I want to ask, does the A + blood group have to accept another A + blood transfusion? or can it be with another blood type transfusion?
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Blood type A + has A antigens and Rh antigens on the surface of their red blood cells and has B antibodies in their blood plasma. People who have blood type A + can receive blood from people who have blood type A +, A-, O +, or O-. People with blood type A + cannot receive blood from blood type B (+ or -) and also blood type AB (+ or -).
People who have blood type B or AB will have B antigens on the surface of their red blood cells. When people with blood type B or AB donate blood to people with blood type A (who have antibodies B in their blood plasma), these B antibodies will attack B antigens on the surface of red blood cells from the donated blood and ABO incompatibility will occur. where all donated red blood cells will be destroyed by the immune system of the recipient's blood body (recipient). Symptoms that can occur include fever and chills, shortness of breath, muscle aches, nausea, vomiting, chest pain, abdominal pain, back pain, blood in urine, the body becomes yellow, so that acute kidney failure, shock, DIC (Disseminated Intravascular Disease) Coagulation), even death can occur.
Therefore, before a blood transfusion is performed, it must always be ensured that the blood to be transfused matches the recipient's blood type. The inspection must be done repeatedly so that no error occurs
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