Flashcards in Blood Types, Donors, And Recipients Deck (13):
Blood Type B
Antigen on RBC - B
Antigen on Plasma - anti-A antibodies
Donate to - B or AB
Receive From - B or O
Blood Type AB
Antigen on RBC - A and B
Antigen on Plasma - none
Donate to - AB ONLY
Receive From - A, B, AB, O
Blood Type O
Antigen on RBC - none
Antigen on Plasma - anti-A and anti-B antibodies
Donate to -A, B, AB, O
Receive From - O
Blood Type A
Antigen on RBC - A
Antigen on Plasma - anti-B antibodies
Donate to - A or AB
Receive From - A or O
A, B, AB, O
based on the presence or absence of A or B antigens.
Antigens that determine which blood type a person is; stimulate production of antibodies.
Blood, Plasma, Platelets from donor to recipient.
Careful typing and cross matching to ensure compatibility.
Incompatibility result in serious, possibly fatal, reactions.
Clump together. Antigens of blood clump together when mismatched/incompatible transfusions are done.
Type O Blood, does not contain A or B antigens; it may be given to a person with any of the other blood types.
Type AB Blood, no antibodies against other blood types.
Other antigens on red blood cells. Further classification of blood tying. Rh-positive (Rh+) or Rh-negative (Rh-)
May receive a transfusion with Rh+ or Rh-