Your answer: A, clumped; B, clumped; Rh, unclumped. 1 - Why are individuals with the AB blood type known as universal recipients for blood transfusions? You correctly answered: They have both A and B antigens on the surface of their RBCs, and their blood serum does not contain antibodies against A, B, or Rh antigens. 1 +
6/9/2020 PhysioEx Exercise 11 Activity 4 2/4 Blood sample Agglutination with Anti-A Serum Agglutination with Anti-B Serum Agglutination with Anti-Rh Serum Blood Type Rh factor 1 positive negative positive A + 2 negative positive positive B + 3 positive positive negative AB - 4 negative negative negative O - 5 positive positive positive AB + 6 negative positive negative B - Sample 1 Sample 2 Sample 3 Sample 4 Sample 5
6/9/2020 PhysioEx Exercise 11 Activity 4 3/4 Post-lab Quiz Results You scored 100% by answering 4 out of 4 questions correctly. Review Sheet Results Sample 6 To determine an individual's blood type, drops of the blood sample are mixed You correctly answered: separately with antiserum containing antibodies that recognize either type A antigens, type B antigens, or Rh antigens. 1 Agglutination You correctly answered: All of these answers are correct. 2 Antigens You correctly answered: are present on all cells. 3 ABO and Rh agglutinogens You correctly answered: cause the most vigorous and potentially fatal transfusion reactions.
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