Blood Group Test


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1) Home Collection Facility Available Only For Minimum Total Test(s) Charges Of ₹999.00 and above.
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3) Additional Charges For Serving Outside Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad City Limits. (With in Pune)
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Blood Group Abo and Rh Factor

Blood Group Test, This is a test that is done to figure out the type of blood type in a person or which blood group they belong in.

What is the blood group Test?

Not all people have the same blood group as there are many types, of which some are more commonly found than others. If your blood group matches another person’s, then you are said to be “compatible” and could receive or give each other blood when required.

Why is blood typing done?

This procedure is usually done to know the type of blood group a person belongs to. Certain situations arise, such as:

  1. When a person needs an organ transplant or blood transfusion, it is necessary that they know the blood group is compatible or not
  2. When women are pregnant, it is important to know if the mother’s blood and the child’s are compatible
  3. If you’re donating blood, you need to know your type so doctors can give it safely
  4. Newborn babies are also tested for certain diseases by having a blood typing test done on them.

Which all are blood group classifications?

Blood is classified into different blood groups depending on the presence of certain substances. These can include antibodies, which are a type of protein and antigens, which are types of proteins and sugars and are found in plasma, which is the blood’s liquid component.

Different cells have combinations of antigens on their surface and the immune system is aware of distinguishing these cells from foreign bodies such as toxins and bacteria.

The most common systems to classify blood are the ABO blood group, besides the Rhesus (Rh) type.

The ABO group: Two of the different antigens on the red blood cell surface are known as antigen A and B. The ABO system is based on which type of antigen is present on the RBC.

The different types include:

  • Blood Type A – The RBCs have only antigen A
  • Blood Type B – The RBCs have only antigen B
  • Blood type AB – The cells have both A and B antigens in them
  • Blood Type O – Neither A nor B antigen are present

In the plasma, there are antibodies against the antigens that aren’t present in the RBCs.

  • If one is in the A blood group, you’ll have antibodies to the antigen B
  • If one is in the B blood group, you’ll have antibodies to the antigen a
  • If one is in the AB blood group, you’ll not have antibodies to the antigen B or A
  • If one is in the O blood group, you’ll have antibodies to the antigen B and A
What is the Rhesus system?

The other blood type is known as the Rhesus or the Rh system, as it is named after the Rhesus monkey, in which it was discovered for the first time. If the RhD antigen is on the surface of the red blood cells, then a person is said to be Rh and if it isn’t, the person is Rh-

How is the blood group test done?

The test to work out which part of the ABO blood group a person is in is known as the ABO blood typing, which involves two steps such as:

  1. Forward typing: A blood sample is tested against 2 solutions in a laboratory – one with antibodies against the, A antigen (Anti-A) and one that has an antibody against the B antigen (Anti-B). The way blood reacts to antibodies is an indicator of which type of antigens are present in the blood. If you have the, A antigen (you have the blood group A) when the anti-A antibodies are added, the blood cells will clump together in a process called agglutinating. If it doesn’t react for both, it must be the O-type.
  2. Reverse typing: In this step, the plasma (the fluidic part of the blood after the WBC and RBCs have been removed), and this is mixed with the type A blood first and then separately with type B to check the reaction. Whether the agglutination takes place should be an indicator to confirm the forward typing results. Both types must agree on the same blood type.
  3. Rhesus typing: This is another type of test that can help determine the type of Rhesus blood type. In this test, a small sample of the RBC is mixed with a lab solution containing the antibodies to the RhD. If the blood reacts to the Rh test with agglutinating, it is called Rh-positive and if it doesn’t, it is Rh-Negative.

Both the ABO and the RhD blood typing process are done all the blood collected from donors and for blood used for transfusions in major hospitals. Occasionally, testing is needed for the other red cell antigens, mostly in people who have rare disorders.

Blood group test conditions


  • Overnight fasting is not required
  • Doctor’s prescription may be needed
  • Newborn and neonatal blood groups are not advisable. (test on cord blood). We don’t collect cord blood samples.
  • Home collection facility not available only for blood group test. You can include blood grouping test with other tests and health packages.
  • Home visit collection facility available for the total test amount above Rs999.00

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