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Blood Grouping

Blood Grouping

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Course Information
To explain the clinical significance of blood grouping; explain the principle underlying the determination of blood grouping; determine their own blood group; explain the complications associated with the blood transfusion; explain the basis of haemolytic disease of new born.

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Author Dr. S. K. Bajaj; MBBS; MD; Professor / Mrs. Sharmila Sanyal; M.Sc (Medical); Scientist - III. Department of Physiology; Maulana Azad Medical College; New Delhi.
Review Editor Dr. Rashmi Babbar; MBBS; MD; FIMSA; Director Professor and Head of Department; Department of Physiology; Maulana Azad Medical College; New Delhi.
Associate Editor Dr. Namrata Kahlon; MBBS; MD and Dr. Varun Gupta; MBBS; MD; Clinical Education & Reference Division; Elsevier.
TOC
Practicals in Physiology - Blood Grouping
  • Blood Types
  • RBC - Surface Antigens
  • ABO System - Agglutinogens
  • ABO System - Agglutinins
  • Genetic Combination and Inheritance of Blood Groups
  • Basis of Blood Grouping
  • Rhesus System
  • Significance of Blood Grouping
  • Blood Transfusion and Its Complications
  • Rh Incompatibility-Due to Mismatched Transfusion
  • Rh Incompatibility in Pregnancy
  • Blood Storage
  • Saline Transfer
  • Pricking Finger
  • Preparation of Cell Suspension
  • Transfer of Antisera
  • Addition of Cell Suspension
  • Mixing
  • Agglutination
  • Slide Rocking
  • ABO Grouping
  • Transfer of Antiserar
  • Addition of Cell Suspension
  • Rh Grouping
  • Observation
  • Test Yourself

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