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In the present study, O blood group was found to be the most common among the various blood groups in both males and females.
There are, however, some challenges in providing rare blood in a time-sensitive situation to some patients or antigen negative for multiple common blood group antigens.
Therefore, this study was aimed to explore the relationship of type 2 diabetes (T2DM) with different blood groups (A, B, AB and O) and Rhesus factor (positive or negative).
In transfusion science, ABO blood group system is the most important blood group system.
Blood group system is associated with various diseases including gastric, duodenal ulcer, Hepatitis-B,3 vascular diseases, abdominal aortic aneurism and type 2 diabetes mellitus.4 Statistics now reveal that Blood group "A" has the highest prevalence of breast cancer (45.8%) and blood group "AB" has a low (6.2%) incidence of breast cancer.
The service requires 470 people to give blood every day during December and with Christmas Day falling on what is traditionally one of the strongest collection days of the week it is asking donors to ensure they know their blood group and come forward.
"For example, O Positive is Scotland's most common blood group, so we must welcome 191 people with this blood group every day.
Prevalance of ABO and rhesus blood groups in blood donors: a study from a tertiary care teaching hospital of Kumaon region of Uttarakhand.
The spokesman added: "If you don't know your blood group or if you've never given blood before now is a great time to try."
The frequencies of the blood groups differ widely between different ethnic groups (12).
Garratty, "Relationship of blood groups to disease: do blood group antigens have a biological role," Revista Medica del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social Julio-Agosto, vol.
The available literatures have concluded that there is an association between distribution of fingerprint patterns, blood groups, and sexes.
NHS Blood and Transplant urgently needs people in the North East with two valuable blood groups blood to donate now.
If you with one important groups, just Newcastle O negative is the universal donor blood which can be safely given to almost anyone, making it especially valuable for trauma patients where there is little time to test for blood groups. Only 9% of donors are O negative.
The association of ABO and Rh blood groups with various diseases, such as cancer, cardiovascular disorders, infections, and diabetes mellitus, has been demonstrated (11-14).