Universal Recipient

Pertaining to the compatability between donors and recipients of blood and their respective blood types. Donors with an O blood type are said to be universal donors, because their blood will not react with A or B antigens in the AB A and B blood groupds. The rule of thumb with blood transfusion is that A groups cannot be mixed with B groups.

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