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bcham

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  1. One reason they may feel that way, is that ITP patients given RhIG are Rh positive patients and so often experience some actual hemolysis with the RhIG. These moms are Rh negative by definition and so these reactions would be limited to aberrant lots where there may be a high titer of anti-A or anti-B which are usually screened out at the manufacturing process.
  2. Why do you they make the anti-C if the cells are C negative?
  3. In an earlier message someone spoke of placental manipulation. It is key to remember with some of these bleeds that the placenta contains a much larger volume of blood than the baby does and can contribute massive amounts of blood to maternal circulation.
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