Everybody has an ABO blood type (A, B, AB, or O) and a Rh factor (positive or negative). Much the same as eye or hair shading, our blood type is acquired from our folks. Each organic parent gives one of two ABO qualities to their kid. The An and B qualities are overwhelming and the O quality is latent.
There are four fundamental blood types: An, AB, B and O. Stomach muscle positive is viewed as the general beneficiary, and O negative is viewed as the all inclusive benefactor.
Blood Type Frequency (U.S. populace)
- O Positive – 38%
- O Negative – 7%
- A Positive – 34%
- A Negative – 6%
- B Positive – 9%
- B Negative – 2%
- Abdominal muscle Positive – 3%
- Abdominal muscle Negative – 1%
Blood Type Compatibility
Your ABO blood type depends on the nearness or nonappearance of the An and B antigens on your red blood cells. The A blood type has just the An antigen and the B blood type has just the B antigen. The AB blood type has both An and B antigens, and the O blood type has neither A nor B antigen.
When you are a half year old, you normally create antibodies against the antigens your red blood cells need. For example, a man with A blood type will have hostile to B antibodies, and a man with B blood type will have against An antibodies. On the off chance that you have type A blood, you can’t get B blood in light of the fact that your body’s enemy of B antibodies will battle the B blood’s B antigens. It is essential we have all blood types accessible to our patients.
ABO Blood Type
Everybody has an ABO blood type (A, B, AB, or O) and a Rh factor (positive or negative). Much the same as eye or hair shading, our blood type is acquired from our folks.
Each natural parent gives one of two ABO qualities to their youngster. The An and B qualities are overwhelming and the O quality is latent. For instance, if an O quality is combined with an A quality, the blood type will be A.
For example, a parent with O blood with 2 O qualities and a parent with A blood with 2 A qualities will have an A blood type kid with one A quality and one O quality.
- AA = A blood type
- AO = A blood type
- BB = B blood type
- BO = B blood type
- OO = O blood type
- Stomach muscle = AB blood type
The Rh factor is basically a protein that is found on the covering of the red blood cells. On the off chance that your red blood cells have this protein, you are Rh positive. On the off chance that your blood cells don’t have this protein, you are Rh negative.
Similarly as everybody acquires ABO qualities, each individual acquires one Rh factor quality from each parent. The Rh-positive quality is the prevailing quality when matched with a Rh-negative quality.
- Neg/Neg = Negative Rh factor
- Neg/Pos = Postive Rh factor
- Pos/Pos = Positive Rh factor
Rh Positive (Rh+) and Negative (Rh-) Blood Types
The Rh (+/ – ) factor is acquired independently from the ABO blood types. Correspondingly to the veiling impact of the O quality in ABO blood types, the Rh negative (Rh-) quality is additionally covered by the nearness of a Rh positive (Rh+) genotype. Along these lines, a man may have a Rh + blood type can in any case have a Rh – quality (See the graph underneath). Besides, 2 guardians with Rh + blood types can have a tyke with Rh – blood type.
ABO blood types can be confounded to get it. This is for the most part because of the way that the ‘O-type’ antigen is veiled by the nearness of An or B-type antigen.
For instance, two O blood type guardians can create a kid with just O blood type. Two guardians with A blood type can create a kid with either An or O blood types. Two guardians with B blood type can deliver a youngster with either B or O blood type. One parent with An and another with B can create a kid with A, B, AB or O blood types. On the off chance that one parent has An and another has AB, they can either create a kid with A, B or AB blood types. On the off chance that one parent has An and another has O, they can either deliver a youngster with An or O blood types.