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Ward Lab Activity simulated ABO & Rh blood typing
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differentiates in blood types that accounted for imcompatible transfusions
antigens, substances found on the surface of erythrocytes
RBC, circular, biconcave disks of 5 to 8 micrometers. Chief function is to transport O and CO
antibodies found in plasma
AKA hemolytic disease of the newborn
result of Rh negative mother being exposed to Rh postive cells
blood type A
Antigen A; Antibod(y/ies) Anti-B; Can Give Blood to types A, AB; Can receive blood from types O, A
blood type B
Antigen B; Antibod(y/ies) Anti-A; Can Give Blood to types B, AB; Can receive blood from types O, B
blood type AB
Antigens A and B; Antibod(y/ies) Neither; Can Give Blood to type AB; Can receive blood from types O, A, B, AB
blood type O
Antigen Neither A nor B; Antibod(y/ies) Both Anti-A & Anti-B; Can Give Blood to types O, A, B, & AB; Can receive blood from type O
red blood cell lifespan
formed elements in blood
erythrocytes, leukocytes, platelets
white blood cells, 9 to 25 micrometers, function primarily to control various disease conditions. can move against the current of the bloodstream
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