Anti-D Immune Globulin Pharmacology
Anti-D Immune Globulin
hemorrhage resulting from spontaneous or induced abortions.1-2 The risk of sensitization is higher in
women undergoing induced abortions than in those aborting spontaneously.1-3
Anti-D Immune Globulin is used to prevent the formation of anti-Rho(D) antibody in Rho(D) negative
women who are exposed to the Rho(D) antigen at the time of spontaneous or induced abortion (up to 12weeks? gestation). Anti-D Immune Globulin suppresses the stimulation of active immunity by Rho(D)
positive fetal erythrocytes that may enter the maternal circulation at the time of termination of the
3.Skin reactions such as rash and itch
4.A general feeling of being unwell (malaise)
5.Pain, soreness or bruising at the injection site
2.People who have had atypical reactions following receipt of a blood transfusion or blood products.
3.Do not administer IM for ITP.
4.Avoid live vaccines for 3 month.
a)The mother must be Rho(D) negative and must not already be sensitized to the Rho(D) antigen.
b)The father is not known to be Rho(D) negative.
c)Gestation is not more than 12 weeks at termination.
2.Preventing rhesus negative individuals who have received a rhesus positive blood transfusion from forming antibodies against the blood.
2.If patient need to be given anti-D immunoglobulin within two to four weeks of receiving a live vaccine, such as yellow fever, rubella, BCG or oral polio, the anti-D immunoglobulin may reduce the efficacy of these vaccines.
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