A universal recipient is an individual with the blood group type AB, which means they can receive blood from a person with any other blood type. There are four main blood group types: AB, O, A, and B. Blood types are ide... More »

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Of the eight blood types, O-negative is the universal donor type. This is because anyone can receive type O-negative. Type AB-positive is the universal recipient type because this person can receive any type of blood. More »

There is no universal blood type, but there is a universal donor type and a universal recipient type. Blood type O-negative is the universal donor type, while AB-positive is the universal recipient type. More »

O positive blood is a blood type within the ABO blood group sytem. This blood type belongs to the O group and is the most common blood type found globally. Those with O positive blood can donate blood to all positive blo... More »

The blood type that is the universal donor is type O negative. A universal donor blood type means that supposedly, anyone who has this type of blood can donate to anyone else, regardless of blood type. Type O negative bl... More »

The blood type that is known as the universal acceptor is type AB. In total, there are eight different types of blood that a person can have. More »

In-vivo, the blood group of a person is dictated by genetics and cannot be changed, according to Dr. Mehmet Oz, a professor of surgery at the Columbia University. The reported blood group changes are likely caused by a t... More »