O positive person can donate blood to b negative person?
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.
No, an O Positive person cannot donate to an A Negative person because the person who is Negative, or Rh Negative, will react to the Positive (Rh Positive) blood. Negative can only get Negative, Positive can get Positive or Negative.
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.
Yes, O- is the universal donor. A person with O- can donate to all blood types.
A person with A negative blood can donate blood to a person with A negative blood and a person with AB negative blood.
Can a negative blood group donate an organ to a positive blood group
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 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.
Rh factor is a protein that is found in the blood of about 85% of the population. Those who have the factor are Rh positive, while those who don't, are Rh negative. A person who is Rh negative can safely donate blood to persons with or without the protein. A person who is Rh positive can only donate to those who are Rh positive.
AB positive can donate to AB positive. AB negative to AB negative and AB positive.
AB can only donate blood to other ABs. A can donate blood to As and ABs. B can donate blood to Bs and ABs. O can donate to all blood types. Negative Rh factors can donate to both positive and negative Rh factors, however postive Rh factors can only donate to other positive. So if I had O+ blood, I couldn't donate to A-, but could donate to A+.
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 positive and O negative both can donate to O positive patients
A person with A positive blood can donate blood to someone with AB positive blood. Someone with AB positive blood cannot donate blood to someone with A positive blood.
A1 negative person and O negative person
Consideration must be given to whether or not the person is Rh positive or Rh negative. A person with blood type A positive can receive A positive, A negative, O positive and O negative blood. A person with A negative blood can only receive A negative and O negative blood.
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.
No. It is not the same type of blood. The donor needs to be and A negative.
No he can't. The acceptor has B negative, so he has antibodies against Rhesus D in his blood. The donor has Rhesus D, because he is positive, so the antbodies in the plasma of the acceptor will attack the D antigens on the red blood cells of the donor, which has a lot of nasty effects.
they can but the person with AB blood really needs AB blood
any blood could be donated.
Rh negative blood can be given to a Rh positive person, but not vice versa (Rh positive blood can not be given to a Rh negative person).
No although type O can donate to anyone the positive (plus) can not be put into a blood with negative. This would cause blood clumping and would be very bad.
Blood types A negative and B positive cannot donate or receive blood from each other. If you're asking if two people of this blood type can have a baby -- yes, of course.
Simple answer no. O can donate to A or B but not the reverse. A and B can donate to AB but not the reverse. Neither A or B can donate to each other. It also depands on the rh factor. Negative people can donate to positive but not the reverse. O negative can be given to anyone which is why they keep calling me at the blood bank asking for donations.
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+)
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
No, a person having o-negative blood cannot receive blood from a person having o-positive blood because it will cause coagulation of blood
The blood group is O negative. They can donate to a person with any blood group.The blood group is O negative.
Yes. O negative can donate to anyone, O positive can receive blood from anyone. The other groups can only receive blood from their group or O negative.
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, as if Rh positive blood was put into a Rh negative person it would trigger an immune reaction against the transfused blood. However you can put Rh negative blood into a Rh positive person so long as their ABO blood types are appropriatly matched too.
Approximately 15% of the population is Rh negative. All Rh negative blood types are in extreme shortage and always needed.
No. The body will reject organs with an opposing Rh factor.
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.
It means they can donate to a person with any blood group.The blood group is O negative.
A combination of a parent with type A negative blood and another with type O positive, the combined positive and negative cells will create type N-D (Neutral-Determination) blood. People with N-D blood cannot donate blood and are at high risk for sexually transmitted diseases such as AIDS and Gonorrhea.
You have type O positive blood your aunt who has cancer has type B negative blood Do you need to be of the same blood type for you to donate platelets to her through apheresis?
Yes, platelets are generally type specific. In O positive, there could be an anti B Negative antigen.
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.
Yes, you can't donate 0 positive blood to AB negative. The rest is possible :) RV
The O blood type is the "universal donor". It can donate to A,B,AB,O as long as it matches with the - and +. (ex: O+ to AB +/ O- to AB-), and so forth.
no absolutely not. a person with negative blood type cannot accept blood from a positive blood type, however, positives can receive from negitives.
Everyone (any blood type) O negative is known as the universal donor. They can only receive O negative.
Yes. The Rh factor (the +/- part) is actually two parts with positive being dominate. So, a person with ++ or +- is called positive, and a person with -- is negative. As such; two people with +- blood can have a child with ++, +-, +-, or --. (which simplify down to +, +, +, and -)
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
No - a pos can not donate blood to a negative
A person with A- blood can not receive A+ blood at any time.
Yes, an Rh negative child can be born to parents that are both Rh Positive. Each person carries two alleles or genes for the Rh factor. To be a negative you must have a double negative (-/-) since being Rh negative simply means that you do not have the Rh factor. If the two alleles of a person are positive and positive (+/+) then they are obviously positive. But if the are (+/-) they are… Read More
Can a person with A positive blood and a person with O positive blood have a child with AB negative blood?
No, the child can't have B in its blood type because neither of the parents have B.
The universal donor blood type is O negative. Anybody with O negative blood can donate to all peoples in the world. However, O positive is sometimes considered close to the universal donor because most people (~52%) can receive blood from O positive.
Universal donor means they can donate to a person with any blood group.The blood group is O negative.