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Blood Type A
-Have 'A' Antigen on RBC's surface.
-Anti-B Antibodies in plasma
Blood Type B
Have 'B' Antigen on RBC's surface.
-Anti-A Antibodies in plasma
Blood Type AB
Have 'A&B' Antigen(s) on RBC's surface.
-No Antigens in plasma
Blood Type O
Have 'O' Antigen on RBC's surface.
-Have Both Anti-(A&B) Antigens in plasma
Blood Type A
Donate to A & AB
Blood Type B
Donate to B & AB
Blood Type AB
Donate to AB ONLY
Blood Type O
Donate to ALL
Blood Type A
Receive from A & O
Blood Type B
Receive from B & O
Blood Type AB
Receive from ALL
Blood Type O
Receive from O ONLY
If agglutination has occured in the blood samples of A, B, and Rh, what is the blood type?
AB+
If agglutination has occured in the blood samples of A only, what is the blood type?
A-
If agglutination has occured in the blood samples of B only, what is the blood type?
B-
If agglutination has occured in the blood samples of A and Rh, what is the blood type?
A+
If agglutination has occured in the blood samples of B and Rh, what is the blodo type?
B+
If agglutination has occured in the blood samples of A and B, what is the blood type?
AB-
If agglutination has NOT occured in any of the blood samples, what is the blodo type?
O-
If agglutination has occured in the blood samples of Rh, what is the blood type?
O+
Can a Positive donor provide blood to a negative recipient? Explain.
No, because only a donor with negative blood type provide blood to a recipient with positive blood.

-Negative can donate to negative
-Negative can donate to positive
-Positive can donate to positive
-Positive CAN NOT donate to negative.
O- can donate to who?
Everyone (Universal Donor)
O- can receive from who?
ONLY O- blood types
AB+ can donate to who?
AB+ blood types
AB+ can receive from who?
Everyone (Universal Recipient)
B- can donate to who?
B-
B+
AB+
AB-
B- can receive from who?
B- and O-
A+ can donate to who?
A+ and AB+
A+ can receive from who?
A+
A-
O+
O-
O+ can donate to who?
All positive groups
O+ can receive from who?
O+ and O-
What is a donor?
Person giving blood
What is a recipient?
Person getting blood
What happens if a donor and recipient blood type are NOT compatible?
The recipient's plasma antibodies will attack antigens on donated RBC's.
Where does blood agglutination and Hemolysis occur because of incompatibility between donor/recipient blood?
In the recipient's blood
Fatal circulatory shock occurs because of what?
The blood that the donor has donated is incompatible with the recipients blood.
What is the name of the disease that results from Rh incompatibility between mother and child?
Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn (HDN)
Hemolytic disease results from Rh incompatiblity between a ________ mother and her ________ baby conceived from an ________ father.
Rh-; Rh+; Rh+
When Rh+ RBC's of first born child enter mother's circulation, the mother will become what?
Sensitized
When a mother becomes sensitized because of the first born child with Rh+, the mother will develop anti-Rh antibodies and destroy *what* of the Rh+ second baby?
RBC's