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Q - What are antibodies and what are antigens?
Q - What blood type is considered the universal donor? Universal recipient?
Q -What happens if the donor and recipients blood type are incompatible? Why is it importantto check for compatibility?
Example:
Anti-B antibodies in the plasma of the recipient will bind to B antigens on the cell surface of thedonors RBCs.Q - What does it mean if someone has positive (+) blood or negative (-) blood?
1.Recipient has type A blood. Donor has type B blood. Are the blood types compatible?2.Recipient has type AB blood. Donor has type A blood. Are the blood types compatible?
4.Individuals who are Rh negative can receive which types of blood?1.Recipient has type A blood. Donor has type B blood. Are the blood types compatible?
2. Recipient has type AB blood. Donor has type A blood. Are the blood types compatible?
3. Recipient has type O blood. Donor has type B blood. Are the blood types compatible?
4. Individuals who are Rh negative can receive which types of blood?
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