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Objective: Students will be able to explain how the Rh factor has an affect in blood donation and which blood types are compatible
Reasons why people need blood transfusions Serious injury Severe anemia Cancers Surgury Child Birth chemotherapy, chronic liver disease or cirrhosis, sepsis or severe infection …
Items to consider with Blood Donations
Four types of blood
Rh Factor 85% of people have it, 15% do not.
Answers Donner A= Recipient A, O Donner B= Recipient B, O Donner AB= Recipient A, B, AB, O Donner O= Recipient O
P. 320 Analyzing Data 1, 2, 3, Which blood type makes up the greatest percentage of the U.S. population? 1. Type O+ makes up the greatest percentage.
Blood Type Warmup 1)Which blood type only has Rh antigens? 2)Which blood type only has B antigens? 3)Which blood type only has Rh antibodies? 4)Which blood.
Blood Groups Your goals for this lab: By the end of this practical you will be able to Determine your blood group. Describe the importance of blood group.
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Part I. ABO and Rh Blood Antigens Rh antigen No Rh antigens Blood type Rh+ Blood type Rh-
Pages When blood is given intraveneously Usually donated blood Transfusions are given for: Blood loss due to injury Surgery To supplement.
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Blood Types. Blood Types… Blood from the donor to the recipient must be compatible. The problem occurs when the protein (antigen) outer layer of the RBC.
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Blood compatibility. Blood types A blood type (also called a blood group) is a classification of blood based on the presence or absence of inherited antigenic.
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ABO Blood Group, continued….. Based on your chart, what blood type can receive blood of any other type? Type AB is called the universal recipient. Based.
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Blood types are identified by certain antigens in red blood cells Type A RBC’s carry the “A” antigen Type B carry the “B” antigen Type AB both “A” and.
Blood Types. Objectives You should be able to: 1.Define the term “Antigen.” Explain what gives blood its type. 2.Define the four known blood types. 3.Explain.
Be able to identify all the blood cells above (including erythrocytes even though they are not pointed to on the diagram).
I can describe general facts about blood. I can identify the common name for erythrocytes. I can describe the shape of an erythrocyte. I can identify.
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Blood Transfusion. Learning Objectives To describe and explain the ABO blood grouping system To describe and explain the Rhesus blood grouping system.
Blood Types A B AB O. Four major types of blood. A, B, AB, and O. Inherited from parents. Determined by presence or absence of an ANTIGEN on the surface.
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Do Now On lined paper: What are the possible offspring of a father who is Type AB and mother who is type O? Hint: Use a punnett square! Can any offspring.
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Multiple Alleles- Blood Typing. How common is your blood type? 46.1% 38.8% 11.1% 3.9%
Why is donating blood important to be a part of? Will you donate blood in your lifetime?
Jade Rotondo March 20, 2012 Grade 7 B168. This project is going to be about our blood that functions and transfers important things in our body. Jade.
AB 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 99 10 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28.
ABO Blood Groups Rhesus Factor +-. Why are blood types important? Blood transfusion A blood transfusion creating a wrong combination of donor-patient.
An earthquake has occurred! There are many victims who have lost a lot of blood. URGENTLY I need your help URGENTLY to perform blood transfusions!
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