Can a person with type O- blood donate to a person who has type A- blood?
Yes. People with type O blood can donate to anyone. Type O is called the universal donor.
A person with type A blood can donate blood to a person with type A or type AB. A person with type B blood can donate blood to a person with type B or type AB. A person with type AB blood can donate blood to a person with type AB only. A person with type O blood can donate to anyone. A person with type A blood can receive blood from a person with… Read More
No, to donate blood safely the donor and the recipient have to have the same blood type.
People with blood type O are universal donors meaning they can donate to anyone
Yes, type O negative blood can donate to type O positive blood. Type O negative blood is the universal donor. It can be given to a person with any blood type.
A person who has type O blood is called a universal donor which means you can donate blood to anybody no matter what their blood type is. The only thing is a person with o Type blood can only receive O type blood and nothing else. I worked in a ER and if the patient needed a blood transfusion and we didn't know what blood type he was we always gave type O blood.
Blood type and organ types are different.
Only type O blood can be donated to a person with type O blood because type O blood is the Universal Donor.
A person with Type O can donate to any other blood type, but can only receive blood from another Type O person. A person having blood group O (with absence of Rh-factor) only can donate his blood to any other individual. Rh or Antigen-D is a factor which decides the positivity or negativity of the blood, so the blood group O-negative is considered the universal donor, as it does not effect any of other blood… Read More
Blood type AB can only donate to another AB type. Blood type O+ can be given to anyone, but a blood type like A or B or AB can only be donated to a person who has the same exact blood type as the person who is donating their blood.
no ONLY type O can donate to A and B but type O only can receive type O. and type A donates to type A and type B donates to type B
yes a person with blood type o can donate his kidney to a b blood type person,but still there is a risk that the kidney might resemble itselfs as antibody so the entire organ would be killed in host body
Blood group A and also blood group O can. Blood group O can donate blood to any blood group- universal donor.
with the same type of blood! O- can give blood to everbody .
A person with type o blood is a universal donor and can donate blood to persons of any blood type.
No, since type O patients have anti-A and anti-B, the donated A-blood would react with the patient's anti-A Type O patients can only receive type O blood but can donate to all types Type AB can receive all types, but can donate only to AB patients
No - coagulation (lumping) will occur. This is because Anti-B antibodies are present if a person has blood type O. However, a person with blood type O can donate blood to a person with blood type B.
All types A, B, AB, and O.
No, Type A can only donate to A or AB; however, it can receive blood from Type O.
O negative A person with type O is know as the universal donor. This means that this person can donate moderate amounts of blood to the people of any type.
A to O(not compatible) O-A(compatible) -a person with blood type O can donate his blood to all recipients, so he becomes the universal donor. Type O blood can be given to any person because it has no antigen.
A person with B type blood can donate to a patient with B type blood and to the universal receiver. The universal receiver is type AB+. A person who does not carry the Rh factor, which means they are either B negative, AB negative or O negative, cannot receive B positive or AB positive blood.
Yes. O- can donate to all blood types. O+ can only donate to other positive blood types, including AB+.
Type AB is the universal receiver. A person with AB can receive O, A, B and AB blood.
because it have both atibodies a and b so cannot be donated to blood group a,b,o
Yes, O- is the universal donor. A person with O- can donate to all blood types.
Blood type O negative can donate blood to any negative blood type there is. But the blood type O negative cannot receive blood from any blood type but itself.
The only type O can receive from is O. O - can only receive from O -, but can donate to A, B, AB or O, either + or -. O + can receive either but can only donate to A, B, AB or O Rh +.
Yes, type O positive can donate blood to type O positive. Type O positive can donate to O positive, A positive, B positive, or AB positive.
No because the person with type O has antibodies against the A antigens that are present of the red blood cells of people with type A blood. This means that the blood would clot in the arteries and cause blockaged possible resulting in death.
We all know that a person with type O is known as a universal donor. This means that this person can donate moderate amounts of blood to people of any blood type.
