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See below for connections found in other studies as well as the percentage of the U. Some patients require a closer blood match than that provided by ABO positive/negative blood typing.
For example, the risk of a reaction to transfused blood can sometimes be reduced if a patient receives blood that is from a donor with the same ethnicity.
If you want to use a simple Korean age calculator, this formula should do the trick: (Current year – your birth year) 1 = Your Korean age For example: (2017 – 1985) 1 = 33 years old (2017 – 1991) 1 = 27 years old If you want to add some useful vocab to the Korean study flashcard deck, try adding in 만나이 (international age).
And remember next New Year’s to tell your Korean friends Happy Birthday!
Type AB males will also do, but stay away from Type A’s!
While not everyone believes in this, expect to hear about it while you’re in Korea.
Yet, when someone with a negative blood type needs blood, only another person with a negative type can save his or her life. However, people with O-negative blood can only receive O-negative blood.
It is needed in trauma accidents when life-saving blood is required immediately, before blood type is identified.
That’s why African-American donors may be the best hope for patients with sickle cell disease, 98 percent of whom are of African-American descent.
If so, you may want to prepare by learning some interesting facts about South Korea before you embark on your journey!
Additionally, blood types can used to help choose a spouse since your partner’s blood type may not be a good match for yours.