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Blood Type Antigens And Antibodies Chart
No: Some elicit more antibodies than others.Get a more detailed answer ›
Usually IgM: Normally occuring antibodies to ABO antigens are of the IgM type. Igg antibodies can form on stimulation. ...Read more
The clients blood typing reveals Rh antigens what blood type would the client have Rh receptive, Rh negative , Rh resistant, Rh positive
In which type of thalassemia is blood transfussion necessary ?Do the red blood cells starts building up aftr first blood transfussion with hb lvl 10?
ABO Type&Screen, does "negative" antibodies mean NO antibodies at all or no UNexpected antibodies for the reported blood type?
No unexpected ones: It means no antibodies against the red cells of the cross match. E.g., if you have type A blood, you would have anti-B antibodies as a matter of course. The potential donor blood is type A, but you also have no antibodies against any of the other antigens (outside of ABO system) which mY be found on red blood cells. ...Read more
That is only part : The rh system is the most important determinant of blood type next to the ABO system. You sometimes see that a patient is a+. That means they have blood type a and rhesus positive. You have to know both in order to donate or receive blood. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What makes immune cells only attack one type of antigen, as opposed to multiple different antigens?
It's complicated: When immune cells come into contact with a foreign substance (called an antigen), they engulf that substance and either start making antibodies to it or activate other immune cells to come into the area to fight off the foreign invader. Antigens are fairly specific so antibodies that form are also fairly specific. Sometimes mistakes occur however. Here's a link to more: http://bit.ly/1uy9lyG ...Read more
No: The genetics do not permit this.Get a more detailed answer ›
What type of autoimmune disease attacks only brain cells and neurons without antibodies in blood work ?
Autoimmune brain dz: Answers to your question include multiple sclerosis, rasmussen encephalitis, sometimes paraneoplastic diseases. Vasculitis conditions are numerous - some are not named. These attack blood vessels though, not neurons. Many of them have no blood test marker. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not Diagnostic of: These tests do not indicate a recent infection.IGM has to be above. 40 and IGG is positive which suggest you might have been infected in the past. Only tests to confirm acute infection are stool for H Pylori Antigen and/ or Urea Bresth Test.Or CLOE test during endoscopy . Discuss your case with your Doctor or Gastroenterologist ...Read more
Hi docs! wondering what ABO and Rh blood type could a person with type o rh+ blood safely receive?
Hepatitis AG & AB: The most common forms are hepa, hepb, and hepc. When testing for these forms you will do a blood test that will show antigens (ag) and/or antibodies (ab) for hepatitis. Hepa and hepc only have one ag which will result in one ab to fight if off. Hepb has both a surface ag (hbsag) and e ag (hbeag) resulting in hbsab, hbeab and hbcab (with results from infection of hepb). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Can a person with type 2 diabetes, (blood sugar normally 140-170 on insulin) vomit from a blood sugar of 90?
What is the difference in the utility of these 2 tests: IgG subclass (1-4) serum blood test.......And......Serum protein electrophoresis?
Proteins: Igg is an immunoglobulin produced in the body to defends us from infection and inflammation, it is subdivided in 4 subclasses which all have different fucntions, the serum protein electrophoresis is going to measure the distribution of proteins in the blood to determine if there is an abnormal protein production. ...Read more
Myeloma: This test is a specific lab evaluation looking to determine if one has multiple myeloma or a variant of this disease. The results would best be answered by the doctor who ordered the test since they know your medical history and whatever prompted them to look for this disorder. ...Read more
Apheresis: Abc (aka apheresis) uses a highly sophisticated separation/filtration process to allow specific blood components to be collected (like platelets, plasma, red blood cells) from a donor while returning the un-needed components. Whole blood donation, as its name suggests, collects all blood component parts, which will be later separated and used to care for up to 4 patients from 1 donation. ...Read more
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