Types Of Blood


The four main blood groups are:
  • Type A. This type of blood in a A "is the marker known as
  • Type B. This type of blood in b Known as "."
  • Type AB blood cells of this type contain both A and B markers.
  • Type O. There are neither A or B markers in this blood type.
    Plus the RH factor...
    Some people have an extra marker, called the Rh factor, in their blood. Because each of the four main blood groups (A, B, AB, and O) may not be the RH factor or, the scientist further to the blood. Positive "(which means that RH is the factor) or 0 Negative "(without the Rh factor)). By having either of these markers (or any of them), the blood of any person does not have any healthy or strong it is simply a genetic difference, such as curly instead of blue or straight hair instead of green eyes.
    ... Make eight blood types
    The various markers which are found in the blood, they make up eight potential blood types:
    1. O Negative, this blood type does not contain a or B marker, and is not a areach factor.
    2. O Positive this blood type does not contain a or B marker, but it is a factor of RH. O positive blood is one of the two most common blood types (the second one is positive).
    3. A negative is only a marker in this blood type.
    4. Positive। This is the marker and RH factor in the blood type, but with the B marker is not o positive, it is one of the two most common blood types.
    5. B Negative in this blood type is b marker only.
    6. B positive This blood type is a factor of B marker and RH, but not a marker.
    7. AB negatives are A and B marker in this blood type, but the RH factor is not |
    8. AB has positive all three types of this blood type are markers-A, B, and RH Factor |

    Blood banks and hospitals keep meticulous tabs on the blood type to ensure that blood donation matches the type of bleeding the person receives. Giving someone wrong blood type can cause serious health problems.
    Why Blood type matters
    The alien cell enters the body if the immune system produces proteins known as antibodies that act as preservatives. Depending on what type of blood you have, your immune system will produce antibodies to react against other blood types.

    If a patient is given the wrong blood type, the antibody immediately exits to destroy the attacker's cells. This aggressive, whole-body reaction can give someone fever, freezing, and low blood pressure. It can also lead to important body systems-such as breathing or kidney-to fail

    Here is an example of how the blood type antibody process works: Assume that you have type a blood because your blood contains a marker, it produces B antibody if B markers are found (in type B or ab blood) Enter your body , their type becomes an immune system against them. This means that you can only receive transfusions from a person with a or o blood, not from someone with B or ab blood.

    In the same way, if you have a B-marker, your body produces antibodies as a B-type blooded person, you can get transfusion from someone with B or o blood, but not a or Abby.

    Type AB or type O for people having blood things are a little different if you have both A and B marker on the surface of the cells (Abby blood type), then your body does not need to fight either appearance it means that Abby is the blood person a , can take bleeding from someone from B, AB, or O blood.

    But if you have typed o blood, which means that your red blood cells are not a or B marker, Because there are all markers of type AB-positive blood, people can find a blood type. them "Universal recipient "is called. Blood circulation is one of the most frequently life-safety processes that hospitals perform. So there are always need for blood donors. About 15% of blood donors are high school and college students – an impressive number when you consider that you have to be 16 or 17 to donate blood.