Thursday, 17 November 2016

Blood Types Chart | Universal Donor/Recipient Blood Group Information

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Blood Types Chart

Do you know anything about the Blood Types Chart? We all want to get all the Blood Group Information which leads to a healthy life. And sometimes we become very curious when we get to know something different. Here you will get to know the information regarding the different blood groups and the relative facts between the Universal Donor and the Recipient.

This page includes:
  • Types of blood cells
  • Types of blood groups
  • Blood groups relation chart
  • Donor blood groups (universal donor)
  • Recipient blood group (universal recipient)
  • Blood inheriting system
  • Rh system
  • Diet according to the blood group
Blood Types Chart
There are many blood groups present and each individual has its own blood group. Blood is poised of cells perched in a liquid substance called plasma. There are three types of essence indulged in plasma as:
  • Red blood cells: Carries Oxygen
  • White blood cells: These Fight Against Infection
  • Platelets : The Function Of Platelets Is To Clot Blood And Stop Bleeding In Injuries
Whenever we think of blood grouping the most common groups that hit the mind are A B and O. The varieties of glycoprotein coating on red blood cells divide blood into four groups:
  • A
  • B
  • AB
  • O
There is a protein which plays an important part in the grouping of blood and that is the Rh factor. The Rh factor is a protein that can be present on the surface of red blood cells. If the Rh factor is present, the particular blood type will be a positive one otherwise the blood group will be negative.

Here we have classified the blood groups/types in different categories:
  • A1 Negative (A1 −ve)
  • A1 Positive (A1 +ve)
  • A1B Negative (A1B −ve)
  • A1B Positive (A1B +ve)
  • A2 Negative (A2 −ve)
  • A2 Positive (A2 +ve)
  • A2B Negative (A2B −ve)
  • A2B Positive (A2B +ve)
  • B Negative (B −ve)
  • B Positive (B +ve)
  • B1 Positive (B1 +ve)
  • O Negative (O −ve)
  • O Positive (O +ve)
Note: According to the American Red Cross the rarest blood group is AB (-)

Blood Types Relocation Chart

From the above information we get to know about the blood groups that are present now let’s see the relations between the blood groups.

Blood Type
% of Population
Can Give Blood to
Can Receive Blood from
Chance of Finding a Compatible Donor
A+
34.3%
A+, AB+
A+, A-, O+, O-
80% (4 out of 5)
A-
5.7%
A+, A-,
AB+, AB-
A-, O-
13% (1 out of 8)
B+
8.6%
B+, AB+
B+, B-,
O+, O-
60% (3 out of 5)
B-
1.7%
B+, B-,
AB+, AB-
B-, O-
9% (1 out of 12)
AB+
4.3%
AB+
Universal recipient (can receive all blood types)
100%
AB-
0.7%
AB+, AB-
AB-, A-,
B-, O-
14% (1 out of 7)
O+
38.5%
O+, A+,
B+, AB+
O+, O-
50% (1 out of 2)
O-
6.5%
Universal donor (can donate to all types)
O-
7% (1 out of 15)

What is a donor?

In simple words if we describe the word “donor” then it means one who donates or gives. In blood groups too there are “donors”. Blood donor is the contributor who gives his/her blood to other.

Universal blood donor:

A Universal Blood Donor is someone whose blood type is O negative.


What is a recipient?

The word “recipient” dedicates to the one who receives or take. Blood recipient is the beneficiary who takes blood from other donor.

Universal Blood Recipient:

A Universal Blood Recipient with blood group AB blood who can receive blood from any donor
Blood Types Chart

Universal Donors and Universal Recipients:

From the Above discussion we get to know that AB+ is the Universal Recipient Blood Group that means it can take blood from any blood group where as O- is the Universal Donor Blood Group that means it can give blood to any other blood group. O- Is considered as the most preferable blood group for the new born babies and the accidental victims.

Blood Type Inheritance Chart

1. ABO Blood Type: Determining child’s blood type (when parent’s blood type is known)

Father’s Blood Type
A
B
AB
O
Mother’s Blood Type
A
A, O
A, B, AB, O
A, B, AB
A, O
Child’s Blood Type
B
A, B, AB, O
B, O
A, B, AB
B, O
AB
A, B, AB
A, B, AB
A, B, AB
A, B
O
A, O
B, O
A, B
O

2. ABO Blood Type: Determining father’s blood type in questions of paternity

Child’s Blood Type
A
B
AB
O
Mother’s Blood Type
A
A, B, AB, O
B, AB
B, AB
A, B, O
Father’s Blood Type MUST Be:
B
A, AB
A, B, AB, O
A, AB
A, B, O
AB
A, B, AB, O
A, B, AB, O
A, B, AB
---
O
A, AB
B, AB
---
A, B, 0

3. The Rh System: The Rh System is used to make the classification system more precise. The Rh factor, or the positive/negative aspect of blood, is inherited separately from the ABO classification.

Mother’s Type
Rh +
Rh -
Father’s Type
Rh +
Rh+, Rh-
Rh+, Rh-
Child’s Type
Rh -
Rh+, Rh-
Rh-

Blood Type Based Diet Chart:

Each blood group has assigned a comprehensive eating plan, to maximize a person’s health.

Blood Type
Diet/Exercise
A (“agrarian”)
Primarily Vegetarian: soy protein, vegetables, grains. Exercise: gentle
B (“nomadic”)
Omnivore: meat, low-fat dairy, vegetables; avoid corn, wheat, lentils. Exercise: moderate
AB (“sensitive”)
Omnivore: seafood, dairy, most vegetables, tofu; avoid chicken, pork and beef. Exercise: calming.
O (“old”)
Primarily Carnivore: poultry, fish, lean meat; avoid grains, bread, legumes. Exercise: vigorous.

If, you are going to receive or donate blood, you need to go through the complete information provided on this page.  Your blood will be tested before you give blood, and your blood group will be recorded on your official donor card. In addition to the blood types, one should also have their Rh or Rhesus factor tested.


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