B LOOD T YPING A CTIVITY Cameron (1)- Camden (2)- Marcela (3)- Kayvan (4)- Jim (5)-
B LOOD C ELL C OUNT First view at 10 x Draw what you see in the field of view Then view at 40 x Draw what you see with the field of view Count the number of red blood cells in the field of view at 40X Count clumped together cells separately Calculate the average of three cell counts Multiply by 150,000 to get the #/cc
D ETERMINE THREE SITUATIONS WHERE BLOOD TYPING WOULD BE USED ?
Q UESTION 1 A patient comes into your clinic asking the following question: I am trying to figure out what blood type the father of my son could have since my son and I are both type A+. My brother is type 0 and my mom is A+. Explain how you get your answer. The father could be: A. A, AB, B, or O B. Either A or B C. Either A or O
Q UESTION 2 What is the blood type consistency of two parents who are O+ who have 8 children? 2 of 8 are reported to be O+ and O-. Does that seem to be likely?? - A. Likely B. Unlikely
Q UESTION 3 - A client comes to you asking, What is the likelihood that a parent with A+ blood and a parent with B- blood, would have a son with O- blood?
Q UESTION 4 - A heart patient is given a blood transfusion and dies soon after. The heart patient had type A+ blood. She was transfused with AB+ blood. Explain why the transfusion led to death by using the terms such as red blood cells, antigens, and antibodies.