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Blood Typing

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Title:Blood Typing
Authors:Galvan, Vanessa
Jimenez, Jace Ann
Miyazaki, Yumi
Ramil, Rochelle
Le-Scott, Hanh
show 1 moreRomaine, Rebecca
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Contributors:Romaine, Rebecca (instructor)
Date Issued:Apr 2019
Publisher:University of Hawaii - West Oahu

    • 15 participants pricked their finger using a lancet, 3 drops of blood were placed on a blood test card, and an agglutination test kit with antiserums were mixed with the blood to determine blood type.

      67% was blood type O.Based on the U.S. population, the class was above the national average for Asians.

      In conclusion, blood typing is a vital component in science, and is especially crucial in clinical settings. Getting the correct blood transfusion is a matter of life or death.

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    Rights:Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
    Appears in Collections: Spring 2019

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