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The clients blood typing reveals Rh antigens what blood type would the client have Rh receptive, Rh negative, Rh resistant, Rh positive
Rh: Rh antigens are present in every blood. You would need to be more specific. Also, they blood type (a, b, ab, 0) is not connected/related to the rh + or rh - types; they are inherited independently.
BLOOD GROUP: It is a blood group based on presence or absent of inherited antigenic substance on the surface of red blood cells you are either rh positive or rh negative and other blood groups are a, b, ab, and o. So yoy are either a, b, ab, o rh positive or rh negative.
No such thing: There was a series of books from the 1990's by a crook who claimed all sorts of things about different blood groups. It was entirely made up. Ignore this stuff. Eat what you think is best.See 1 more doctor answer
No: It should be a constant genetic character of your genomic make up of your blood it would not change it may of been measured incorrectly some minor antigens can be detected which were not detected earlier but the major blood group should not change if you had a blood transfusion you may see different types of blood but that is unusual.
Glycolipids: Carbohydrate/sugar molecules attached to lipids in the red cell membrane determine the major blood types. There are at least 29 different blood groups systems and hundreds of different blood types. See this site for more info. Http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/books/nbk2264/.
Blood type: Consists of blood group a, b, ab or o combined with rh factor positive or negative. Lacking this cell surface marker (rh negative), neg folks cannot take blood products from people who are rh positive, as your body will reject them, followed by blood group. Rh negative folks are not rare in number. They are simply more restricted, based on that neg factor, from whom they can receive.See 1 more doctor answer
Blood test: Blood is mixed with antibodies to the proteins that determine blood type. If the blood clots, then the blood has that protein on it. If it doesn't clot, the protein isn't present. For example, I draw your blood and mix it with some a antibody, some b antibody, and some rh antibody. If it clots with all of these, your blood type is ab+. If it clots with none of them, it's o-.See 1 more doctor answer
Blood test: It is a simple blood test that your doctor can order. If you are healthy enough to donate blood, contact your local blood center, if you are eligible to donate blood, they will do blood group testing and you can ask them for the results.