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Module 5 - RH Alloim

RH Alloimmunization

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Rh- mothers who carry Rh+ babies are given ________. RhoGAM
Hydrops Fetalis and/or Erythroblastosis Fetalis can occur if ______________ treatment in Rh - mother does not occur when fetus is Rh +. RhoGam (treatment to prevent hemolysis by maternal IgG antibodies in the fetus of a Rh+ baby in an Rh- mom)
indirect Coombs' test is done on the _________ to test for ____________. mother, presence of Rh + antibodies in maternal blood
Direct Coombs' test is done on the ________ to test for _________. Fetal cord, presence Rh + antibodies in fetal cord blood.
An infant should be carefully monitored for __________________ when Coombs' test (indirect and direct) are positive and RhoGAM (should/should not) be given. Hemolytic disease , Should not
Rh immune globulin should be given at ______weeks antenatally. 28 weeks gestation.
ABO incompatibility occurs when mom is type ___ and fetus is type ____ or ____. mom is O and fetus is A or B
The ABO infant shoud be closely monitore for: a) hyperbilirubinemia b) severe anemia c) infection a) hyperbilirubinemaia
When an Rh negative woman is exposed to Rh positive fetus and and is sensitized (develops Rh antibodies) is termed __________ Rh Alloimmunization
The offspring of the first pregnancy of an Rh negative mother is usually not affected because the majority of RBC transfer occurs ____________ at birth
True or false Rh antibodies can cross the placenta True
Created by: CCBCMDNursing218