergic reaction. Also enhance inflammation.Monocytes: Macrophages that function in immune function.Lymphocyte: Secrete antibodies for resistance to infection.
Basophils are white blood cells with large dark blue granules. They are involved in allergic reactions
The function of the plasma cells during an immune response is to produce antibodies. These antibodies help fight infection or allergic reaction.
White blood cells increase the production of antigens during an allergic reaction.
Immune hypersensitivity reaction-- Allergic reactions that are mediated by mast cells and occur within minutes of allergen contact.
Benadryl is a good choice and any other antihistamine will help. Keep in mind that a reaction codeine or to any narcotic is like an allergy (itching, hives, etc) is really a side effect. Narcotics will cause direct histamine release from the Allergy cells(Mast cells) For this reason Vicodin (Hydrocodone) most probably will also cause the same reaction. The reactions may be different at different doses and some patients will tolerate alternatives.