Blood Typing

Many years ago I had to take an employer-required class in project management. Having already worked as a project manager with good results, I was prepared to be bored, but I tried to have a good attitude. Luckily, my mind was cracked open enough to accept some input, because (even though I felt I could have taught the class) I learned a lot from hearing another perspective. Since then, I’ve tried to stay receptive, even when I think I know something, and I’ve nearly always added to my knowledge, like I did watching this video outlining blood types. The simple explanation will let you know why not every unit of blood in the blood bank refrigerator will be a good transfusion candidate for you.

About Bob Sandor

Bob began working as a chemist in 1987 and remains a science geek to this day. After his PhD he worked on the bench in materials and inorganic chemistry for 10 years. He then took on a love for marketing and sales. He combined his passion for science and business and took entrepreneur general management positions in large corporations like Hoecsht Celanese now Sanofi Aventis, Bel-Art and Smiths Detection. There he learned what it would take to run a business and finally Tovatech was co-founded in 2006. Bob’s hobbies include playing, listening and composing music, skiing, working out, the internet and all things science. Read More