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Blood Types & Transfusions

  Receiver (patient laying on gurney needing transfusion) Donor (what you can grab out of  the fridge to give a patient with this blood type)
Blood Type Rh Positive Rh Negative Rh Positive Rh Negative
A A+, A-, O+, O- A-, O- A+, AB+ A+, A-, AB+, AB-
B B+, B-, O+, O- B-, O- B+, AB+ B+, B-, AB+, AB-
AB AB+, AB-, A+, A-,     B+, B-, O+, O-      (universal receiver) AB-, A-, B-, O- AB+ AB+, AB-
O O+, O- O- O+, A+, B+, AB+ O+, O-, AB+, AB-,    A+, A-, B+, B-      (universal donor)

Thanks to Lisa Crumbley for developing the above chart.

transfussion diagram

Genetics

Blood Type

Antigen on RBC

Agglutinogen present

Reacts to Serum:

O, O

O

none

Both Anti A and

Anti B

Neither

Anti A

or Anti B

A,A or A,O

A

A

Anti B

Anti A

but not

Anti B

B, B or

B, O

B

B

Anti A

Anti B

but not

Anti A

A, B

AB

AB

Neither

Anti A

or Anti B

Both Anti A and

Anti B

Rh+, Rh+ or

Rh-, Rh+

Rh+

Rh

none

Anti Rh

Rh-., Rh-

Rh-

none

None unless exposed to Rh+ antigens

No reaction to anti Rh

 

you can recieve blood types

http://biglee-murali.blogspot.com/2010/04/blood-donation-blood-group-match-chart.html