Learn about the different blood types and how to find out which blood type you are.
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Veronica: A, B, O, positive or negative. Hi! I am Veronica. This is watchmojo.com and today we are going to find out all about blood type. Can we talk what we are about to do? France Boutin: Okay, so we are about to define what's your blood type. What I am going to do is going to take some of your blood, mix it with some of the antibodies and then if it coagulates then we are going to be able to define either if you are A, if you are B, if you are AB or if you are O. First of all, I am going to need one of your finger. Disinfect with the alcohol. She's got warm hand so that's even better and that's done. Veronica: So, why is it important for people to find out their blood type? France Boutin: If you are having an accident or something then it will save time for the doctors. Veronica: Out of all the blood type, what is the rarest? France Boutin: The rarest blood type would be the type that is unavailable for the person who needs at that time. Right now what I am going to do, I am going to take a drop of antibodies A, antibodies B, it's very important to know that it's -- everything is used only once so there is absolute no danger integrating blood. The first one is already coagulating. You are A+, which makes you a universal donor in platelets. Veronica: Thank you very much. France Boutin: Thank you.
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