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Review | 14-March-2020

Laboratory methods for Rh immunoprophylaxis: a review

for detecting a fetomaternal hemorrhage in D+ mothers or when the D type of the fetus or newborn is D– or unknown. The acid-elution (Kleihauer- Betke) assay is a sensitive laboratory method for quantifying a fetomaternal hemorrhage, but it is tedious, often inaccurate, and difficult to reproduce. Flow cytometry, using anti-D or anti- hemoglobin F reagents, offers a more precise quantification of fetal RBCs in maternal blood. However, flow cytometry services for this function are available in

S. Gerald Sandler, Srividya Sathiyamoorthy

Immunohematology, Volume 26 , ISSUE 3, 92–103

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