Blood Group Test in Pune
To determine your ABO blood group and Rh type
ABO grouping and Rh typing are performed on all donated blood. They are also performed when people require blood transfusion.
Conditions or situations that may warrant a transfusion include:
- Severe anemia and conditions causing anemia such as sickle cell disease and thalassemia
- Bleeding during or after surgery
- Injury or trauma
- Excessive blood loss
- Cancer and the effects of chemotherapy
- Bleeding disorders such as hemophilia
Testing is ordered when a woman becomes pregnant to determine whether she is Rh negative or positive. All newborn babies of Rh-negative mothers are typed for ABO and Rh soon after birth to determine if the mother needs to receive Rh immune globulin.
Blood typing may be ordered when a person becomes a candidate for an organ, tissue, or bone marrow transplant, or when a person wishes to become a donor. It is one of the first of many tests used when determining whether a potential donor and recipient are compatible.
Sometimes blood typing may be done as part of the process for determining whether someone could be a blood relative.
The rarest blood types are: B negative(B -ve), which is found in 1.5 percent of the total population. AB negative(AB -ve), which is found in 0.6 percent of the total population. AB positive(AB +ve), which is found in 3.4 percent of the total population.
One of the world’s rarest blood types is one named Rh-null. This blood type is distinct from Rh negative since it has none of the Rh antigens at all. There are less than 50 people who have this blood type. It is sometimes called “golden blood.
What’s the rarest blood type? AB negative is the rarest of the eight main blood types – just 1% of our donors have it. Despite being rare, demand for AB negative blood is low and we don’t struggle to find donors with AB negative blood.
You cannot donate blood if you:
Are HIV positive Are a Hepatitis B or C carrier Have received money or drugs for sex Have taken injections with drugs, body-building drugs or injectable tanning agents
A person having O negative blood group lacks all the antigens and hence has antibodies against A and B antigens in their plasma. Hence they can donate blood to people with any blood group.
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