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Review | 14-March-2020

Laboratory methods for Rh immunoprophylaxis: a review

describing laboratory methods for detecting and quantifying fetal RBCs in maternal blood samples. We also used data collected for the College of American Pathologists Fetal RBC Detection Surveys to determine which laboratory methods are used currently in hospitals in the United States. The rosette screen is used widely for identifying D– mothers who may require additional doses of Rh immune globulin for postpartum immunoprophylaxis. As the rosette screen targets the D antigen, it is not suitable

S. Gerald Sandler, Srividya Sathiyamoorthy

Immunohematology, Volume 26 , ISSUE 3, 92–103

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