Rho(d) immune globulin

What is Rho(d) immune globulin?

Rho(D) immune globulin is used to treat immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP) in patients with Rh-positive blood. ITP is a type of blood disorder where the person has a very low number of platelets. Platelets help to clot the blood. Rho(D) immune globulin is also used to prevent antibodies from forming after a person with Rh-negative blood receives a transfusion with Rh-positive blood, or during pregnancy when a mother has Rh-negative blood and the baby is Rh-positive.

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my blood group is o+ and my girlfriends blood group is also o+..!
so can i marry with her..?is there any problem in such marraige?if yes den whats...

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If both of you are o+ then you are definitely compatible, you will not have issues as far as blood group is concerned...

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I am pregnant and had routine blood tests. Only one was abnormal the antibody screen which was positive.

The test did not show which antibody I...

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Antibody screen test is done in the first trimester of pregnancy to detect any antibodies against the blood...

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Prior to the development of Rhogam, a woman with blood type O- giving birth to a baby with blood type A+ had a 2% chance of developing an immune...

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hi, friend, there are two types of incompatibility. one is ABO incompatibility. and one is Rh incompatibility. Rh negative mother give birth to the...

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