ANATOMY

Unit 3 Notes:
Blood Typing
(1) Antigens and Antibodies
• Antigens:
– The protein ID tags on the surface of all cells.
– Used to identify the differen...
(2)

The Blood Types

• A , B , AB, O
• A+ , B+ , AB+ , O+
(3)

Donating

• Can donate to anyone who has AT LEAST
ALL of the same antigens you have.
• Example:
– Blood Type AB = A a...
(4)

Type O

• Antigens = None
• Antibodies = A, B, and Rh
• Can Donate To:
– All blood types 
– They have zero antigens ...
(5)

Type O Positive

• Antigens = Only Rh
• Antibodies = A and B
• Can Donate To:
– All positive blood types 
– They onl...
(6)

Type AB

• Antigens = A and B
• Antibodies = Rh
• Can Donate To:
– Type AB
– Type AB+

• Can Receive From:
–
–
–
–

T...
(7)

Type AB Positive

• Antigens = A, B and Rh
• Antibodies = None
• Can Donate To:
– Only Type AB+

• Can Receive From:
...
(8)

Type A

• Antigens = Only A
• Antibodies = B and Rh
• Can Donate To:
– Type A and A+
– Type AB and AB+

• Can Receive...
(9)

Type A Positive

• Antigens = A Rh
• Antibodies = B
• Can Donate To:
– Type A+
– Type AB+

• Can Receive From:
– Type...
(10)

Type B

• Antigens = Only B
• Antibodies = A and Rh
• Can Donate To:
– Type B and B+
– Type AB and AB+

• Can Receiv...
(11)

Type B Positive

• Antigens = B and Rh
• Antibodies = A
• Can Donate To:
– Type B+
– Type AB+

• Can Receive From:
–...
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    1. 1. ANATOMY Unit 3 Notes: Blood Typing
    2. 2. (1) Antigens and Antibodies • Antigens: – The protein ID tags on the surface of all cells. – Used to identify the different types of cells. – Determine blood type. • Antibodies: – The free-floating proteins in blood used to bind to, and identify foreign cells. • Antibody & Antigen Options: – A , B , Rh (“positive”)
    3. 3. (2) The Blood Types • A , B , AB, O • A+ , B+ , AB+ , O+
    4. 4. (3) Donating • Can donate to anyone who has AT LEAST ALL of the same antigens you have. • Example: – Blood Type AB = A and B antigens – They can donate to anyone who at least has A and B antigens. – They can donate to… • Type AB • Type AB+
    5. 5. (4) Type O • Antigens = None • Antibodies = A, B, and Rh • Can Donate To: – All blood types  – They have zero antigens so no one’s body will detect it as foreign! • Can Receive From: – Only Type O – They have every type of antibody 
    6. 6. (5) Type O Positive • Antigens = Only Rh • Antibodies = A and B • Can Donate To: – All positive blood types  – They only have the Rh antigen so any positive types can take it! • Can Receive From: – Type O and O+
    7. 7. (6) Type AB • Antigens = A and B • Antibodies = Rh • Can Donate To: – Type AB – Type AB+ • Can Receive From: – – – – Type A Type B Type AB Type O
    8. 8. (7) Type AB Positive • Antigens = A, B and Rh • Antibodies = None • Can Donate To: – Only Type AB+ • Can Receive From: – – – – Type A and A+ Type B and B+ Type AB and AB+ Type O and O+
    9. 9. (8) Type A • Antigens = Only A • Antibodies = B and Rh • Can Donate To: – Type A and A+ – Type AB and AB+ • Can Receive From: – Type A – Type O
    10. 10. (9) Type A Positive • Antigens = A Rh • Antibodies = B • Can Donate To: – Type A+ – Type AB+ • Can Receive From: – Type A and Type A+ – Type O and Type O+
    11. 11. (10) Type B • Antigens = Only B • Antibodies = A and Rh • Can Donate To: – Type B and B+ – Type AB and AB+ • Can Receive From: – Type B – Type O
    12. 12. (11) Type B Positive • Antigens = B and Rh • Antibodies = A • Can Donate To: – Type B+ – Type AB+ • Can Receive From: – Type B and B+ – Type O and O+

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