What blood type can a person with AB blood type receive?
It depends on if it is AB+ or AB-. AB+ can receive any blood type, and AB- cannot receive A+, B+, AB+, or O+ blood. For AB+, it does not matter what type of blood it is, they can receive it.
A person with type AB blood can receive any type of blood, but they are usually given AB blood.
Someone with type AB blood can receive either type A blood, type B blood, Type AB blood, and type O blood "O"
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
A person with blood type AB can receive blood from any other blood type.
because there is a trace of B blood in AB blood they can receive B blood>
No. It can only receive the blood coming from a person with type O.
If a person has AB type blood then they can receive any type of blood. A extra factor you have to take into account is whether they are AB positive or AB negative. An AB+ person can take any blood while an AB- person can take any blood as long as its negative. For a chart showing the blood type compatibility see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_types#Red_blood_cell_compatibility
Yes, AB+ can receive all types of blood. AB- can receive any negative blood, A-, B-, AB- or O-.
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.
Type AB is the universal receiver. A person with AB can receive O, A, B and AB blood.
Any A, B, AB, or O but preferably AB.
no because AB only can donate to AB.
People with AB blood can receive blood from any type. However, can only give to other AB types.
A person with AB blood can receive all the other blood types but can donate only to somebody that is AB.
They can only receive blood from people with the same type of blood as them, so in your case the person would need to receive blood from someone whos blood type is AB
Yes, but not from a person with type AB or A.
No. Not for red cell transfusion.
AB can receive any blood type (depending whether you are - or +)
You are able to receive type A, type B and type AB you can receive any type of blood.
type O can only receive type O.
I am blood typr AB+ and i donate. The only type I can receive is AB+
The person could not receive from types A, B, or AB.
A person with type AB blood. People with type O cannot receive from anyone except O.
Yes, because the person with AB blood can receive blood from any group A,B, O. Type O blood is a univeral donor and can only receive blood from the O blood type.
AB+ is the Blood type that can take any blood from another person, where as; O- is the Blood type that can give blood to any person
Blood type AB is the universal donor because it is compatible with all blood types. If a person needs blood, they can recurve any blood type. They can receive type o, a, b, or ab. Because they can receive any of these blood types, they are the universal donkr
A person with O blood type is known as a universal donor because anyone can receive this blood. A person with A, B, or AB blood can receive this because the antibodies would not be able to cause clumping of the blood cells, which would happen if someone with A blood would receive A or AB blood.
Yes, and this person can also receive blood from blood group type A and 0. If there are complications it is probably due the an other type of blood group, the rhesus blood group.
Nothing will happen. People with type AB blood can receive all types of blood (AB, A, B, O)
The blood type AB is a universal receiver meaning it can receive blood from blood types A, B, AB, and O.
A person with blood type AB cannot give blood to anyone but can receive blood from anyone
no blood type o can only receive blood type o. a can receive a and o. b can receive b and o. ab can receive all blood types a b and o
No, you can only receive your blood type when you get a blood transfusion.
Is it safe for person with blood type 0 to receive a blood transfusion from a person who has blood type A?
No, O can only get O but is the universal donor, but A can receive A or O, and B can receive B and O, AB can take all.
AB negative, A negative, B negative, O negative. Type AB is a universal receiver.
No...someone with a B blood type has anti-A antibodies so the A blood type in the AB blood would cause clotting.
A,AB,B,AND O can be ransferred sucessfully in a transfusion
Type AB blood contains both A and B antigens. This allows the person to receive blood from types A, B, O, and AB.
A person with AB blood is a universal recipient, that is they can receive blood that is either A, B, AB or O providing the other antigens, eg Rh positive/negative, are compatible.
Only type A, AB, can receive from A.
everybody can receive "O" type blood. "A" type blood people can receive A or O "B" type blood people can receive B or O "AB" type blood people can receive A or B or AB or O "O" type blood people can receive ONLY O
A person with type AB + is considered to be a universal recipient because he can safely receive type A, B, AB, or O. A person with type O - is considered to be a universal donor because his blood can be safely received by a person with type A, B, AB, or O.
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.
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.
When a person with type B blood can safely receive blood only from a type AB or a type B true or false?
FALSE B CAN ONLY RECEIVEVE O AND B SAFELY BECAUSE OF THAT A IN AB, THEMPERSON CAN'T RECEIVE IT
AB blood type is the universal receiver meaning they can get any type
It depends on the RH factor. AB + is known as the universal "acceptor" in that AB + people can receive any blood type regardless of the RH. If one is AB negative , than one can receive any type of blood as long as the blood is RH negative.
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
Someone with blood type B can't receive type AB blood. Since the patient with B doesn't have the A antigen, they are incompatible.
Type O can receive type O. Type A can receive type O or A. Type B can receive type O or B. Type AB can receive type O, A, B, or AB.