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Axis Scientific Human Blood Cells

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  • Axis Scientific Human Blood Cells
  • Axis Scientific Human Blood Cells
  • Axis Scientific Human Blood Cells
  • Axis Scientific Human Blood Cells
  • Axis Scientific Human Blood Cells
Retail Price $235.00
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Description

Showing the different cell types, this human blood cell model by Axis Scientific is an excellent tool for anatomical study. It is mounted on a white base, and includes the following numbered anatomical features: the red blood cell, neutrophilic granulocyte, eosinophilic granulocyte, basophilic granulocyte, monocyte, lymphocyte, platelet, and plasma.

Blood is an essential fluid in the body that transports nutrients and oxygen where it is needed and also helps remove waste. Understanding the different parts of the blood and its function is a significant part of medical education.

Axis Scientific understands the needs of both students and educators, including the importance of making detailed models available to everyone at a reasonable price.

Made by Axis Scientific and backed by a 3 year warranty. Measures 12x17 inches. Base is roughly 20x22 inches.

Q & A

Q: Can the model be removed from the base?
A: No, the model is securely fastened to the base. Removing it is not recommended.

Q: How big is the model?
A: The base of the model measures 20 inches tall x 22 inches wide, and the raised section displaying blood cells measures 12 inches tall x 17 inches wide.

Q: What is included with the model?
A: In addition to the model and base, you will also receive a full-color, highly-detailed anatomical study guide. The product guide details 8 different features commonly found in blood:

1. Red Blood Cell
2. Neutrophilic Granulocyte
3. Eosinophilic Granulocyte
4. Basophilic Granulocyte
5. Monocyte
6. Lymphocyte
7. Platelet
8. Plasma

Q: Is this model numbered?

A: Yes, this model does come numbered. You can match the numbers to their term in the manual that comes with the model.

Q: I have a conference coming up and I will need 100 of these models. While I like this model, I would like to make a few changes. Would I be able to get a custom model made?

A: Please email support at support@anatomywarehouse.com. Include exactly what you need and the quantity. We will then be able to see what we can do for you.

Q: I did not receive my manual with my model. Where can I get one?

A: Under the more views section on the product page, you will see a PDF. That is actually the manual that comes with the model.

Q: How many numbers are on the model?
A: There are 8 different numbered anatomical details on this model.

Q: Does this model show any blood diseases or parasites?
A: No, this model is showing healthy blood cells with no diseases.

Q: What is this model made of?
A: This model is made of hard plastic and wood, and is hand painted.

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Warranty Information

Warranty Period: 3 Years
Quality You Can Trust

Virtually unique among anatomical model manufacturers, Axis Scientific does not require you to send back your model for inspection before a replacement or refund is issued. You also will not pay to return a defective product or incur unnecessary additional shipping charges before you get a replacement. Axis Scientific guarantees you will get a replacement under the standard Three Year Warranty.

Click here to learn more about the Axis Scientific Warranty and to Register your product for coverage under warranty.

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3 Reviews

  • 5
    Thank you!

    Posted by Denise on Jul 14th 2017

    We have to do blood tests on kids all the time, and of course they hate them. This model actually helps distract them though and allows us to teach them something at the same time. For some reason getting to see their “blood” takes their mind off the fact that we are actually drawing it. Great detail from a professional perspective too. Serves its purpose well!

  • 5
    Students Love It

    Posted by Case M on Sep 11th 2016

    We have this model, with all its different parts, in our classroom as a reference for students. VERY helpful as an education and study aid.

  • 5
    Ginormous

    Posted by Marley L on Jul 17th 2016

    Large model! I guess the cells of blood are small, but these enlargments really help understand the structure of each cell.

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