What's is the universal donor, and why?
Type O, no antigens
What is the universal recipient, and why?
Type AB, no antibodies
Rh factor dominant, percentages ?
Makes blood type positive, 85% if all people are Rh + , 15% are Rh -
Rh antibodies form, and when?
Form only when a Rh - person is exposed to Rh factor. Only Rh - people can make Rh antibodies
What is an AB mistake?
Match A antigen and A antibodies, or B antigen and B antibody, patient may die
What is an Rh mistake?
Give Rh - patient Rh+ blood, patient will not die but they may feel sick
What is the true universal donor and why?
O -, no antigens
What is the true universal recipient?
AB +, no antibodies
Problem scenario for Rhband having children?
Mother Rh-' if the mother is - she can make Rh antibodies, father must be Rh+, they can have + babies. If they have 2 children are + the second baby could die before they are born
Rh antibodies are in a class called..
IgG can cross the placenta
Rhogam prevents ...
The mother from making Rh antibodies destroy red blood cells from baby from moms immune system can activate
Blood typing agglutination...
Blood typing front type
Directly test for 3 blood typing A B Rh antigens, grainy is a positive result
Blood typing back type
Indirectly test for A&B antibodies