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Sir, if 'O'type bood group has both anti'a' and anti'b' , then how can it be transfuse with 'A' blood group. Won't it cause damage to RBC's of other person?

Sir, if 'O'type bood group has both anti'a' and anti'b' , then how can it be transfuse with 'A' blood group. Won't it cause damage to RBC's of other person?
 

Grade:12th pass

2 Answers

Umakant biswal
5359 Points
4 years ago
With regard to transfusions of packed red blood cells, individuals with type O Rh D negative blood are often called universal donors, and those with type AB Rh D positive blood are called universal recipients; however, these terms are only generally true with respect to possible reactions of the recipient's anti-A and anti – B 
so, the anti a and anti b will gng to bind with the receptors of o blood group , they will not going to destroy it 
​HOPE IT CLEARS 

ALL THE BEST 
adamshaik
24 Points
4 years ago
Just remember that the RBC cell surface contains A antigen and B antigen.
Similarly serum will develop antibodies against A are called as anti-A and against B are called as anti-B.
If the Blood Group O has both anti a and anti b then it will become AB blood group.
RBC-antigenA :A blood group
RBC-antigenB: B blood group
RBC-antigenA+B: AB blood group
RBC-Noantigen: O blood group

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