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Determination of Blood Type in a Cohort of College Students
|Title:||Determination of Blood Type in a Cohort of College Students|
|Contributors:||Romine, Rebecca (instructor)|
|Date Issued:||Apr 2020|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaiʻi — West Oʻahu|
|Abstract:||Introduction: Blood typing is used to determine antigens present on erythrocytes.
Methods: Twelve subjects participated in the lab. Each subject obtained their own blood sample and determined their blood type using an agglutination test kit.
Results: The most common blood type in the class was O+ at 34%.
Conclusion: Blood typing is essential to many medical procedures and is critical to blood transfusions and emergency situations. At the conclusion of the lab procedures it was determined O+ was the most common blood type.
|Description:||Kayla Caliboso, Keawe Dunne, Pashyn Morimoto, and Shawnea Pagat's poster presentation titled "Determination of Blood Type in a Cohort of College Students" for Dr. Rebecca Romaine's Human Anatomy & Physiology class.|
|Rights:||Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States|
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