Yes. O can to donate to any type, however O, can only receive O.
Individuals with blood type O- are considered universal donors meaning they can donate their blood to any individuals of the blood groups (A, B, AB, and O). However, blood type O- individuals can only receive blood from another type O- individual. Blood type O+ is not considered another universal donor, because of Rh factor, which marks blood as + or -. A person with negative-Rh blood CANNOT receive from a person with positive-Rh blood, so… Read More
You can donate you any blood type, but only accept type O- blood
Type O blood lacks the antigens (A or B) which could stimulate a dangerous immune reaction in the recipient.
People with the O negative blood type can donate to anyone.
No; type O+ (O positive) can donate to any blood type that is positive but not to those that are negative. Type O- (O negative) is the universal donor. Type AB can receive A, B, or O blood.
Anyone can donate blood. The tricky part is deciding which person can receive your blood - it's based on blood types. Type O, for example, can only receive more type O and you also have to match up the Rh factor for + or - (+ can receive anything, - can only take more - blood). Type AB can receive any blood so long as the Rh factor matches up properly.
Could your blood type be o or b if your fathers is blood type o dominant and your mothers is blood type b dominant?
Yes - blood type O or B are the only possibilities. Each parent donates one allele to the child. The parent with blood type O must donate an O. The parent with blood type be will donate either a B or an O - they can only donate an O if they are heterozygous, BO.
No - blood type B cannot donate to blood type O. This is because blood type B contains B antigens, and blood type O contains Anti-B antibodies. However, blood type O can donate to blood type B.
A person with O- (O negative) blood is considered a universal donor. That means that every blood type that exists can receive blood from a person with O- blood. (A+, A-, B+, B-, AB+, AB-, O+, O-) A person with O+ (O positive) blood, on the other hand, can donate to any type as long as it is positive. ( A+, B+, O+ or AB+)
Type O blood can donate to every kind of blood out there, but can only receive blood from other type O blood. Type AB blood can receive blood from every kind of blood out there, but can only donate to other type AB blood.
Blood group O is the universal donor, ie it can be donated to people with type A, B or AB (and O of course) blood with minimal agglutination (except if the rhesus factor is not compatible with the recipient's). This is due to the absence of antigen A and B on the red blood cells of people with blood type O. Therefore when a person having type A blood receives type O blood, there wouldn't… Read More
It depends on what you mean by "blood". If you mean Red Blood Cells, it is due to somthing called antigens. Type O has IgM anti-A antibodies and anti-B antibodies in blood serum, and this would "attack" blood that had A or B antibodies. Since AB has both, it cannot donate to O, and O can only receive O. With regards to Blood Plasma however, AB can donate to any group, including O.
O blood can always donate to positive, however if you're O negative, you can donate to ANYBODY, and O positive you may only donate to other positive blood types.
Blood type O is often called the universal donor. This means that they can give their blood to anyone, but they can only receive blood from another O person. The other side of the equation is people with AB. They are the universal recipients. They can receive any type of blood, but can only donate to another AB person.
More than just two blood types are not compatible with each other. The four basic types of blood are: A, B, AB, O(not counting Rh). Type A blood can only receive blood from type A and type O. However, type A blood can donate their blood to type A and type AB. Type B blood can only receive blood from type B and type O. However, type B blood can donate their blood to type… Read More
If a person with blood type AB mates with a person with blood type O what are the possible blood types of their children?
There is equal chance (one in two) that each of their children will have either type A or type B. The A and B antigen alleles are both dominant to the defective antigen allele (O). The parent with AB can donate either an A or a B to the offspring; the O parent can donate only an O so the only possible combinations are AO and BO. Because O is recessive to A and B… Read More
A,AB,B,AND O can be ransferred sucessfully in a transfusion
When a mother is A positive and her daughter is o negative can the mother donate blood to the daughter?
No. People with an o blood type can only receive o blood. They can however donate to a patient of any blood type
Type o can only be transferred by type o blood.