What would happen if you receive a small blood transfusion from a person not your blood type?

How small? Less than 50 ml is not likely to cause transfusion related problems, but it can cause: 1. Antibody production to incompatible blood antigens; 2. Transmit any number of infections, like hiv, hep c.

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Please answer! What would happen if you receive a small blood transfusion from a person not your blood type?

Depends. If the transfusion is with compatible blood, as expected, then there should be no hemolysis in the patient. Usually blood type "O" is considered the universal donor because is compatible with all other types (A, B, and AB). If the patient is type "O" then the only blood type compatible is "O". . Read more...