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One unit of blood contains of total volume of 500 mL (roughly one pint); however, it breaks down into 450 mL of blood and about 50 mL of anticoagulant.

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Volume in 1 unit of blood?

A unit of blood is equivalent to approximately 1 pint or 450 milliliters, according to the Canadian Blood Services website. The average patient requires around 4.6 units of blood.

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How many ml are there in 1 unit of blood?

What is 1 unit of blood in milliliters? A. 450ml. B. 500ml. C. 550ml. D. 400ml. Answer: Option A.
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