Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin Pharmacology

Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin

About Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
Polyclonal antibody, Immunizing agent, Immunoglobulin for Rh prophylaxis, platelet count stimulator.
Mechanism of Action of Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
This suppress the immune response of non-sensitised Rho (D)-negative individuals who receive Rho (D)-positive blood either by fetomaternal hemorrhage during delivery of an Rho (D)-positive infant, abortion (either spontaneous or induced), following amniocentesis, abdominal trauma or transfusion.
Pharmacokinets of Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
Onset of Action for Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
Duration of Action for Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
Half Life of Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
Side Effects of Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
1. Headache
2. Pyrexia
3. Rash
4. Itching
5. Malaise
6. Pain
7. Soreness
8. Bruising at the injection site
9. Myalgia
10. Asthenia
11. Abdominal or Back Pain
12. Sweating
13. Increased LDH
14. Vasodilation
15. Arthralgia
16. Hypotension
17. Dizziness
18. Anaphylaxis
19. Somnolence
Contra-indications of Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
1. Hypersensitivity to it
2. Individuals whose blood type is rhesus (RhD) positive
Special Precautions while taking Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
1.Patients with IgA antibodies or a history of reaction to blood or blood products.
2.Concomittant administration of live vaccines.
3.Warm to body temperature before injecting.
Pregnancy Related Information
May be used
Old Age Related Information
Breast Feeding Related Information
Children Related Information
Indications for Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
1. Preventing pregnant women whose blood type is rhesus negative from forming antibodies against their rhesus positive baby

2. Preventing rhesus negative individuals who have received a rhesus positive blood transfusion from forming antibodies against the blood
Interactions for Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
Typical Dosage for Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
Intramuscular and intravenous-
Prophylaxis after delivery, abortion, amniocentesis- 300mcg I.M. within 72 hours
Massive transplacental haemorrhage- 25mcg/ml of foetal erythrocytes

Schedule of Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
Storage Requirements for Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
Store between 2- 8 degree C. Do not freeze. Protect from light. Keep out of reach of children
Effects of Missed Dosage of Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
Effects of Overdose of Human Anti-D Immunoglobulin
Give symptomatic and supportive treatment

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