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Blood transcription. if type A person gets O group blood

Dear sir most respectfully
My name is Anwaruddin
I am not that much able to define my question in English but I will try
my question is about blood group transcription
we know O group has antibody and doesn't have antigen and A group has also antigen and antibody
if we give O group blood to that person who has A group blood
in this case why O group antibody doesn't reaction against of A antigen
Kindly answer me Thank You
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replied January 6th, 2019
Hello and welcome to ehealth forum.

Transfusion reactions occur when antibody in the serum of recipient reacts with the antigen on donor's red blood cells.
As O blood group does not have any antigen on its RBS, it is safe to be Transfused to A blood types provided they are Rh compatible aswell

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Dr Khalil
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