Rho(D) Immune Globulin is a medicine given by intramuscular injection that is used to prevent the immunological condition known as Rhesus disease. The medicine is a solution of IgG anti-D (anti-RhD) antibodies that suppresses the mother's immune system from attacking Rh-positive blood cells which have entered the maternal blood stream from fetal circulation.

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  • Rho(D) Immune Globulin is a medicine given by intramuscular injection that is used to prevent the immunological condition known as Rhesus disease. The medicine is a solution of IgG anti-D (anti-RhD) antibodies that suppresses the mother's immune system from attacking Rh-positive blood cells which have entered the maternal blood stream from fetal circulation. In a Rhesus negative mother Rho(D) Immune Globulin can prevent temporary sensitization of the maternal immune system to Rh D antigens, which can cause rhesus disease in the current or in subsequent pregnancies. With the widespread use of Rho(D) Immune Globulin, Rh disease of the fetus and newborn has almost disappeared. Rho(D) Immune Globulin is composed of IgG antibodies and therefore is able to cross the placenta. In rare cases this can cause a baby to have a weakly positive DAT due to sensitization of fetal cells from mothers who have received multiple doses of Rho(D) Immune Globulin. However, no treatment is necessary as the clinical course is benign.
  • Les immunoglobulines humaines anti-Rh (D) sont un médicament dérivé du sang, c’est-à-dire préparé à partir du sang de donneurs, utilisé pour prévenir la sensibilisation maternelle à l'antigène Rhésus D (RH1) présent à la surface des érythrocytes du fœtus (c'est-à-dire pour prévenir la maladie hémolytique du nouveau-né). C'est une solution d'IgG anti-D, qui se lie aux cellules Rh positives fœtales présentes dans la circulation maternelle. Cela prévient l'activation des lymphocytes B et la formation de cellules mémoire, et donc l'immunisation. Il y a actuellement des recherches sur la production d'anti-D chez des plantes transgéniques.
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  • Rho(D) Immune Globulin is a medicine given by intramuscular injection that is used to prevent the immunological condition known as Rhesus disease. The medicine is a solution of IgG anti-D (anti-RhD) antibodies that suppresses the mother's immune system from attacking Rh-positive blood cells which have entered the maternal blood stream from fetal circulation.
  • Les immunoglobulines humaines anti-Rh (D) sont un médicament dérivé du sang, c’est-à-dire préparé à partir du sang de donneurs, utilisé pour prévenir la sensibilisation maternelle à l'antigène Rhésus D (RH1) présent à la surface des érythrocytes du fœtus (c'est-à-dire pour prévenir la maladie hémolytique du nouveau-né). C'est une solution d'IgG anti-D, qui se lie aux cellules Rh positives fœtales présentes dans la circulation maternelle.
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