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Blood and its Complications

@inproceedings{Vasudev2016BloodAI,
  title={Blood and its Complications},
  author={S. Vasudev},
  year={2016}
}
In Medical terms blood mean hemo- or hemato- (haemo- and haemato-). Blood is an animal body fluid which function as a delivery boy. It delivers important substances such as nutrients, minerals, oxygen to the cells and metabolic waste products away from those same cells so called as the carriers of the body. Blood is a specialized form of connective tissue seen in the bones and presence of potential fibers called as fibrinogen. 

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