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Chapter 11

Blood Types/Groups

TermDefinition
Type A Blood People with type A blood have A-antigens on the blood cells and anti-B-antibodies to fight against B-antigens. People with type A blood can receive O or A blood types.
Type B Blood People with type B blood have B-antigens on the blood cells and anti-A-antibodies to fight against A-antigens. People with type B blood can receive O or B blood types.
Type AB Blood People with type AB blood have both A-antigens and B-antigens. These people do not produce anti-A-antibodies or anti-B-antibodies. People with type AB blood can receive all blood types (universal recipient).
Type O Blood People with type O blood have no antigens on their blood cells. People with type O blood produce both anti-A and anti-B antibodies. People with type O blood can receive only type O blood, but can donate to anyone (universal donor).
Rh Factors An antigen found in some people, but this can cause hemolytic disease in newborn children. People are either Rh- or Rh+.
Created by: Mr.Klein