I'm trying to find out the similarities and differences around the world (but particularly in Europe) for guidelines related to measuring fetomaternal haemorrhages and issue of anti-D.
I'm particularly interested in which countries issue anti-D and don't estimate the FMH, what formulas countries use for calculating doses, what tests different countries use, whether the FMH is measured in whole blood or packed cells, whether different countries use the 1.22 muiltiplier to account for the different sizes of red cells... Not a small list I know.
I've found a few international guidelines already so here are some useful links
UK guidelines for all Transfusion related things are here http://www.b-s-h.org.uk/guidelines/
Irish guideline on the use of Anti-D http://www.hse.ie/eng/about/Who/clinical/natclinprog/obsandgynaeprogramme/antidprevrhd.pdf
Australian guideline on the use of anti-D https://www.ranzcog.edu.au/RANZCOG_SITE/media/DOCMAN-ARCHIVE/Guidelines for the use of Rh(D) Immunoglobulin (Anti-D) (C-Obs 6) Review November 2015.pdf
Australia/New Zealand guideline on measurement of FMH https://www.anzsbt.org.au/data/documents/guidlines/ANZSBTguide_Nov02a.pdf
Canadian guideline on the use of anti-D https://sogc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/133E-CPG-September2003.pdf
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