Beth talks blood: Part 4

Platelets (or thrombocytes) are tiny blood cells that help our body to form clots to stop bleeding! Platelets are pretty important for normal haemostasis (arrest of bleeding), without platelets we’d bleed out from the smallest of injuries [1, 2].   Max Schultze in 1865 first described platelets as “spherules” which he noted were much smallerContinue reading “Beth talks blood: Part 4”