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  1. Warmup 11/8/2013 What does the phrase “Blood is thicker than water” mean? In the beginning, it meant something to the effect of “a bond or covenant I’ve made with someone I’ve shed or shared blood with (sometimes literally) is stronger than one I have with someone I’ve shared the womb with.” Obviously today it’s interpreted the other way, that the bond between family members or blood relations is stronger than one between people only connected by water.

  2. Blood Friday, November 8, 2013

  3. Objectives • What is blood? • What is it composed of? • What are some blood types • What are types of bloodborne diseases?

  4. Review • What is blood composed of? Plasma, red blood cells, platelets, white blood cells 2. What is plasma? Water, minerals, nutrients, sugars, proteins 3. What are platelets? Pieces of larger cells that form a “plug” to stop a blood clot

  5. Blood Types • What determines your blood type? Antigens attached on the outside of your RBC 2.What are antibodies? Chemical s that react with antigens of other blood types as if they were pathogens 3. Why are blood types important? If you loose blood, you need a transfusion

  6. Question… Why can’t a person with Type A blood receive blood from Type B? The B antibodies in the Type A blood will react with the antigens of the Type B blood and cause the RBC’s to clump together… What is wrong with clumping together? Block blood vessels

  7. Blood Lab • SAFETY FIRST! • Read through the directions silently • Each person should have a blood card, a blue stirring stick, a yellow stirring stick and white stirring stick • FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS PRECISELY!!! • DISPOSE OF ALL MATERIALS IN THE BIOHAZARD CONTAINER

  8. Agglutination vs. Uniformity

  9. Blood Test Cards

  10. After Lab Questions (Answer On Separate Sheet Of Paper) • According to the results of the blood type test, what is the phenotype of your blood type? • What type(s) of blood can you accept in a transfusion? • To what blood type(s) can you safely donate? 4. If you have been tested (in a doctor’s office) for your blood type before this lab, were the results the same? Why do you think they would be different?

  11. Real-World Questions Look up information on the following: Neuroblastoma Any other blood borne illness In a few sentences, describe what these are and the importance of what blood typing is to these two diseases.

  12. Objectives • What is blood? • What is it composed of? • What are some blood types • What are types of bloodborne diseases?