Name for blood group O person?
A blood group 'O' person is called a Universal Donor from sue b :-)
People with group O can receive only from O. Other types are not accepted
The blood group O positive(O+) specifies that the person can donate his/her blood to any other person of same or different blood group. But, O+ can accept blood only from a person having same blood group (i.e O+) and not from any other group.
A person with O- blood can only get blood from another O- person.
If person with O blood group receives blood of person with AB blood group it can cause rhesus factor but not other way round
Blood group A and also blood group O can. Blood group O can donate blood to any blood group- universal donor.
No - a person with that genotype would have blood group A. A person with O blood can only receive blood from an O 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
no O positive is not a universal blood group. it is O negative which could be donated to any person of any blood group
Yes, O- is the universal donor. A person with O- can donate to all blood types.
The blood group is O negative. They can donate to a person with any blood group.The blood group is O negative.
Can a person with blood group O donate for another person of Blood group AB undergoing heart surgery or should he take only AB?
Group "O" can donate blood to all other groups but can receive back only from "O" group.
O blood group is called universal donors because this group blood can given to any other blood group person. From Alina Shoaib
only from blood group O.
The blood group can be 'O' or 'A'. It is because of multiple alleles The person with blood group O has only 1 possibility of IO IO while the person with the blood group A can have 2 possibilities IAIA or IAIO so if the probability is taken out there are only 2 types possible i.e. blood group A or O
only from O blood group
No, people with type O blood can only receive O blood. However, a person with type B blood can receive type O blood.
Why is it important that a person with type o blood only receive a blood transfusion from another person with type o blood?
It is because o blood group has antibody A an B
This person will have antibodies to blood type A and blood type B.
A1 negative person and O negative person
Blood group O has both a and b antibodies, therefore receiving blood from blood group A, the A-antigens will agglutinate with the b-antibodies of the person with blood group O. Receiving blood from blood group B will also cause agglutination of its b-antigens and the blood group O's a-antibodies.
A and O blood group
No. "Positive" blood groups have something in them that "negative" blood groups do not have. So if they were to give blood to the "negative" groups, it would be like introducing a foreign substance into the blood stream. O- people can give blood to any group, and AB+ can accept blood from any group.
O Rh- is the universal donor and AB Rh- is the universal recipient of all blood types.
Yes, A person having O +ve blood group is universal donor
only "o negative" blood group person can be given to 'o negative' person
because in blood group A antigen A is present while not in O so it will destroy the characteristic of blood group O.
An individual with an "O" blood type can be transfused to any other blood type, since type "O" blood is the universal blood type. This includes an "A" blood type.
Group O recipients can only receive group O red cell transfusions.
Yes. A person of any blood group can marry another person from the same or any other blood group. Blood group does not dictate "marriageability" between two people.
Can a person with blood group o and her husband with blood group ab have a daughter with blood group o?
No. The daughter will be either blood group A (with genotype AO) or blood group B (genotype BO). This is because she must inherit one of the alleles from her father, so either an A or a B.
A person who is O- can only accept blood from another O- person, but they are the universal donor, and can give their blood to anyone.
Yes, O is the universal donor. However you have to match the rhesus factor too.
Can a person having her father's blood group o positive and her mother's blood group ab positive have her blood group also ab positive?
A and B are dominant over O, so yes, it is possible.
this type of person can receive all types of blood group blood. he can receive blood group a,b,ab or o. therefore he is called universal receipient.
yes, because o group is universal donor.
A person with blood group O is homozygous for the recessive allele: ii.
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.
There is only one possible blood genotype that gives group O. The person must be homozygous for type O.
yes.same case with me i have blood group O and my father have blood group B.beacause my mother have blood group o. any child can have blood group o whether his/her father have blood group b he or she can have blood group o if the mother have blood group o.
Yes. O blood is a recessive gene. If someone has type A blood it means their genes are either AA or AO and if they are type B it means they either have BB or BO genes. If a person with type A blood is has AO and a person with type B blood has BO, they could have a baby with OO genes giving the baby type O blood.
Provided the other bloodgroups match (e.g. rhesus antigen) then yes, of course.
Yes, If a man with the blood group of "O" married a woman with blood group of "A", "B" or "O" can have a child with a blood group of "O".
Why O negative blood can be gien to a person in acute emergency when blood of same blood group is not available?
because O negative are universal donor.
AB negative blood group is fine for marriage but the person with this blood group can accept the blood from all donors with negative Rh factor. example- only from AB-, O-,A-,B-
This type of transfer is NOT advisable. It can lead to a transfusion reaction
A person with O blood cannot receive A red blood cells. A naturally occurring antibody in group O people (Anti-A) would bind to the A red cells and lead to dire consequences in the patient. A person with O blood can receive blood group A plasma or platelets as the plasma or platelets from an A donor would contain Anti-B which would not bind to the O patient's red cells as they do not carry… Read More
yes, and their baby's blood group will also be O... O blood group is normal and most prevalent amongst the four blood grops in a population. It only significant when receiving blood transfusions and is considered a universal donor (so a person with O blood group can only receive blood from a donor having O blood group). The positive sign indicates the Rhesus factor and is only a problem when the father is positive and… Read More
Yes parents who are both B blood group can have a child with O negative. This is because B blood group only requires one parent gene to be B to have B blood group - they may also have one O gene. People have two blood group genes, one from both parents. B gene is "dominant" as is A gene. O gene is "recessive". AB blood group means a person has one A gene and… Read More
No. Type O blood has anti-A and anti-B antibodies.