Hemolytic disease of the newborn

What is Hemolytic disease of the newborn?

It occurs in newborn due to genetic defect which lead to bleeding disorder due to destruction of RBC. This happen usually in thalassemia major and defect in phorphyrin.

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hello doctor, recently i did torch results . they are showing rubella IgG antibodies 146 positive, CMV Igg antibodies positive 114, and HSV IgG...

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I have gonr through your question. I can understand your concern. You can take treatment for rubella. You can take spiramycin. Since it is...

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i have igg positive in after delivery igm is non reactiveand anti hbc is reactive. i have two months old baby. i have doubt for igg is affected to...

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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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The risk depends on the chances of feto maternal hemorrhage prior to the birth of the baby. The chances of...

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